British investors who lost big deposits in the Spanish property crash have been given fresh hope of getting back their money.
As many as 100,000 people in the UK are believed to have paid large sums towards acquiring off-plan homes in Spain that were never built following the financial crisis of 2008 when many property developers went bust, leaving buildings unfinished and property investors out of pocket.
But following a ruling by the Supreme Court in Madrid earlier this year, Spanish banks that held their deposits are now starting to be held to account, with estimates for how much British buyers could claim thought to be in the order of £4bn.
That is why Spanish legal experts Fuster & Associates has decided to launch a series of legal seminars for Britons wanting to reclaim their Spanish property deposits
The ‘No Win, No Fee Off-Plan Deposit Reclaim’ seminars will be held in Cambridge, London, Birmingham and Manchester.
“Holding seminars in Cambridge, London, Birmingham and Manchester will provide people with the opportunity to ask any questions they may have about the service after having waited over eight years for the chance to recover their lost funds," said the founder of Fuster & Associates, David Fuster.
15th October – Cambridge
5th November – London
19th November – Birmingham
3rd December – Manchester
Click here to find out more about the seminars being held by Fuster & Associates.