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Disclaimer

The sales price and description states for the properties listed for sale on this site are believed to be correct. However all properties are subject to price changes, prior sale or withdrawal from the market.

Decree 218 Compliance Notice

In compliance with the Decree of the Junta de Andalucia 218/2005 of 11 October, a copy of the Information Sheet for all properties are available should the purchaser so request it.

Buying Costs

Additional costs for the buyer when purchasing a property in Spain include: 7% I.T.P. (Transfer Tax) up to the amount of 400.000€ and 8% thereafter, or 8% VAT and 1% stamp duty for new properties bought from a developer. Additionally, the buyer pays the notary fees and costs for the inscription of the title deeds in the land registry.

Copyright

Copyright for all contents, photos and other materials published on this website belongs to Universal Real Estate, Avenida Luis Braille, Urbanizacion Puerto Paraiso, Bloque No 8, Local No 27, 29680 Estepona, Malaga. Reproduction, copying or use without written permission from Universal Real Estate is prohibited.

Privacy

Information you provide to us on this website when using our contact form is never shared, sold, or released to any third party entity except when required by Government Agencies and Security Forces under provisions of the laws regulating information on Internet users.

In case of enquiries we collect your name, email address, website URL, postal address, telephone number. This information is solely used for responding to your requests for information, and will not be used for marketing or any other purpose.

For additional security, this data is not held on servers that host our website, but is retained on separate servers within the EU which are fully compliant with GDPR.

All data is kept securely in compliance with GDPR requirements.

All your interactions with our website is securely transmitted using SSL encryption.

Our website is monitored 24/7 for breaches as well as attempted breaches. IP addresses of the source of attempted unauthorised access are recorded, and where feasible such attempts are reported to the ISP (Internet Service Provider) of the person or persons attempting to breach our website. In case of attempted breach, our security software will detect, alerts security personnel, and will take automatic actions defined in our Security Protocol in order to reduce the risks, and/or block unauthorised access to our website.

If you have contacted us via this website, or have made a purchase directly on this website, you can request to receive an exported file of the personal data we hold about you, including any data you have provided to us. You can also request that we erase any personal data we hold about you. This does not include any data we are obliged to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes. You can make a request for removal of data by using our contact form.

 

Cookies

What is a Cookie?

A Cookie is a small file that is stored in your web browser and which is used to record your activity on our web site.

Why does this web site use Cookies?

We use the information gathered by Cookies purely for anlaytical purposes, in order to help us improve our web site and the information which we provide to you.

The Cookies that are used on this site tell us :

  • how many people have visited our web site
  • how long they stayed on our web site
  • which web site they visited before us
  • which pages were viewed most often
  • which page was viewed last before the user went to a different web site
  • which Operating Systems and Web Browsers were being used

Do I need to be concerned about Cookies?

You do not need to be concerned about the Cookies used by this web site.

No personal information is ever recorded by any of the Cookies that are used on our web site.

What if I don’t want to accept Cookies?

If you do not wish to accept Cookies you have the ability to :

  • prevent your browser from accepting new Cookies
  • be notified when you receive a new Cookie
  • disable Cookies altogether

The Help menu on most browsers will give you advice on how to do this

What else do I need to know?

Continued use of the website assumes that you are happy for Cookies to be stored in your web browser.

 

Which Cookies will be stored in my browser?

The details of the Cookies that will be stored in your browser are listed below:

  • “_utma” – created by Google, this Cookie is used to distinguish between Users and Sessions (visits to the website)
  • “_utmb” – created by Google, this Cookie is used to determine new Sessions (visits to the website)
  • “_utmc” – created by Google, this Cookie is used to determine the end of a browser session (when you close your browser)
  • “_utmz” – created by Google, this Cookie stores the information that tells us how you got to the website; which website you were browsing before you visited this website for example.