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Old Jun 10th 2011, 7:45 am
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We are currently trying to get "la comunidad" established up in Las Colinas and are hoping to get the building common areas hooked up to electricity, the pool finished and the elevator running. I know all the problems people have w Fadesa contributing their share and would appreciate any comments by others who had similar problems. At the meeting we learned that it will take about 6000€ to get the elevator running! and the Fadesa reps "promised" to do it by OCTOBER. IF that's true it's better news than we expected, but moving in is a pain -lugging everything up 2 flights of stairs. Now we can only hope the pool is opened before summer (they have spruced up the area lately). Anyone still waiting to get an elevator running?
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Why did people purchase when they were unfinished
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Old Jun 10th 2011, 10:22 am
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Because most who did got an extra 20-30000€ off the "finished" price.
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Why did people purchase when they were unfinished
They certainly don`t sound like they are fit for habitation with no lights etc in the common area, they could go bankrupt if there was a significant accident claim due to no insurance cover.
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They just went through a type otbankruptcy proceedure for their real estate crisis (including C. Esuri).
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They just went through a type otbankruptcy proceedure for their real estate crisis (including C. Esuri).
No I mean you community owners if someone falls down the unlit staircase and puts a claim in.
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Hope not.........
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Hope not.........
There are some of us still working to get our deposits back because the buildings were not completed on time to the required spec - sad that it still seems to be an issue in places. Four/five years now.
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We are currently trying to get "la comunidad" established up in Las Colinas and are hoping to get the building common areas hooked up to electricity, the pool finished and the elevator running. I know all the problems people have w Fadesa contributing their share and would appreciate any comments by others who had similar problems. At the meeting we learned that it will take about 6000€ to get the elevator running! and the Fadesa reps "promised" to do it by OCTOBER. IF that's true it's better news than we expected, but moving in is a pain -lugging everything up 2 flights of stairs. Now we can only hope the pool is opened before summer (they have spruced up the area lately). Anyone still waiting to get an elevator running?
Hi,
we had our lifts connected in March this year after three n half years,bit late for us has we lugged all are stuff up along with other residents.

But cost nothing like 6000E,more like a third of that,at Las Encinas,but now up and running so much easier getting in with shopping and stuff.

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we had our lifts connected in March this year after three n half years,bit late for us has we lugged all are stuff up along with other residents.

But cost nothing like 6000E,more like a third of that,at Las Encinas,but now up and running so much easier getting in with shopping and stuff.

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Lifts!! we have never had lifts on Marina Esuri and those of us who live in the Duplex's have got legs like Tour de France riders Regards Bryony
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Lifts!! we have never had lifts on Marina Esuri and those of us who live in the Duplex's have got legs like Tour de France riders Regards Bryony
Sorry, but doesn´t that building have only a ground floor and a first floor?
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Sorry, but doesn´t that building have only a ground floor and a first floor?
No the duplex on three and four are a bu**er to carry the beds up too.
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Old Jun 14th 2011, 7:35 am
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As long as Fadesa pays for it we don't care what it costs! It seems there's some damage to gears or something. So far the heaviest stuff has been delivered (poor guys) by Carrefour but we still lug tons of stuff up by hand. Hopefully at least the pool will be ready by summer or we'll have to "visit" others to keep cool in theirs! Today it's 35 in Cordoba so enjoy your 29 degrees...
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