IGGA is considering the construction of new luxury homes in the Costa del Sol

The architecture studio run by Ignacio García in Marbella has completed the feasibility study for the construction of six houses of high standing in the Costa del Sol.

The feasibility study commissioned by RuCosta Properties, real estate agency specialist in sale-purchase of exclusive real estates for Russian-speaking customers in Spain, determines what is the amount of the economic resources necessary for the completion of the project.

There are many available lands in the coast which have been the subject of study, being those located in Marbella, and especially in the prestigious urbanization Sierra Blanca, the lands preferred by the real estate agency.

The feasibility study consists of an introduction that reflects the situation of departure, which has led to the preparation of the study, a market study detailing the current situation and future potential consumers, competitors and demand, in addition to a study of market screening.

The architects of IGGA International, with experience in the drafting of this type of financial economic report, have referred to all the concepts that are part of the promotion, with special attention to the purchase of the plot of land, construction work, optional fees, insurance and taxs, licenses and authorizations, costs of management, marketing and settlement of VAT.

Villas IGGA, a perfect choice for designing your lifestyle in the Costa del Sol.

RuCosta-ilustracion-11RuCosta Properties is a real estate agency specialist in the purchase and sale of real estate and exclusive tourist class for Russian-speaking customers in Spain.

The firm has a broad base of properties, with houses, commercial real estate and plots of land to build in the South of Spain.

Leader in Costa del Sol, where it has its headquarters, RuCosta works in all its fields of activity: real estate, financial investment, architecture, construction, post-sale and legal services.

For further information: www.rucostaproperties.com

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