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Selling A Property In Lanzarote

We’ve already talked about buying a property in Lanzarote, so let’s have a look at selling one in the current climate.

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Background

The property market here is certainly showing signs of a recovery from the recession, but there are still lingering issues. There’s a lot of property for sale here, and the banks are aggressively marketing the houses and apartments they repossessed at the height of “El Crisis.” If you are looking to sell, you need to research the market thoroughly first to understand how many similar properties to yours are on the market, and secondly to see their selling prices. You don’t stand a chance of getting a buyer if the price you need is significantly higher than other, very similar places, and even if you can price match them, you need to try to find some unique aspect of yours that will make people look at it rather than all the others.

You should have two prices in mind before you contact agents. One is your preferred selling price, and the other is the lowest amount you are prepared to accept. I would advise having “trade offs” in mind as well. For example, you’ll take an offer of X, but that won’t include the furniture, or completion must be before a certain date.  read more »

Jobs In Lanzarote, English Teacher

English teacher required in Lanzarote for immediate start.

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K 2 A English Academy in Costa Teguise are seeking a qualified native English teacher.  read more »

New Menu And Opening Times At Barstro

One of our favourite restaurants on the island, Barstro at Nazaret, have changed their opening times, changed their menu, and have also added a new lunchtime light menu.

The new opening hours are:

Monday to Saturday 1300 until 2300

Sunday Closed

Light Lunch Menu

The light lunch menu is available from Monday to Friday and from 1300 until 1800. It features some interesting dishes like Smoky Mussels with Seaweed, and Olives with Chilli and Gran Marnier.

New Menu

Bartsro are well know for regularly changing their menu,  read more »

Local Author Stan Arnold

I was recently contacted by Stan Arnold, who is an author living in Playa Blanca. Stan has lived on the island for 5 years, and has written four books, one of which is based on the island. The stories are all linked, and feature a couple of hapless corporate video producers, Mick and Jim.

Stan is a copywriter, speech and scriptwriter and that certainly comes across in the books, which are well written, very descriptive and well characterized. The humour is typically British - think Red Dwarf meets Monty Python.  read more »

Oktoberfest 2014 Lanzarote

Oktoberfest will take place once again this year at The Plaza de las Naciones rigth in front of Los Pocillos beach in Puerto del Carmen. The festival will run from 23rd to 26th October with over 6,000 visitors expected to enjoy the live music, games, entertainment and beer!

This is the 4th year the event has run and it will be bigger and better than ever, featuring:  read more »

  • Paulaner wiessbier (wheat beer.) Jagermiester and Obslter
  • Mojitos and smoothies
  • Local beers, wines and spirits
  • Traditional German food
  • Schlager music
  • A kid's

Social Media For The Over 50's

Our very own Mike is running a social media training session for the over 50's at Sun Park Living on Tuesday 7th October. 

The training will be half a day and very interactive. If you're someone who spends extended periods in Lanzarote, social media could be right up your street:

You'll learn how to:  read more »

  • Stay in touch with family and friends "back home"
  • Choose the right platform for you and get

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