When it comes to transacting a property in Spain there are a number of steps to go through. From finding the right property and arranging finance‚ to perhaps organising a new coat of paint and remodelling for the property once it's yours!
Each step is important‚ but ensuring your property has its ownership transferred through the correct legal process is critical. Doing so correctly will give it you peace of mind and allow you to enjoy the sale being finalised. Failing to do this correctly can create numerous legal issues that take a long time to resolve.
That's why when it comes to all your property law and conveyancing needs in Spain‚ it is essential you use our legal team at Palsolicitor.
How can we help in property law
Renting your property
If you have decided to rent out your Spanish property, you will have some tax liability and Tourism obligations to comply with and it is important to be advised correctly.
Holiday rental properties need a holiday rental license and must be registered and classified according with the law by the Tourism Department in Murcia.
As a resident you will have to declare your rental profit in your annual tax return and if you are a non-resident you will have to fill in a quarterly tax return to report any rental income for the three previous months.
Our team can assist in the purchase and sale of Spanish residential property. We can also aid in the modification of existing title deeds‚ such as changing title or inscription of extensions or pool.
Our team offers years of expertise in the field of commercial property. By virtue of our experience‚ you can be assured any property transaction you attend to with us shall be undertaken with precision and full compliance with current up-to-date Spanish law and regulation.
Wills and Inheritance
As well as our services provided for property matters today we are also ready to assist with legal planning for events that shall follow.
It is a reality many legal issues can arise from the absence of clarity surrounding ownership or other property rights. That's why any significant property transaction should always be followed by an update to your existing will and estate.For all your property law needs we invite you to get in touch with our team today.