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Tuesday, 28 October 2008

Villa for Sale in Villaverde, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands

Situated in the sort after village of Villaverde this large villa enjoys stunning views to Lanzarote from the garden and the large picture windows. The third bedroom is a self contained studio with bathroom & kitchen. With Corralejo and the beaches just a 10 minute drive away this is a great opportunity to own you home.
Priced at 390,000 Euros.
For further details call us today on 0034 928 535 044

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Saturday, 25 October 2008

prtment for sale in Corralejo, Fuerteventura, Canary islands

Situated within easy walking distance of central Corralejo this ground floor apartment comes with its own private terrace and a large communal swimming pool. The property comes fully furnished with fitted kitchen and is in a small quiet development. The property has been competitively priced at 95,000 Euros

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Thursday, 23 October 2008

Villa for sale in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands

This beautiful villa in Fuerteventura is in the sort after village of Villaverde and is set in well kept mature gardens. The property has a large living room. Most facilities are in the village with Corralejo just 10 minutes away. With stunning views across to Lanzarote this property must be viewed and now has been reduced in price to 379,000 Euros

For further details call us today on 0034 928 53 50 44

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Tuesday, 21 October 2008

Property for sale in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain

A unique opportunity to acquire a spectacular rustic finca set perfectly in the hills of Villaverde, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, furnished and refurbished to a very high standard and in keeping with this home.

  • Rooms with beamed ceilings
  • Large rustic lounge with picture windows
  • Two beds and two baths in the main house
  • Separate bedroom annex with en-suiteCellarLarge
  • Country Kitchen
  • Large Private Swimming Pool
  • Family JacuzziLandscaped gardens with original features
    PRICE : 499.000 €

For further details call us today on (0034) 928 537 937
or alternatively e-mail

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Inauguration of new Passenger Terminal in Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands

The new passenger terminal in Puerto del Rosario has received its first cruise liner on the 25th September 2008, the “Aida Bella”. The vessel was met local officials and dignitaries to greet the 1800 passengers arriving for the day visit.
The Aida Bella is the largest of the luxury cruise ships that will visit the island this season. Last year 41,000 cruise passengers passed through the harbour and with the inauguration of the new berth this figure is set to rise by around 13% according to estimates by the Tourist Office.

Agueda Montelongo, Councillor for Tourism, stated it was the intention of the port to achieve “Base Port Status” meaning that cruises would start and end in the port so hopefully increasing the number of overnight visitors.

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GoldAcre Estates Launches The Exclusive Gold Property Portfolio

GoldAcre Estates has launched the Exclusive Gold Portfolio.
All these properties are only available through GoldAcre Estates and all have been chosen for their exceptional value. Our wide selection of exclusive homes offers the widest choice whether you are looking for a villa or an apartment we are sure we have something special to suit you.
If the idea of building your own home is your dream then we also have a number of plots and fincas available. We are continually striving to provide our clients with the best that can be offered in Fuerteventura today so enjoy our Exclusive Gold Portfolio. For information on any of these properties visit our exclusive gold portfolio site or please call us on 0034 928 537 937.

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Monday, 20 October 2008

Fuerteventura Cycle Track Network

Fuerteventura has announced the creation of 32 kilometres of new cycle paths to be added to the Islands existing network.

The 2.9 million Euro project will be carried out across several Municipalities including La Oliva, Puerto del Rosario, Antigua and Tuineje.
In La Oliva the link between El Cotillo and Lajares is virtually complete and the next section from Lajares to Corralejo has already started, the cycle track is due to be completed early 2009.
In Puerto del Rosario the cycle path will follow the city ring road with links into the city centre, and approximately half of the project is already complete.
The other municipalities are finalising the plans and acquiring the land but it is hoped that the entire project will be completed by the end of 2009.

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An Expats Life is a Happy One

A recent survey conducted by Nat West, discovered that almost all questioned confirmed that they have no regrets about emigrating to a sunnier climate. Approximately three quarters said that they do feel a little homesick some of the time and, without stating the obvious, the thing they missed the most was their family and friends, but with the UK being only a 4 hour flight away, most people get to visit or receive visitor regularly.
In places such as Fuerteventura, expats have a fairly easy time of it. There is a large and established expatriate community on the island which means that it is fairly easy to get hold of essential elements of British life such as East Enders, Football and Heinz Baked Beans! For those who have chosen to plump for the likes of Bulgaria or Turkey, they often find they have to make do with what’s on offer locally. Fuerteventura itself is not yet as well developed as other longer established expat communities on the Spanish Costas or other Canary islands but as a result many Fuerteventura residents have a greater level of independence and much higher integration with the local community.
The fact remains, though, that it is the younger expats who are more willing to jump feet first into the unknown. The more mature expat takes slightly longer to make the right decision!

