30.09.2008 FREE PERSONALIZED VIEWINGS
This is why BULGARIAN PROPERTIES now invite you for a FREE VIEWING TRIP to Bulgaria at a time convenient for you between 1st October and 31st December 2008. If you purchase a property with us, we will cover your viewing trip costs for a fixed amount of 300 Euros.
You need to pay for all your expenditures - flight tickets, hotels, transportation, etc. and if you decide to buy a property with us, we will pay you back 300 Euros in the form of a reduction in our prices. We won't ask you to present any invoices as we will not consider expenditures of more than 300 Euros - this rate is fixed. We recommend you to use our services for viewing arrangements. Our team will be happy to organise everything according to your requirements.
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