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Energy performance certificate Spain Carlos Tornero Pando

The energy performance certificated or EPC is going to be a very frequently asked question in the next years when selling/buying/rent properties in Spain.Now,all properties that are on sale rent from 01/06/2013 need to have this certificate.
Each property will be tested and scored on a scale ranging from A to G, with ‘A’ being extremely efficient and ‘G’ being particularly inefficient. The result of the test doesnt oblige the owner to make changes on his property to improve the efficiency, howwever it is recommended to do so.

Its important to take into consideration the EPC cause its going to influence the price of the property. Buildings with low scale(bad energy efficiency) will cost less that the ones with higher scores.

Madrid Spain Carlos Tornero Pando

Madrid is the capital of Spain located in the centre of the country with more than 3 million people living there.
The city offers a great variety of opportunities for residents and visitors.Characterized by high cultural activity in Madrid you can visit a great number of attractions and touristic places such as:
-Palacio real de El Pardo
-Puerta del sol
-Templo de Debod
-Reina Sofia museum
-Naval museum

-Retiro
-Cuatro Torres
-Arts museum
-Thyssen museum
-El rastro
-Gran via avenue
-Football Santiago Bernabeu
-Puerta de Alcala
-Cibeles(Madrid fans know this very well)
-Catedral de la Almudena
-Zoo aquarium
-Faunia
-Many artistic places

Madrid is the business centre of Spain and its also seen as a cosmopolitan city with a very wellknown nightlife.

In this city real estate properties are much more expensive than the media with the rest of the country,however you can find interesting investments especially in some concrete areas of the city.

About accommodation,you should have no problems,they are plenty of hotels in the city with a great range of prices.

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Dictionary Spanish English Real estate-Carlos Tornero Pando

Dictionary Spanish-English real estate Part 1:

Here i put some of the most commonly used words in real estate translated in Spanish to help foreign investors that dont understand spanish in their operations.

Real estate: Inmueble,bienes raices,propiedad,bienes inmuebles,inmobiliario

Deeds/documents: Escritura

To register: Escriturar

Land registry title: Nota simple

Notary: Notario

Buy/purchase/acquisition/buyout: Compra

Sale: Venta

Owner: Dueño,propietario

Real estate agency: Inmobiliaria

Real estate development company: Inmobiliaria(Promotora)

Finance: Financiación

Money: Dinero

Cash: Efectivo

Mortgage: Hipoteca

Seizure of property/Garnishment: Embargo

Renter/occupant: Inquilino

Rent: Alquilar

Profit/Return: Rentabilidad

Opportunity: Oportunidad

Investment: Inversión

City: Ciudad

Town/village: Pueblo

Residents: Habitantes

Law: Ley

New: Nuevo

Old: Antiguo,antiguedad

Intermediary/Mediator: Intermediario

Broker: Agente

Market: Mercado

Spain Holidays-Carlos Tornero Pando

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Valencian Community-Carlos Tornero Pando

Valencia its a city full of monuments and great places to visit.

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valencia,tourism,monuments

 

102-Year-Old Plans to Finish Business Degree

Late Blooming Entrepreneurs

Margaret Dunning already runs one business. Will she start another?

That remains to be seen. For now, the 102-year-old plans to head back to the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business to finish the undergraduate degree she started about 80 years ago. After she was featured in a TODAY.com article for her passion about cars, The FRAM Group (an auto products manufacturer) decided to pay her tuition.

Once she graduated from high school in 1929, Dunning began pursuing a business degree at the University of Michigan. During the Depression, she had to drop out of school to help her mother, who owned a bank and needed all the support she could get. Dunning went on to have a long career in banking.

“I’ll have to figure out just what I’ll study, but it will be in business, though — I know that,” she told TODAY. “I’m still running a business right now. … It’s…

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Need Help Hatching Your Business?

Late Blooming Entrepreneurs

If so, you might want to look for an incubator. Just as the ones for eggs help bring chicks into the world, business incubators help brand new companies survive and grow during the start-up period (when these companies are most vulnerable).

Incubation programs come in many shapes and sizes, says the National Business Incubation Association (NBIA). Typically, they provide education, training, resources and shared work space. Almost all North American incubators are non-profits, with more than half sponsored by academic institutions or economic development organizations.

While most incubators are either “mixed use” or technology oriented, a few focus on niche markets. As this AARP article reports, Josie Lamonaco, 58, launched her Sicilian cookie business with the help of The Starting Block, a kitchen incubator in Hart, Michigan for nascent food businesses.

If you’re interested in joining an incubation program, expect to submit a business plan.  Also, be aware that most tenants are expected to “graduate” in three to five years. NBIA’s website has many resources, including this search tool you can use to locate…

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