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Gogo Estates for a full and professional service to find the right home for you

GOGO ESTATES: Have opened a new office in Cabo Roig. GOGO ESTATES: Have opened a new office in Cabo Roig.

GOGO ESTATES has been established since 2001 in Aguilas, Murcia, solving property problems and finding the right home for those wanting to be based in Murcia and across the Costa Calida.

Owner Ronald Goosen has been selling and renting properties in Spain since 1991 before setting up Gogo Estates and Aguilas was the obvious choice for him having spent many a childhood summer in the town at his family’s holiday home. Studying hotel tourism in Holland, it was maybe only a matter of time before he made the permanent move to make Spain his home.

Ronald’s clients in Aguilas were 80 per cent Spanish, with the area being relatively unknown for expats and so naturally Gogo Estates expanded further north to the Costa Blanca. Ronald said: “Many of our clients know the Costa Blanca, they have friends and family with homes in the area and so want to be near to them and near to a lot of amenities.”

Serving the Costa Blanca for the last three years and now in their new offices in Cabo Roig, as well as their established office in Aguilas and one on the Costa del Sol also, Gogo Estates offer one of the largest areas of coverage for house hunters in Spain: “We literally cover the whole coast of Spain, so we are confident of being able to find the right property at the right price for clients.”

The company extensively markets their properties, meaning sellers are getting the best exposure for their home. The company attends around four property exhibitions each year, mainly in Belgium and Holland, to attract international buyers as they welcome them on inspection trips.

Their practice clearly works as last year 40-50 properties were sold and contracts exchanged.

A full service is offered with Gogo Estates able to introduce clients to recommended and reputed solicitors who speak their language and they try and aid clients every step of the way.

With your property pur-chased, home owners are able to leave the property in the safe hands of the Gogo Estates team who provide a property management pack equating to just €1 a day: “They can call us any time and we will check the property, arrange for main-tenance and works.” A new specially designed rental service for customers that have bought through Gogo Estates is also due to be launched.

Ronald is also an official Sabadell agent for bank repossessions working directly with Sabadell and not through agents, so cheaper properties are also available.

For more information visit the team in Edifico El Faro, Local 12, Cabo Roig strip. The office is open Monday to Friday from 10am-7pm and by appointment only Saturday and Sunday.

Gogo Estates
Cabo Roig and Aguilas
Tel: 966 845 670 (Cabo Roig) or 968 414 459 (Aguilas)
Email: [email protected]

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