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Safe Hands Property Management

Safe Hands Property Management provides a professional property management services from Marbella to Estepona.


Here you will find a comprehensive list of our services at amazingly competitive prices:

Monthly or weekly Property Check up – we will check your property to make sure there are no electricity power cuts, break ins, damp or flood damage – 15 Euro per month for a monthly check up or 40 Euro a month for weekly check ups.

Cleaning – Cleaning using a professional team of cleaners, we provide all cleaning products, Fridge and white foods cleaned (Oven, depending on the state it is left in, additional charge if a specialist is required) 15 Euro per hour

Laundry Service of bedding and towels – depending on quantity price on demand.

Welcome basket – Do you or your clients arrive late in the evening? Would they like essentials for when they arrive? Our baskets include milk, bread, coffee, tea, wine, beer, butter and snacks. – 30 Euro.

Meet and Greet – We will meet and greet your clients on arrival and check them out on departure. Within normal hours (8:30-20:30) 40 Euro. Outside hours (20;30-8:30 and bank holidays) 60 Euro.

Key holding – A full set of keys, held and kept secure. Keys will be available on request at any time of year. 100 Euro per year.

Airport Pick up and drop off – contact us for a quote

Police registration – All rental properties in Spain must be registered with the Police Station and guests must be registered with the relevant station for your location within 24 hours of arrival. Once you have registered your property at the Junta de Andalucia we can register your property at the police station. Once your property is registered we will give you the username and password for you to log in. 80 Euro.

 

For Further information via our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Safe-Hands-Property-Management-1022337551268523/

Call or Whats App us on (0034) 622 391 835

Email: safehandspropertymanagement@hotmail.com

 

 

 


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Growing up can be challenging, especially in a modern world which is constantly changing. Sometimes your children have issues or problems which they, and you, struggle to solve. It can be anything from friendship issues, bullying, low self-esteem or confidence, trouble with adapting to family changes, issues with siblings, anger and frustration. It might be that there are important life skills you know they need, yet you are not sure where to start or they are being resistant.


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The Irish Midwife offers various services on the Costa del Sol for the preparation of childbirth and early stages of being a mum. It is run by two very experienced Irish midwives - Anne Halpenny who is from Dublin and has lived on the Costa del Sol since 1996. She is a mum of twins who were born in Marbella in 2009. Anne qualified as a midwife in 1985 and has worked in Australia, Iraq, Saudia Arabia, the UK and Ireland thereby exposing her to different cultures and ways of practising as a midwife.


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A 6-year-old walked away from his Minnesota home with his dog as the sun was setting and, after hours of temperatures dropping, the worried Sheriff’s Department needed help—and hundreds of citizens in Sherburne County heeded the call, including a man with an expensive piece of hardware.

Steve Fines was scrolling through Twitter and saw the official tweet announcing that a boy was missing. Fines lived nearby and knew that the neighborhood was filled with “cornfields and swampy woods with ankle-deep water”, not ideal conditions for finding a child in the dark.

His company, Fines Imaging, owns a heat-seeking drone, so he headed to the scene where 600 volunteers had turned out to search for Ethan and his dog.

A little before 11:00, Fines posted on Facebook, saying his $30,000 thermal camera “lets me cover lots of wet ground that people can’t walk easily,” but admitted that he’d had “no luck yet.”

The Washington Post says he uses the drone to help farmers find runaway livestock by pinpointing their body heat.

It was about 30 degrees in Palmer Township, but skies were clear.

While Fines was running the camera in the dark, he took an astonishing photo that showed a long line of bright spots, showing all the people out in a field getting ready to walk across in a search pattern—literally hundreds of people in wet, muddy ground, in freezing temperatures at 1:00 a.m. because they wanted to help.

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“I only knew in which direction to look because volunteers on the ground had found a footprint that pointed me in the right direction. I knew which areas had already been searched because of the excellent coordination of the Sherburne County Sheriff.”

At about 1:50 a.m., a little more than a mile to the east of his home, Ethan Haus and Remington were found lying down shivering in the field when the drone spotted their heat signatures. Fines knew it was a dog, because of his career experience spotting deer and other animals.

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Ethan was cold but was otherwise in good health, according to the Sheriff Joel Brott.

“This truly was the epitome of a community caring for its own,” Brott said. “To see the outpouring of support in such a short time period to come out and help find this boy and his dog is heartwarming.”

The Sheriff posted the drone photo from Fines Imaging depicting the endless line of volunteers, which elicited heartwarming praise and gratitude.

One volunteer who was in the cornfield commented on how the drone was able to expand the limited line of sight available to those on the ground: “You brought your talent and equipment to do something for the greater good. A state patrol helicopter spent 6 hours on site, but you made it happen.”

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Brenda Haus, Ethan’s aunt, wanted to personally thank Steve for his part in helping find her nephew.

“I wish I could hug and personally thank every single person that was there because it truly was amazing! No one ever gave a up hope including you… You will forever be in our hearts as we are so grateful that you could be such a big part of helping us get him home! Thank you again from the bottom of our hearts!”