Grupo Platinum Estates open in San Juan de los Terreros

By Grupo Platinum Tuesday, 28 July 2015 18:18 0
Caroline Smith, Property and Finance Consultant (right). Caroline Smith, Property and Finance Consultant (right).

BREAKING NOTICE, Estate Agent in San Juan De Los Terreros, opens its doors on July 27, at 10am. Offering all of the properties available for sale in San Juan de Los Terreros, and surrounding areas of Almeria, Murcia, and Alicante.
We have a large network of offices, and this is the latest edition, which we feel is perfectly located giving easy access to all areas of Spain.

At Grupo Platinum Estates, we believe that you should find the property you are looking for the first time.  And if you are selling, sell in a timely manner to meet your objectives.  
Everything starts with listening to the clients in order to understand what they require. Financial services, after sales service, buying or selling a home. We work to connect the right buyer with the right property, securing an offer is not the end of a sale, this is where the hard work really begins.
Therefore we are always available so that together we can overcome any challenges that may arise.
We work with a huge range of lawyers and solicitors who check all the paperwork to the last detail and follow every step of the selling/buying process. Our reputation has been built on fantastic customer service and meticulous attention to detail.
We are pleased to offer a huge range of services, so why not pop in and see us, or contact us by mail or telephone. Our office hours are 10am till 2pm each day. Outside of these hours we are still working by appointment.
Caroline Smith, founder of Grupo Platinum Estates in 2010, working since 1987 in Finance, Banking, Customer Service and International Property. “Consumers expect the highest level of service and quality; I am passionate about making sure they receive just that.
“I believe, all relationships, including the buying or selling of a home begins with trust. I am passionate about living in Spain and believe that everyone can also live here, I work on 100 per cent customer satisfaction, and I guarantee the best service.
“People may forget what you say, they may also forget what you do, but they will never forget how you make them feel, and the home they live in! I am pleased to say there is an extensive list of happy customers living from above Alicante to the other side of Malaga, who I am proud to say, we have helped find the perfect home, insurance and finance solutions. If you are considering buying or selling a second home on the coast of Spain, and Costa Almeria then I encourage you to feel free to contact us.”
On Tuesday July 28, at 3.30pm we will have a selection of specialists on hand in the office to give information on additional services.

Currency exchange
Funeral Plans
UK post office services and passport services.
Please contact us to book your place.
Tel: 0034 950 466 112 Mobile/WhatsApp 0034 666 687 251
email: [email protected]

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