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Quabit Cuts the Price of its Homes to Encourage Sales

The property developer has launched a commercial campaign to boost sales whereby it is offering a discount of €4,250 to anyone who buys one of its homes during the month of June.

One of Quabit Inmobiliaria’s housing developments in Guadalajara

The property developer Quabit has launched a commercial campaign whereby it is discounting €4,250 for anyone who buys one of its homes during the month of June. The real estate company chaired by Félix Abánades is seeking to “recognise and reward” the “effort made by citizens during lockdown” and to boost the firm’s sales.

The amount of the discount is the result of multiplying €50 by the number of days of the State of Emergency, which started on 15 March and is due to run until 7 June. Quabit will apply the discount to reservations and pre-reservations of homes that are formalised between 25 May and 30 June. 



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