Buying guide 2024

9th February 2024
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How to search and find properties in Marbella

Move2Marbella's latest publication, the Buying Guide 2024, has just been published.
This magazine was compiled based on regular questions from buyers and interested parties.  The result of decades of local experience will help you to find information that will save you time, effort and money and avoid disappointments. 
And all this for free, no need to sign up for a camp or pay a tour fee. Learn about the process of buying property in Marbella with Move2Marbella's interpretation.

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