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Hello !!! I need some smart advice.Thank You

Posted: Sun Feb 21, 2021 2:36pm
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Robika 25

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Dear Members! Does anybody of you ,can suggest a person or an office, who has given me two whole days about show me around in the Torrevija eria.I am hungarian sorry if my writing is not the best.Well I have found so many years ago my house here too looking an loiking different erias when finally i have sad this is the one.I would like to take a flight after the/  covid/if it is ever and.Or when i will have my vactin 2021 szeptember to Alicante and go to the Torrevija and surrounders.Of course I undestand it would be a fee for the service.But this is the only way i would like to do it.When i fall in love a street or a park or a little village.70000 eu what i will going to spend.But 50 or 60 voud be better.That is the idea now.But if i would finde something what i really want i can pay more.And i dont speek spanis at all.Not yet but i will.Thank You🙂🙂😅

Janet Isabella

Posted: Sun Feb 21, 2021 3:35pm

Janet Isabella

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Posted: Sun Feb 21, 2021 3:35pm

To help you start your search Robika, there are many 1 and 2 bedroom properties in the €50/60k price bracket in the Torreta 2 area of Torrevieja.

It is on the outskirts of Torrevieja, very near a Carrefour Hypermarket, a shopping Mall and very close to several bars and restaurants.

Pressing on This Link will take you to properties for sale in Torreta 2.

elinspain

Posted: Sun Feb 21, 2021 3:51pm

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Posted: Sun Feb 21, 2021 3:51pm

Hello Robika

 It sounds like  you need some big estate agents with a lot of properties in the Torrevieja area who can help with your search. Here are two  that I know of  --you can have a look at some of their properties online &  can contact them if you see anything of interest.

https://www.kyero.com/en/torrevieja-property-for-sale-0l1822

https://www.idealista.com/en/venta-viviendas/torrevieja-alicante/

Good Luck with your search, there are so many to look at in the area......Your  English is fine, I understood you very well & my Hungarian is none existant haha

Cheers

Elinspain

Robika 25

Posted: Sun Feb 21, 2021 4:43pm

Robika 25

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Posted: Sun Feb 21, 2021 4:43pm

elinspain wrote on Sun Feb 21, 2021 3:51pm:

Hello Robika

 It sounds like  you need some big estate agents with a lot of properties in the Torrevieja area who can help with your search. Here are two  that I know of  --you can have a look at some of their properties online &  can contact them if you see anything of interest....

...

https://www.kyero.com/en/torrevieja-property-for-sale-0l1822

https://www.idealista.com/en/venta-viviendas/torrevieja-alicante/

Good Luck with your search, there are so many to look at in the area......Your  English is fine, I understood you very well & my Hungarian is none existant haha

Cheers

Elinspain

Thank You! I WILL look at those.But agent are want to make up your minde and pay.I am a wery slow decision maker and first on my own want to discover the whole region around Torreevija and the city itselves too.For that I would need a person with a car who  nose everything.It can be a spanis speeking collage student who wants to make an extra box or a retire person who has a lot of extra time.If no car i have rent one.But the person have to know a lot.once on line I  was looking houses a region when finally i have learned their house flod by big rains every year.These are what i would like to learn first.I have just read september is too wet.Maybe i am going october or november.If you are an agen trust me you dont want to spend 16 hours with me daily and still noting.FIRST on my own if the fate will be nice to me and send me somebody.🙂

Robika 25

Posted: Sun Feb 21, 2021 4:51pm

Robika 25

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Posted: Sun Feb 21, 2021 4:51pm

Janet Isabella wrote on Sun Feb 21, 2021 3:35pm:

To help you start your search Robika, there are many 1 and 2 bedroom properties in the €50/60k price bracket in the Torreta 2 area of Torrevieja.

It is on the outskirts of Torrevieja, very near a Carrefour Hypermarket, a shopping Mall and very close to several bars and restaurants.

Pressing on This Link will take you to properties for sale in Torreta 2.

Thank yuo!🙂

Wilbur

Posted: Mon Feb 22, 2021 9:53am

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Posted: Mon Feb 22, 2021 9:53am

Robika 25 wrote on Sun Feb 21, 2021 4:51pm:

Thank yuo!🙂

Hi Robika

When we bought we caught the bus from the city centre and took it into the various urbanizations and then just wandered around. 

G Line - San Luis goes through 4 or5 areas ( La Siesta, El Chapparal, Carrefour) and runs every 40 mins. 

B Line goes through the Torreta areas 

A line - La Mata goes along beach front into the area. Nice trip. 

