Monthly Archives: September 2009

Our Quality Pledge – “We pledge to do our very best for you”

We have created a quality pledge so that our clients know what they can expect from us and understand our passion and commitment for prestige property management. This pledge is underwritten by every one of our experienced staff, who will always ‘go the extra mile’ for our clients and endeavour never to let our high […]

The Costa del Sol works hard to attract more tourists despite the credit crunch

The Town Halls along the Costa del Sol have been working hard to revive the reputation of the area and make it an obvious choice for tourists.

Solving the San Pedro Traffic Jams

Anyone living on the Costa del Sol over the last few months will have suffered the terrible traffic around the area of San Pedro de Alcantara. The huge project to create an underpass in this area has been causing traffic chaos in peak hours and forcing people to use the toll roads. Thankfully, work has […]

Learn more about HomeCareontheWeb

HomeCareontheWeb has been the leading Costa del Sol property management company for over 12 years. Our team work hard to deliver an outstanding level of quality property care and thoughtful management options to our clients to suit your every need. Our aim is to remove the stress from you owning a Spanish property and increase […]

Property Management Spain – Case Study

Here’s a story from Denise Wright, our Client Service Supervisor, on the importance of having someone reliable and well connected to call on when things go wrong in your Spanish property. “One of our owners cancelled his management contract with us when he found his own tenant, believing that he no longer required our services – […]

Hot, dry August weather and high tourist numbers saps Malaga’s Reservoirs

It’s been a scorcher this August, with temperatures in some places reaching over 40 degrees. This hot summer weather was a hit with the region’s tourists and beach goers, but meant that the amount of water used sky-rocketed. Figures released by the Andalusian Water authority show that, in the last two weeks, the amount of […]

Authorities join forces to clean up Malaga’s Coastline

This summer the regional government, Malaga council and the communities of municipalities of La Axarquía and the western Costa del Sol have joined forces to make sure the sea is cleaner along the coastline of the Malaga province. The beaches are a key draw for the tourists and residents, so it’s vital for these investments […]