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Vega Property Group re-launches as Lovespain.com

ALEXIS APRICIO was born in Spain, and has already been established in the real estate industry for many years, with decades of experience behind him and a passion for Spanish life, On Friday July 17, Alex invited guests along to launch his new real estate office, Lovespain, in El Rosario, Marbella.

Founder and director of the company Alex explained “As the name suggests, we really do love living in Spain. We are delighted to help others with our in-depth knowledge and first-hand experiences of relocating to Spain from the UK. This enables us to help the process as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Our investment in our new branding and website shows our confidence in the Spanish property and we look forward to many years of collaboration with the banks and fellow agents to find our clients he perfect property”. Many came to visit Lovespain’s new state of the art office, being greeted with cava and canapés and welcomed in to admire the premises.

Alex has been painstakingly busy designing the new website which proves to be informative, user friendly, and has a clear showcase of thousands of properties. This has brought the real estate industry beyond the 21st century. The team of four who will operate the new Lovespain office will be: Alexis and his girlfriend Pilar, along with Adam and Barnaby.

The EWN wishes them much success with this fantastic new venture. Love Spain is at KM 188 turn of for Bono Beach and Lovespain office is right at the side of the A7 Autovia.

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