Invaluable assistance for expats living in Spain and moving to Spain
Hi there. My name is Lisa Sadleir, I am an independent relocation consultant and personal property finder. I assist families and professionals in making the best decisions when planning their move to Spain. My specialities are dealing with NIE and residency issues, Spanish bureaucracy and property purchase procedures.
My aim is to save you time, money and frustration. I provide you with accurate information and clear instructions to complete essential administrative tasks in Spain.
Having lived in different parts of mainland Spain and the islands, for more than 20 years, I have in depth knowledge that I can share with you to help you make the correct decisions for you and your family. If you are considering moving to the Malaga province / Costa del Sol region, please visit www.movetomalaga.com.
All the information I publish on CCBSpain.com has been verified by reputable, trusted sources. I have an excellent network of Spanish professionals who are keen to share their expert knowledge with foreign residents. We dislike the misinformation that you are often exposed to.
Since 2010, I have assisted many expats who found themselves in unfortunate situations due to misinformation and ignorance. I saved them time, money and frustration. (Read some testimonials here.)
The enjoyment of living in Spain is too often hindered by the infamous system of Spanish bureaucracy.
I believe that too many people spend too much money:
- paying professionals to resolve simple administrative matters
- or, paying expensive fines incurred for not following procedures
I know that seeking expert advice and guidance before moving to Spain is essential for a successful relocation.
These are some of the reasons that lead to the foundation of CCB Spain.
We make living in Spain easier and more enjoyable.
So, what do you have to do next?
We will post updates regularly so remember to keep coming back.
Thank you for visiting my website and I look forward to being of assistance to you.
By Lisa Sadleir