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Parador Properties goes into voluntary administration

Parador Properties, which had a number of overseas operations, including Cyprus, has gone into voluntary administration.

The company was once considered to be one of Europe’s top estate agents. It used to fly prospective purchasers to their desired destinations and offered advice about specific areas and communities. Simon Lambert and managing director Jack Hamilton founded Parador in 1998.

Parador’s PR company, Quay West Communications, announced: “It is with regret that Parador Properties has announced that, due to the downturn in the overseas property market, it has gone into voluntary administration. This does not affect property purchases by any of its clients, as all contracts were made between the individual client and the builder; Parador Properties acted only as an introductory agent.”

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