Welcome to Los Arqueros

From the Director and Founder
Ian Cooper

Welcome to Los Arqueros Estates and thank you for taking the time to explore our new look website.

The property market is hugely competitive, therefore the services of a professional and competent agency are paramount. I hope that we can guide you through what can be a very daunting experience with the minimum of fuss and maximum of ease.

Whether buying or selling, our local market knowledge, combined with our professionalism, drive and attention to detail will allow you to relax knowing you are being looked after in the best possible way.

Give us a call now to talk about your specific property requirements or simply for a chat regarding the Los Arqueros property market.

I hope Los Arqueros Estates will fulfill all your property expectations as I know we can.

Ian Cooper
Director and Founder

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Financial Seminar in Benahavis 

The company Black Tower FM in collaboration with Benahavis Town Hall, will be in the town hall in Av Andalucia 34 on Thursday 19th May 2016 at 5pm to answer questions related to:

Inheritance tax
Death and funerals

There will be tapas and drinks from 6:30pm

Register by emailing: melanie.godfrey@blacktowerfm.com
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Spain to have a record-breaking holiday season 

According to a recent article by the Telegraph newspaper in the UK, holidaymakers are urged to book their holidays to Spain early this year, as demand has soared due to worries about safety in other destinations. Spain has seen a 27% increase in reservations from the UK already, with other European countries having similar increases.
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Marbella feria to be brought back into town centre 

Marbela mayor Jose Bernal announced that the annual daytime Feria will return to its old site in the town centre, despite the protests of some business ownersthat it causes disturbance. He said that it wil bring back visitors and gain prestige for the city.
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Economic recovery in Spain projected to continue into 2016 and 2017 - OECD 

A report by the OECD states that low borrowing rates for businesses and households continue to provide support together with the fiscal stance, which is expected to be mildly expansionary over the next two years. These factors, together with the implementation of significant structural reforms, are increasing business confidence. However, product market reforms and increasing innovation are crucial to boost the economys productivity. More information: http://www.oecd.org/eco/outlook/spain-e ... ummary.htm
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