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We Have Moved Office!

Due to our business expanding, and also to be in a more prominent position for our thousands of guests arriving each year, we have have moved our Head Office from Elviria to spacious new offices in La Cala.





To help you find us more easily here are our address details and GPS coordinates, together with some photos of our new office. Note our Estepona office remains unchanged along with all are phone and fax numbers.


Edificio Comercial Urbanoria, 1

Avenida del Golf

LA CALA (Mijas Costa)

Malaga,  29649

GPS Co-ordinates

Longitude 36.5059, Latitude -4.68232

We all look forward to welcoming you to our new office.





Kind Regards

Your HomeCareontheWeb team

Study reveals Costa del Sol is still a desirable location

Some good news for home owners and local businesses in the Malaga province as the results from a study about 2012 beach bar takings in the area came back as satisfactory.

The study shows that despite the economic crisis, the Costa del Sol is still a very desirable place to holiday and that beach food services and tourism in general is not in crisis. In fact, custom from foreign clients has noticeably increased which is great news for home owners who wish use their properties for holiday rentals this year.

Southern Spain has so much to offer with the superb weather and a wide range of things to do for people of all tastes and ages, it’s no wonder the area remains popular. The excellent selection of golf courses, beaches and activities keep even the most active families on their toes. For those who enjoy the quieter life, there are plenty of unspoilt places to relax and unwind and lots of gastronomical gems waiting to be found, hidden away from the hustle and bustle.

Families, and couples from all over the world will be coming to the Costa del Sol for their holidays this year including many from the Nordic community who are said to be some of the highest spending tourists. Russian tourists also love the area and usually prefer to stay in holiday homes on the Costa del Sol, so again this is good opportunity for home owners looking to make extra income from their properties in 2013.

How can you advertise your property to appeal to foreign markets?

HomeCareontheWeb have partnered up with Europe’s leading holiday home company, Novasol, who can advertise your property for you and promote it on up to 11 different websites, all in their own languages. Registering your property with Novasol is free, for more information email us or call 952 839 595.

Promoting your property for Valentine getaways

One great advantage about owning a property on the Costa del Sol is the fact that it’s a beautiful and desirable year round destination. When people think about taking a luxury holiday they might think of Marbella and Puerto Banus with its 5* resorts, exotic beaches, and international restaurants adorned with celebrities. The fact is, wherever your property is on the Costa del Sol, you can take advantage of owning a property in one of the most enticing places in the world. Continue reading “Promoting your property for Valentine getaways”

Thinking about renting out your Costa del Sol property long-term?

Here’s an interesting question – what should you do if you’re thinking about renting out your Costa del Sol property long-term but are worried about the problems you might face, like the tenants stopping paying the rent or not vacating at the end of the tenancy?

Here’s an interesting question – what should you do if you’re thinking about renting out your Costa del Sol property long-term but are worried about the problems you might face, like the tenants stopping paying the rent or not vacating at the end of the tenancy?

Well, in our experience, problems such as tenants not paying or vacating at the end of their tenancy rarely, if ever, happen.

However, we have heard bad stories, so here are some guidelines to help safeguard you when renting long-term.

If you live abroad, it’s advisable first to find yourself a reputable local specialist who will both manage your property and your rentals for you while you’re not around.

Management of your property is essential for two reasons.

Firstly, it helps ensure your tenants are happy with their tenancy and, secondly, it alerts you to any property maintenance problems so they can be dealt with swiftly.

This relationship with the tenants is enhanced if the management company visits tenants regularly to check the property on their behalf.

Before the tenancy begins, any management company worth its salt will take up references on your tenants, together with a two-month’ security deposit, refundable when tenants vacate the property at the correct time, and leave it in the condition in which it was found.

Tenants should sign a comprehensive legal rental contract, clearly stating what happens if they fail to vacate at the end of the stipulated period.

Penalties may include forfeiting the security deposit, or paying a punitive increase in the rental fee.

If the worst came to the worst, and depending on the local court’s caseload, our lawyers say it could take 2-4 months to evict tenants, but you could claim the penalty rental for the extra stay.

Obviously, if the management company has a good relationship with the tenants, they would have ascertained the tenants’ intentions at the end of the tenancy, and either agreed an extension of the rental period with you, subject to a new contract, or helped them find another property to rent or buy.

We hope that information helps you and remember, if you want any more detailed advice about renting your Costa del Sol property out long term, you can always phone us on 00 34 952 83 95 95, or send us an email to

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