By Euro Weekly News Media • 27 January 2013 • 23:00
HELPING TENANTS: Antonio Reig (left) and mayor Antoni Joan Bertomeu introduce Red Alquila.
TEULADA town hall plans to help young people hoping to rent a home.
It is participating in Red Alquila (Rent Network), a free service for 18 to 35-year-olds from the regional government.
Those looking to rent a home will receive information and practical help on Saturday mornings at two monthly intervals from the Centro de Informacion Juvenil (Teulada) and Espai La Senieta (Moraira) from 10am until 1pm.
“Potential tenants can ask for advice and will be put in touch with people with properties to let,” explained Youth councillor Antonio Reig.
Red Alquila wants to assist young people find properties at a reasonable rent while giving owners a wide range of possible tenants, said Teulada’s mayor, Antoni Joan Bertomeu.
The first Red Alquila meeting was held on January 19 and the next is scheduled for March 16. More information: 96 5740 158 or 608 24 33 26 or email [email protected]
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