Luxury villa for sale in Andalucia.

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Papermill
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Luxury villa for sale in Andalucia.

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Luxury villa for sale in Andalucia.
All information and photos on the website www.rusticblue.com
villa finder ZX22.
If interested email: villa.escuelita@gmail.com
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And....... is it licensed?
Purchase price?
any other details?
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As I understand it, Rustic Blue will not take on a property unless it is licensed. However certainly a selling agent's listing would be useful inc. the asking price plus details of rental history and future bookings.
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Post by CSE »

Thanks for that.
As I understand the new(ish) regulations covering Andalusia everywhere you advertise you have to add your license number.
Is that correct?
Just had a quick look at few listings on Rustic Blue and could readily see a number for properties in the blurb.
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casasantoestevo wrote:Thanks for that.
As I understand the new(ish) regulations covering Andalusia everywhere you advertise you have to add your license number.
Is that correct?
Someone not far from me has just put their place onto the holiday rentals market via OD. They do not have a licence and clearly OD do not require this. I do know that Spain-Holiday will not accept a listing without a VTAR but it would appear that they, like Rustic Blue, are the exception and not the rule.
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Post by CSE »

Thanks for the info. Glad that some portals like to adhere to the local regulations.
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