We operate with a small team of specialists and benefit from a combined experience of over a decade, which means we have been through the boom and the bust of the property cycle here in Spain.
The services we pride ourselves on are, combining high professional standards with impeccable client care.
From finding your property from rustic properties in need of total refurbishment to Townhouses/ Apartments that you can walk straight into and every type of property in between. We can arrange pick up from Reus Airport or Barcelona Airport (at reasonable cost) and accommodation on site from a Mobile Home to our Premier Log Cabin.
The documentation of our country properties is carefully checked, and we can answer any planning-related questions.
Each visit to one of our properties will be accompanied by one of our team. No annoying hunting around up the wrong dirt track for your dream property, saving you time and expense.
You can be assured that each property visited will not be rushed and we limit the number of properties visited each day, giving you time to take in all the details of your chosen property.
We can arrange your NIE number's (Número de Identificación de Extranjero) and recommend a local bank (English speaking) for your transfer of funds.
We find Local architects and Town Hall architects used at the beginning of the refurbishment project greatly increases the speed of the proposed project and a little more problem free.
Our after sales service includes connecting to electricity and water suppliers (if available), recommending reputable local builders and qualified electricians.
We can of course update you with builders progress and send pictures of your project.
Guide to buying in Spain
Complete Guide To Buying A Property In Spain
More and more people are buying a home in Spain, whether as a retirement home, holiday home or investment. We understand that buying a property in a foreign country can be daunting – everyone has heard horror stories of costly and long term problems where things have gone wrong. If you are thinking about buying a property in Spain, this home buyer’s guide will allow you to plan your purchasing process correctly whilst informing you of everything you need to know along the way. The process to buying a property in Spain is very straightforward – but getting the advice is the key to whether they whole purchase is a success. This guide is intended to help you obtain the information you need to make a full and considered decision about your property purchase and provides a clear insight to buying property in Spain.
Buying a property in Spain is the dream of many people who are looking for a great place to live in a sunny location. In order to make a dream like this come true, however, it is necessary to do some research so that you can find the best property at the lowest price. From putting in your offer to picking up the keys… an overview of the entire process of buying property and real estate in Spain. If you want to purchase a property in Spain in an easy and hassle free way, then follow these useful tips below and apply them when you begin your search for a Spanish property.
Cédula de Habitabilidad is the Spanish term for a Certificate of Occupancy.
This is a certificate required by Spanish law aimed at controlling conditions relating to health and safety in any building to be used for housing. It is essential in order to be able to contract water, electricity and gas supplies and is valid for 15 years.
All buildings used for housing must have a Certificate of Occupancy. This ensures that they meet the minimum requirements needed for a building to be habitable (new buildings, renovated buildings etc.)
Costs Of Purchasing
Appointing A Legal Representative
Power Of Attorney
Deciding On A Property
The Private Purchase Contract
The Title Deed And Registration
Annual Real Estate Tax (IBI)
Property Owner Imputed Income Tax
Non-Resident Rental Tax
Your Fiscal Representative
Non-Residents Fiscal Identification Number (NIE)
Residents In Spain Must Declare Overseas Assets
Who Should Be Registered?
What Are The Benefits?
What Documents Are Necessary For The Registration In The Town Hall?