Purchasing a brand-new or off-plan property in Spain can be more complex, and risky, than buying a resale home, unless you, or your lawyer, ensure you check the details and know your rights, before signing the contract, handing over a deposit, and until you receive the keys
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
In this column we'll take a look at how valuations are calculated, who needs them, and how they can help you
If you're thinking about buying or selling property in Spain, one of the first, and best, places to start is online. Here are some of the most useful sites on the Internet...
Some Costa del Sol agents and clients are even using the 'B' word, again. (As in 'boom'...)
When buying property in Spain, it's all too easy to fall in love with the dream and forget about the reality of what may lie beneath the postcard-perfect image
If you own a second home or investment property in Spain, the chances are you're thinking about letting it – or already have done – to cover running costs or earn extra income. Here's some food for thought...
Three considerations are most often cited as considerations for buying a property through a company in Spain: privacy, tax mitigation, and succession
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
The process, and costs, of going from having a piece of land to the plans for your new home