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Can’t sell? DV International Investments will buy!

DIRECT PURCHASE: DV International Investments will buy your property today. DIRECT PURCHASE: DV International Investments will buy your property today.

THE housing market in Spain has been at a complete standstill because banks were refusing to give buyers a mortgage to buy their own property.
But if you are trying to sell, you do not need to suffer any more as DV International Investments will buy your property today, without any mortgage, at your own notary.
DV International Investments is a young, dynamic, independently operating real estate purchasing company, with Dennis Verstralen as director. It specialises in the direct purchase of real estate, exclusive cars, speedboats/yachts in Spain, The Netherlands and Belgium.
It comes under the umbrella of Hooghuys Vastgoed BV, which has its main office in The Netherlands and has been active in the real estate market for more than 40 years.
Lately, Hooghuys Vastgoed BV has been approached several times by clients from Spain, who are having a hard time selling their property.
Hooghuys Vastgoed BV immediately responded and set up DV International Investments in Spain. This was done to a provide a fast and accurate service, something which its clients expect and deserve.
To be clear, the company does not mediate in selling your villa, apartment, house, exclusive car or speedboat/yacht but buys directly.
DV International Investments gives you 100 per cent certainty of a sale and therefore there are no sales talks or attempts to sell on your behalf by acting as an estate agency.
DV International Investments directly and independently buys your villa, apartment, house, exclusive car or speedboat/yacht without any mortgage at your own notary.
This direct purchase appeals to many clients, especially as they have met many real estate agents; however, in some cases, to no avail.
The recession certainly played a part, as did the banks’ unwillingness to provide mortgages to buyers. This meant that the housing market had come to a complete standstill.
DV International Investments has the fitting solution for you and buys directly from private individuals, as well as for investors, building promoters and banks.
If this solution appeals to you, please call or email DV International Investments on 0031– 6 –11 440 440/0031–40–212 30 30 or email [email protected] to set up an informal meeting, so you can convince yourself that a quick and correct sale is an option for you.
In order to speed up the procedure please email as much information as possible about your villa, apartment, house, exclusive car or speedboat/yacht, accompanied by pictures from inside and outside and the direct surroundings. They would also like you to state your absolute lowest price!

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