Interesting that you come and ask now after the fact.
First of all, congrats on opening the business, it’s very enterprising of you (sorry, bad pun). It’s not easy to start a company and navigate the red tape to get the licenses, etc.
Second, I’m not sure what to think! I haven’t been to Malaga, but I know there is quite a bit of competition in other tourist hotspots, but that could be just a reflection of the high demand. What’s your strategy to market the rentals? Partnerships/alliances? Online advertising?
First of all, thank you for reply.
“Interesting that you come and ask now after the fact. “
I found this forum after I decide open this business, and I appreciate this forum and every answer but I would never
open business based on someone’s opinion….even if it would be my best friend or closest family…. anyway like I mention before
every opinion is extremely important for me.
I’m not from Canada originally, I just have Canadian and German citizenship, but I use to live in California OC, Warsaw, Frankfurt
I just hope that It wasn’t a mistake.
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