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Barcelona HUTB# question

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How can you tell if the HUTB # is actually for the apartment you are considering renting when there are no pictures or anything but the address listed?

I am interested in an apartment. At first it had no HUTB#. I emailed the agency, they sent back a numberBUT it was for a different apartment. OK an easy mistake as the name of the apartments are similar. But then they added that wrong # to the listing,( I didn't know they added the wrong # to the listing, someone on another thread pointed it out to me.) so the 2 apartments had the same #.

Not knowing that, I emailed the business to say they had given me the wrong #. They sent me another HUTB#. When I check out that number, it only has address.

I am becoming a bit leery of the agency; I REALLY like the apartment, but am concerned if their lack of attention is cause for concern.

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