Buying and selling property in Spain will most certainly involve different procedures than you are accustomed to in your home country. However, you can make this a smooth experience by learning as much as possible about how these processes work here, and then selecting reliable professionals to walk you through each step involved.
When investing in Spanish property, you should simultaneously be thinking about drawing up a Spanish version of your will and consulting an expert regarding the possible inheritance taxes and other financial implications your purchase could generate.
Finally, if you are thinking of renting out your property, take care to learn about contractual requirements.
A little forethought and planning can ensure that your heirs don't have to suffer through complicated legal procedures should you die in Spain. Thinking ahead can also ensure that, should your… More →
There are two types of rentals in Spain: short term and long term. Short term rentals are basically designed for holiday makers and come with contracts headed by the phrase "Por Temporada", which… More →