This is an article by Raymundo Larraín Nesbitt, Lawyer – Abogado, about the most significant fiscal changes in Spain already into force in 2013. Additionally to the list of Mr Larraín, we must mention that there is a special 3% tax on property ownership through foreign companies that still into force, but the Government will revise to encourage overseas buyer and investors. It would be a good plus...
Foreign buyers are increasingly more attracted to houses on the market in Spain (18% growth in Q3/2012) because of the possibility of having a second home in a warmer area and we hope the new regulations (residence cards) will improve the numbers
The Spanish law maker has changed the court proceedings with regards to non paying tenants. Does this new law mean that the landlord can get his non paying tenant out in just 10 days? This is an important reading for buy to let in spain and home owners willing to rent their property in Spain.
We purchased a property in Spain three years ago using a mortgage from a Spanish bank. Our circumstances have now changed and we are unable to continue the repayments. If we stop paying, we assume the bank will re-possess the property. We would like to know the legal ramifications.
Our legal adviser, Andrés Díez Bronzini, has prepared an exceptional document about how to squeeze the Tax rate on profits deriving from renting apartments to a meagre 5.25% This is a 6-page document which is very useful for both investors and home buyers, with cases to study. The intention of the guide is to describe three cases about how to reduce tax if you are a private owner with...
These are real facts about victims of a property fraud in Spain. Len and Helen Prior are a symbol of a fight against property corruption in Spain. Culprits who broke the urban law (including authorities who allowed such a disgraceful event) should be made accountable. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yn-zMydHxGQ&feature=player_embedded
Our legal adviser, Andrés Díez Bronzini, has prepare an article to explain the different options that a lanlord can take in Spain when tenants do not pay the rent. Place your questions about Spanish legal framework to Mr Bronzini
Our legal adviser, Andrés Díez Bronzini, has prepared an exceptional document about the total costs of purchasing a house in Spain. This is a 16-page document which is very useful for both professionals and home buyers, with cases to study and full cost breakdowns in rigorous detail. The intention of the guide is to describe two cases (firstly, purchase of a new apartment; secondly, purchase of a second- hand...
In an absolutely isolated and exceptional court ruling in Navarra (Spain) which does not constitute law of precedent, the Court ruled that by acquiring the mortgaged real estate property in the auction, the Spanish bank BBVA had already recovered the total amount of its mortgage loan.
Our legal adviser, Mr. Andrés Díez Bronzini, is writting about the property auctions process in Spain. To better understand the Spain court auction system of real estate properties, Bronzini will illustrate it with some examples and cases. Pay attention to case 4 which is very interesting.
Imagine you buy a Spanish apartment. Several months after the agreed upon delivery time the developer has already finished building the apartment but he has still not obtained the first occupancy license. Can the buyer recover his down payment? (By Andres Diez Bronzini -Abogado & Rechtsanwalt)
British communities in Spain that have been a victim of property fraud and planning abuse in the last decade are receiving signs of hope in order to regulate the situation of their house.
If you are willing to buy an apartment in Spain, here you have a quick legal guide. Spanish property legal framework gives all the security and guarantees to the buyer, but you should contact a lawyer to help you.