Vecindia opens new office in Málaga

Vecindia, a law firm specialized in services for homeowners’ associations, has announced the opening of its new office in Málaga (Plaza de la Solidaridad nº 12). Estanislao Moreno de la Santa Zabia, partner of Vecindia, will be the responsible for the opening of the new offices. This expansion reinforces Vecindia’s presence in the real estate legal sector and responds to the growing demand for specialized services in the region.

The firm, based in Madrid, has more than 10 years of experience and a team of more than 15 professionals in its ranks. The firm’s activity is focused on areas affecting communities of neighbors, the Horizontal Property Law, real estate, urban planning and mortgage law. They also offer in their portfolio of services a personalized legal advice and consultancy, as well as the representation of their clients in legal disputes.

Estanislao Moreno de la Santa Zabia, partner of Vecindia, expressed his enthusiasm for the firm’s expansion: “We are delighted to bring our specialized services in real estate law to the city of Málaga. Our experience and knowledge will allow us to provide sound legal advice and efficient solutions to homeowners’ communities, individual landlords, tenants and all parties involved in the real estate sector.”

The opening of Vecindia in Málaga comes at a key moment for the real estate sector in the region. Malaga has shown significant growth in construction and tourist housing in recent years. The law firm seeks to contribute to this opportunity and offer legal services tailored to the needs of homeowners and neighborhood communities in the region.

“Malaga is a city that has experienced impressive growth and exceptional harmony between the construction sector and the cultural environment. We are excited to contribute to meeting the priorities of new homeowners and address challenges such as tourist housing and the legal ramifications of new construction,” says Moreno de la Santa.

The Vecindia Malaga office will offer different customer service options, adapting to individual preferences. In addition to offering face-to-face meetings to its clients, the office also provides online support and consultancy for those who prefer remote advice.

Julia Gil