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Post Posted: Sat Feb 02, 2008 11:02 pm

we are thinking of moving to goa and would like to run a bar can anyone tell us anything about running a bar in goa and is it best to to run for the season also is it better to buy or lease any information would be grateful also is it better to a house or have long term rental it woould be nice to hear off someone who as already got a bar up and running and can you live comfortable from your income etc thankyou carol

 

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Post Posted: Thu Jul 03, 2008 12:49 pm

Hi, I moved from Cumbria to Goa 18 months ago. I did not plan to start a business as I felt I could afford to retire in Goa - the cost of living being so much less than in the UK. However, in order to buy an apartment in Goa I had to form a Limted company. Through this company I bought an apartment a year ago. There are a lot of hurdles to jump before buying and a good lawyer is required. (Well I hope mine is good, and I have done things right.) There are frequent articles in the press about foreigners violating proerty laws here. With regard to opening a bar - the company which I formed to buy the apartment includes things like running restaurants and bars, so I assume that if you formed a similar company you could do this, either buying or renting a property.

 

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