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Fuerteventura Olive Oil

The likelihood of Fuerteventura becoming one of Spain’s top producers of olive oil has taken a big step closer due to the construction of an olive processing plant in Pozo Negro. The Almazar, which is Arabic for squeezing place, hopes to increase productivity in the very near future and local olive farmers are interested in being part of that growth.

Around forty farmers have expressed interest and a willingness to take part in this project and the Almazara is expected to produce up to 1,500 litres of olive oil from 10,000 kilos of olives.
The oil is made from three varieties of olive all of which have a very distinct volcanic taste. The islands Government is hoping that the production of oil will be a success and establish Fuerteventura as an important olive oil producer.

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Friday, 3 October 2008

Spanish property Prices and the Canary Islands

Kyero announces new data on Spanish property prices showing the Canary Islands increasing in the top 10 regions of Spain with Gran Canaria showing an increase of 39.9% and Fuerteventura showing a 10.5% increase and claiming two of the top three positions, which substantiates the recent report by Tinsa showing that the Canary Islands was fairing much better than mainland spain regarding property prices and showing that the islands are always a safe haven in the times of crisis.

Overall, the average house price in Spain appears to have increased from €240,000 to €245,300 - in just three months. In the current market conditions, how can an apparent increase in house prices be explained?
Digging a little further, the overall increase can be narrowed down to 10 provinces which have experienced sizable quarterly increases themselves.
Provinces increasing in price Q3 2008

Province Qtr increase Yrly increase
Gran Canaria +39.9% -2.3%
Girona +17.9% +10.8%
Fuerteventura +10.5% -12.7%
Albacete +10.4% +8.0%
Cadiz +6.3% +1.8%
Malaga +4.3% +1.4%
Pontevedra +3.3% +13.0%
Granada +2.2% -0.1%
Mallorca +2.0% +9.4%

In six of the ten cases, the apparent increases can be explained by a lack of representative data, as detailed below:
Gran Canaria - Canary Islands: Suspiciously low figures for Q2 makes Q3 look like a growth quarter - although Q1 to Q3 trend is more or less flat.
Girona - North-east Spain: Insufficient data for all sizes of property
Fuerteventura - Canary Islands: 1 bed properties decreasing slightly, 2, 3 & 4 bed properties increasing.
Albacete - Central Spain: Insufficient data for all sizes of property
Asturias - Northern Spain: Insufficient data for all sizes of property
Cadiz - Southern Spain: 1 bed properties reducing in price, 2 bed properties holding steady, 3, 4 & 5 bed property prices all over the place.
Malaga - Southern Spain: Apparent growth on 2,3,4,& 5 bed properties.
Pontevedra - North-west Spain: Insufficient data for all sizes of property
Granada - Southern Spain: Marginal apparent growth on some sizes of property skewing the overall average
Mallorca - Balearic Islands: Apparent growth on 2,3,4,& 5 bed properties.

However, this still leaves 4 provinces where the apparent increase in price cannot be explained by a lack of statistical relevance. After double and treble-checking the price calculations, there appear to be no errors.

Exactly why asking prices in Fuerteventura, Cadiz, Malaga & Mallorca appear to be growing is a mystery to me. If you have an opinion on one of the above provinces, please select any of the above links and leave your comments using the form at the bottom of each page. In the meantime, I'll carry on routing around for an explanation.

This reminds me of when slide-rules were introduced to maths lessons at school (yes, I'm that old). What always baffled me about those calculator pre-cursors was that you needed to have a rough idea of the answer before using the contraption in the first place. So, with house price statistics, we question them only when they don't fit with our gut-feel of what the numbers should be.

Martin Dell,

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Wednesday, 1 October 2008

Furnishing your holiday home – tick another box!

If you have already put your deposit down on your dream holiday home or maybe completing your research and finances before doing so, then you may need to be thinking about how you are going to furnish it. Where to go? You don’t speak Spanish so how are you going to order what you want and get it delivered to the correct address at the right time?

Design Emporium is a company that we are pleased to recommend to our clients because of the quality of service and the vast selection of furniture, crockery, linen and everything you need for your home and a service that is second to none. Design Emporium should always be your first port of call as English is their first language but Ruth, owner and interior designer, speaks fluent Spanish, as well as being able to help you select just the right furniture and accessories for your new home. where you can view a small selection of their work and start the communication.

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GoldAcre Estates Joiners

We would like to welcome Janine Andre to our Fuerteventura Team, Janine has just moved her family from Germany to join GoldAcre Estates as she sees a real opportunity here in Fuerteventura for the growth of her daughter and Janine’ s Business career.
Janine Brings a wealth of Real Estate Experience gained from working in Mallorca and Germany and as well as German, Spanish and English Language skills, we all wish her much success. Janine can be contacted on

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