Tickets for each journey are €1.35 and you get to see every area at a nice slow pace, getting off and on as you see fit. €5.40 per day could get you 4 journeys in and around an area and after a few days you'll get to know the routes and landmarks. 

Good luck

Will. 

elinspain

Posted: Mon Feb 22, 2021 10:01am

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Posted: Mon Feb 22, 2021 10:01am

Wilbur wrote on Mon Feb 22, 2021 9:53am:

Hi Robika

When we bought we caught the bus from the city centre and took it into the various urbanizations and then just wandered around. 

G Line - San Luis goes through 4 or5 areas ( La Siesta, El Chapparal, Carrefour) and runs every 40 mins. 

B Line goes through the Torreta areas 

A line - La Mata goes along beach front into the area. Nice trip. 

Tickets for each journey are €1.35 and you get to see every area at a nice slow pace, getting off and on as you see fit. €5.40 per day could get you 4 journeys in and around an area and after a few days you'll get to know the routes and landmarks. 

Good luck

Will. 

Hello,

Just a little update for the benefit of bus users - the fare is now €1.50 for all stops on all Costa Azul bus  routes..... A -- H.

Cheers

Elinspain

Grannyrose

Posted: Mon Feb 22, 2021 11:01am

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Posted: Mon Feb 22, 2021 11:01am

The bus suggestion is perfect. I think I’d take a notebook with me and record anything that appeals to you and anything that you dislike. After travelling on all routes, cross off the areas that don’t appeal to you,  make a list of the places you’d consider. Take the bus again and this  time get out and walk about.  Note positives and negatives. Now you are ready to visit an estate agent to enquire about an affordable home. Enquire about areas that have experienced flooding and take them off your list. 

Before arriving in Torrevieja, make a list of what you would like eg coastal walks, mountain views or whatever appeals to you.  Don’t let your heart rule your head. Remember what you actually would like and try to get it. 

You will notice on your trip by bus, many houses/ apartments are for sale privately.  Make a note if the ‘phone numbers.  Take a photo with your iPhone of the property, telephone number  and the area. This will give you something tangible to look at after you day of searching.  

I’m sorry that I can’t offer to help you during your visit as I don’t live in Spain. 

Many homes in Torrevieja don’t have the luxury of a pool, some do. The urbanisations on the outskirts usually have a community pool. Perhaps a pool isn’t important and if not, put that on your list!

You will have to put a lot of serious thought into your choice of home. Car parking, big or small outside space, proximity to sea/ beach, storage, close to bank, restaurants, health centres,supermarket and more.  Will you have a car when you come to live or will you use the bus? All vitally important factors.

You can do it!  Make plans and lists!

Alicebks

Posted: Mon Feb 22, 2021 2:57pm

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Posted: Mon Feb 22, 2021 2:57pm

Wilbur wrote on Mon Feb 22, 2021 9:53am:

Hi Robika

When we bought we caught the bus from the city centre and took it into the various urbanizations and then just wandered around. 

G Line - San Luis goes through 4 or5 areas ( La Siesta, El Chapparal, Carrefour) and runs every 40 mins. 

B Line goes through the Torreta areas 

A line - La Mata goes along beach front into the area. Nice trip. 

Tickets for each journey are €1.35 and you get to see every area at a nice slow pace, getting off and on as you see fit. €5.40 per day could get you 4 journeys in and around an area and after a few days you'll get to know the routes and landmarks. 

Good luck

Will. 

That's a brilliant idea Will, I'm gonna use this myself when I visit, never would have thought of it!!

Thanks, Alice

Robika 25

Posted: Tue Feb 23, 2021 1:54am

Robika 25

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Location: Torrevieja

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Posted: Tue Feb 23, 2021 1:54am

Wilbur wrote on Mon Feb 22, 2021 9:53am:

Hi Robika

When we bought we caught the bus from the city centre and took it into the various urbanizations and then just wandered around. 

G Line - San Luis goes through 4 or5 areas ( La Siesta, El Chapparal, Carrefour) and runs every 40 mins. 

B Line goes through the Torreta areas 

A line - La Mata goes along beach front into the area. Nice trip. 

Tickets for each journey are €1.35 and you get to see every area at a nice slow pace, getting off and on as you see fit. €5.40 per day could get you 4 journeys in and around an area and after a few days you'll get to know the routes and landmarks. 

Good luck

Will. 

Thank You !! Do you think can I do this with no spanish at all? Really sounds well your idea.I keep it in minde.But maybe till october I will learn some spanish.Do you think it is save when a 58 years woman wandering around alone.Or just I will be unnoticed like a tourist?

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