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Choose the award winning Vincent real estate

By Saturday, 22 August 2015 16:00 0
VINCENT REAL ESTATE: Was established in 1999 VINCENT REAL ESTATE: Was established in 1999

BUYING and selling a property is amongst the most stressful things you can do in your lifetime. But it doesn’t have to be like that and thankfully, with Vincent Real Estate, it isn’t.

Established on the Costa Blanca since 1999, Vincents prides itself on offering a transparent, stress free service for both buyers and sellers and have successfully been helping people find the right property across the Costa Blanca and Mar Menor.

Open for over a decade, Vincents has offices in Benijofar and just over a year ago expanded with a second office in Playa Flamenca, to best serve the needs of their customers.

The company is proud to be a member of the AIPP (Association of International Property Professionals) a self-monitoring association within the industry to ensure they, and all other members, are operating at the highest level possible, giving extra peace of mind to customers.

Vincent Real Estate are also award winners. Having been short-listed for two OPP (Overseas Property Professional) awards, the group won the Bronze Award for ‘Best Agent Europe’ and also Silver Award for ‘Best Example of Customer

Service’ at the 2014 gala dinner presentation in London. The judging process was completely independent and involved experts from the Property Industry from around the world and reflects Vincent’s professional approach and dedication to the Real Estate Industry on the Costa Blanca.

Customer service is key to Vincent Real Estate’s success and they aim to provide the best possible service from the moment someone walks in to their office or contacts the company. They get a lot of customer referrals and the talented team speak a range of languages so they can deal with clients directly and help arrange flights and accommodation for overseas buyers.

Resales and new builds are marketed extensively on the internet and internationally, regularly attending property exhibitions and at the end of September return to the UK to attend ‘A Place in the Sun’ exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham.

Their sales ethic is refreshingly clear and concise. Vendors receive full commission and pricing information before the sale so there are no hidden surprises and all visits are followed up with reports to the owners.

Reputed legal firms are recommended to clients and Vincent Real Estate are always on hand. A fully professional after sales service is in place to assist the new home owner in arranging everything from decorating to pool maintenance.

Resale properties are always wanted from Gran Alacant to the Mar Menor from €50,000 to €500,000.

Benijofar tel: 966 712 440
Playa Flamenca tel: 965 326 606
Visit: www.vincent-realestate.com
Email:[email protected]

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