Are you familiar with myVIVA?

Many of our regular blog readers may already know the ins and outs of the VIVA website - as past or present buying clients, vendors or simply those curious to know what the Spanish property market is doing - and will know that the most efficient way of keeping track of properties that match your specific requirements is to create a free myVIVA account.

3 Unique myVIVA functionalities 

1. Save your favourite VIVA web content

VIVA is truly unique in the sense that we don’t just offer buying and selling real estate options (like other agents on the Costa del Sol). No! As well as our varied property services, we have a full-time team of marketing professionals who produce peerless online content.

From our magnificent Costa del Sol Area Guides to a comprehensive run-down of property buying costs in Spain, or information about relocating from abroad to our regular and up-to-the-minute blog, we leave no stone unturned! The video guide above shows you how to bookmark these pages when you create a free myVIVA account.

2. Add and remove your favourite properties

This video shows you how to add the properties that most stand out for you from the thousands of VIVA listings and the leading international property portals that we are proud to collaborate with. 

3. Create and modify tailored property alerts

This video guide shows you how to set up and edit an instant alert, meaning you can receive a selection of properties that match your search requirements direct to your smartphone, tablet or computer... wherever you are in the world.

How do I create a free myVIVA account?

What’s great about myVIVA is that your account is – and always will be – completely free and only takes a moment to create. Furthermore, you can edit and modify your searches, alerts and preferences whenever you like

Just click the button below to set up your account and get the most out of your VIVA web experience:

create a free myVIVA account

Are you already a myVIVA user? If so, tell us what your experience is like… What do you like about it? Is there anything we could improve upon?