Friday, February 23, 2018

Legal changes planned for holiday rentals in Spain

At the start of 2015, the Junta de Andalucía aims to pass new legislation to regulate the short-term rental market, raising standards for tourists and requiring owners to register apartments and declare earnings

The impact of The Donald Trump’s shock US presidential victory

Because, if you are as much of a social media animal as I am, the shock of The Donald's election has been a veritable tsunami, setting friends and family against each other in a way not seen since the American Civil War

Return of the borrowers

Year ahead looks to be good for lending, writes The Finance Bureau’s mortgage expert Tancrede de Pola

Rock of ages

Belinda mourns the musical icons of her misspent youth

Ever get that uneasy feeling that environment might be out to get you?

Certain species have decided to take matters into their own hands

Building your dream home in Spain without having a nightmare

If you make good choices and hire good people, building your own home in the sun doesn't have to turn into a bad dream

Why getting an energy efficiency certificate for your property is essential

Owners are required to contract a registered technician to produce a report

Bend it like Beckham!

Local Master Chef Steven Saunders spills the beans on the soccer supremo’s saucy request

Spanish general election voter boycott on the cards

Many are fed up with Rajoy’s stubbornness to seek a viable solution to put an end to the political crisis

Determining the legality of a business in a residential complex

Columnist Antonio Flores explores the ins and outs of running a business from your home

Brexit backlash: New ruling threatens hundreds of expats’ court cases

The effects of Brexit appear to have reached some Spanish government offices, including some courts of law

I love groups… does that make me a groupie?

Eddie the hotel dog questions his motives for being a groupie in his latest column

Spain’s police forces: Understanding which does what

SPAIN'S federalization process has added layers and layers of bureaucracy to everyday living

Having a fine time!

Olive Press columnist Giles Brown gets on the wrong side of the law

Loud and Clear: Spain shattered

Columnist Giles Brown on Spain's World Cup heartbreak and judging a book by its cover

What to consider when purchasing a plot in Spain: Part 2

The process, and costs, of going from having a piece of land to the plans for your new home

Spanish tax office closes inheritance tax avoidance schemes

Olive Press columnist Antonio Flores of Lawbird gives the latest on inheritance tax

Dealing with the Marbs high season and its struggles

Columnist Giles Brown recounts the tales of a battered Brit and projectile weapons

So what of European ‘citizenship’?

Can the individual rights of 64 million UK citizens be made to disappear?

Are you an ‘orphan policyholder’?

If you have a pension, investment or life insurance product arranged by an adviser who no longer works for you, or has gone out of business, read on, writes Richard Alexander

What to consider when purchasing a plot in Spain: Part 1

Having recently looked at buying and selling a property in Spain, here's the first part of a short guide to buying land to build your own home...

Antequera: The town that’s ‘all heart’

The town surrounded by Andalucía’s Big Three cities is also at the centre of a ‘love triangle’, writes Jack Gaioni

The joys of springtime in Los Barrios

It’s so easy to fall into the elastic waists and trainers scenario in rural Los Barrios (or ‘dress’ flip-flops if you’re going somewhere special)

Little pensions add up!

Columnist and financial expert Richard Alexander with some good press for pensions

Port of abuse: When will it be safe to go outside?

Why Banus is on my banned list for summer
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