Saturday, 27 May 2017

Wanting to sell your home but getting nowhere fast?

EXPOSURE: Let the world know your house is for sale. EXPOSURE: Let the world know your house is for sale. offers movers a ‘lifeline’ by greatly improving the chances of finding a buyer

A FRESH impetus has been  delivered to the languishing Spanish property market thanks to the arrival of, the innovative Networking Online Property Website. 

They differ from all others to the extent they have teamed up with 23 of the topmost European real estate portals including such familiar names as Rightmove Overseas, Primelocation, Zoopla, Kyero, Arkadia, Holprop, European Property, which guarantees vendors selling property in Spain wide-spread international exposure, reaching many more potential buyers than can any singular local estate agent or online website.

The collective com-bination of these well-known and respected property websites exposes your property to literally millions of home movers and active buyers, not just in Spain but globally, and receives no less than 25 million visits per month. 

As times have changed and technology has evolved, 90 per cent of people now search the internet to find their new home. It is the primary communication channel for making potential buyers aware - worldwide - that your property is for sale, which is the most important first step to achieving your goal. 

Exposure is the key strategy for a successful outcome. But what is also encouraging and of particular financial interest to sellers is that Beverywhere. com is completely commission FREE - there are NO agency fees - NO hidden charges - GUARANTEED. 

For a modest six or 12-month listing on the largest available shop window, your property will be displayed worldwide, which substantially increases your chances of making a sale.

Sell your property the smart way – visit for full details or Tel: +34 902 848 274 or email:

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