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Obtaining residency without renting or buying beforehand

Old Apr 28th 2018, 6:54 pm
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Smithy is giving you some sound advice & contacts.

? Why do people from Yorkshire consider it God's own country, guess it was that Parkinson fella on TV always bleating he was from Yorkshire & thinking he was some how superior.
The term has been used to describe many places and countries. More to do with having some outstanding countryside I would guess which of course applies to many places. If you think Parkinson sounds superior try listening to certain southerners refer to people north of Watford Gap.
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Old Apr 28th 2018, 8:00 pm
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Originally Posted by Rosemary
I would recommend that you talk to Pablo Faus who speaks English and is extremely knowledgeable and very helpful.

GRUPO FAUS CONSULTORES SL
C/ Alfaro, 2 Entl.
46701 Gandia (Valencia)
Tel.962 965 859
Fax.962 840 268
E-mail: [email protected]

Hopefully he will be able to guide you.

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Rosemary,

Is it common for gestors to deal with multiple issues or do they tend to specialise in one area? What I mean is, do you generally have to go to one gestor for help with setting up a bank account say, another to help with residency, another for help getting your utilities connected etc. or is it more common that one gestor will do it all?

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Old Apr 28th 2018, 8:32 pm
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Originally Posted by Yorkshire Princess
Rosemary,

Is it common for gestors to deal with multiple issues or do they tend to specialise in one area? What I mean is, do you generally have to go to one gestor for help with setting up a bank account say, another to help with residency, another for help getting your utilities connected etc. or is it more common that one gestor will do it all?

Thanks.
I know that some do specialise in certain areas such as matriculating cars and such like but Pablo has responded to everything that I have ever asked him. However, I have no idea of the extent of what this family run business will help with only what Pablo has given assistance with over the years.

My husband and I went to him about 11 years ago to gain his help with a few things so that we were ensured that we were legal and found that he was very good so continued. Since I have been alone he has dealt with several issues for me and even if I really wanted to do something on my own he has supported me if I got stuck. He is friendly, approachable, understanding and also his charges are reasonable.

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Old Apr 28th 2018, 10:21 pm
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Originally Posted by Yorkshire Princess
Rosemary,

Is it common for gestors to deal with multiple issues or do they tend to specialise in one area? What I mean is, do you generally have to go to one gestor for help with setting up a bank account say, another to help with residency, another for help getting your utilities connected etc. or is it more common that one gestor will do it all?

Thanks.
The bank manager at La Caixa bank, Javier Blasco speaks perfect English and will give you personal service - Passeig Germanies 75, Gandia 46701

Your lawyer should move the utilities across in your name as part of the buying service.

If the utilities are not already connected to the house - this should ring instant alarm bells

but yes most Gestors work as part of a larger group and are able to help you with most things for a small fee.

The two recommendation that you have, will be able to help you with almost everything.
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Old Apr 28th 2018, 11:17 pm
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Thanks for the tip about the bank.
I don't think we'd consider a property that wasn't connected to utilities as we'd have to pay to get them connected ourselves. (As I understand it).
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Old Apr 28th 2018, 11:37 pm
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Thanks for the tip about the bank.
I don't think we'd consider a property that wasn't connected to utilities as we'd have to pay to get them connected ourselves. (As I understand it).
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