The purpose of this document is to inform visitors who browse and/or use this website about the general terms and conditions governing its use. By browsing and/or using this website, you fully and unreservedly accept the general terms and conditions of this website, as set out in this document.
The visitor agrees to use this website and the services offered in accordance with the law, these general terms and conditions, generally accepted morals, good practices and public order.
Persons or companies giving us information undertake to provide truthful details which do not violate any third parties or the law. Please contact us if you believe that the content or information on this website violates a legitimate right or current legislation.
Without any previous, explicit and written authorisation, the transfer, disclosure, sale, rental and/or public exposure of this website or any part thereof are strictly forbidden.
The user undertakes to compensate the owner of this website for any loss or damage which may be caused by the use thereof in violation of these general terms and conditions and/or current legislation.
A cookie is a small data file sent by the websites that you visit to your browser, which converts them into a text file, allowing the site to record information about your visit, preferred language and other options. This can make your next visit easier and the site more useful. Cookies play an important role. Without them, using the website would be a somewhat frustrating experience.
We use different types of cookies for the operation of the website. Some or all of the cookies identified below may be stored in your browser. You may view and manage cookies in your browser (although browsers for mobile devices may not offer this option).
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We use some third-party services which may also store cookies in your browser, such as Google, as we use its map service to show you the location of the properties. You can see more information about Google cookies on this link.
The owner of this website service is Pargo S.L., registered address at Urb. Costa Aguilera Carretera Nacional N-340 at 18680 Salobreña (Granada) - Spain, telephone number +34692750085 and email email@example.com, and is also the editor and owner of its content.
The content, information and advice expressed on this website should be understood as merely indicative. The owner is not liable in any way for the effectiveness or accuracy thereof, being exempt from any contractual or extracontractual liability with the person or company that makes use of them, as they shall decide at their own discretion the eventuality thereof.
The owner reserves the right to modify the content of the website without notice and without any restriction. The owner, and in turn Entersoftweb, S.L., as provider of the website service, accepts no liability for any damages which may be caused by the unavailability and/or outage of this website and the services offered on it.
The owner reserves the right to amend the general terms and conditions expressed in this document without any prior notice.
The general terms and conditions expressed in this document are governed by Spanish law. The owner, website visitors and any other person or company using any services provided on this website explicitly waive any other jurisdiction and duly submit to the courts and tribunals of the city of Salobreña, for the resolution of any controversy or legal dispute which may arise.
All sale prices, both of second-hand properties and new-builds displayed on this website, shall be marked up with taxes and other expenses legally payable by the buyer, such as solicitors' fees, documented legal acts, land registry fees, VAT, property transfer tax, estate agency fees, etc.
In the case of offers for new-builds still in the project or construction stage, and for which down payments are foreseen, these amounts shall be guaranteed according to law, with the guarantor indicating the corresponding policy number, their current account number and whether said amount is a down payment, a deposit or a down payment and deposit of the final price.
In the case of rental properties, community expenses or any other expenses which may correspond to the use of electricity, gas, telephone, water, etc. are not included in the stated rent.
The consumer is entitled to receive a copy of the so-called brief informative document of the property.