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Why do you need an independent Spanish legal partner?
Independent means that they work to protect your interest, not the one of the real estate agent or the one of the developer.
Buying a property in Spain is easy as we described here The 9 steps to your Spanish Property but there could be many pitfalls.
We wrote an extensive article covering the legal and tax aspects of a property acquisition in Spain:
Introduction: Why do you need independent legal and tax partners for your property acquisition in Spain?
Part I. Buying a property in Spain: Is a Spanish Notary enough?
- Why an independent lawyer is strongly advised?
- Many issues could happen when you buy a property if you don’t do your due diligence properly
- That is why your Spanish lawyer will work for you hand in hand with the Spanish notary to make everything watertight.
Part II. Buying a property in Spain as a foreigner
- The practical aspects linked to the purchase of your Spanish property as a foreigner.
- Are you allowed to buy a property in Spain as a foreigner?
- Who is buying the Spanish property?
- What are the impacts of your matrimonial regime if you are buying a property in Spain?
- What documents should you provide if you are buying a property in Spain?
- How do you finance your Spanish property purchase? Do you need a mortgage?
Part III. Legal due diligence on your Spanish property
- Legal due diligence checklist for a Resale property in Spain
- How do you settle the IBI tax, “Impuesto sobre Bienes Inmuebles”, between the seller and the buyer?
- Pay attention to the pre-emptive rights from the administration
- Legal due diligence checklist for a new build (or “off Plan”) property purchase in Spain
- Once the construction has been finished a few items should be checked
Part IV. Tax aspects related to your Spanish property
Taxes related to:
- the acquisition of a property (newbuild or resale),
- the ownership of a property, and
- the sale of the property.
Part V. Inheritance, Estate Planning and Granting a Will in Spain
- The Spanish last will and testament will make the process of succession and inheritance over your Spanish assets quicker, easier and less costly.
Alicante Almería Altea Ayamonte Badalona Barcelona Benahavis Cádiz Calpe Cartagena Castellón de la Plana Córdoba Elche Estepona Fuengirola Girona Granada Guadalajara Huelva Ibiza Javea Lleida Madrid Málaga Mallorca Marbella Mataró Mijas Miramar Murcia Navarra Ojen Orihuela Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Palma de Mallorca La Rioja San Cristóbal de la Laguna Santa Cruz de Tenerife Sevilla Sotogrande Tarragona Telde Toledo Torrevieja Valencia Vilajoyosa Zaragoza