IN my previous column, we covered the two taxes vendors have to pay upon the sale of property. While the first of these, municipal...
Find out about the costs you'll have to cover before and after you find a buyer. Although buyers are liable for the lion's share...
How to ensure you obtain a secure deposit and contract when buying a house in Spain
If you are planning on developing a new property here, I'd suggest you carry out two basic steps before choosing a builder.
San Roque, where the exclusive enclave of Sotogrande is located, saw total sales climb a huge 26.7% for the quarter, albeit down 4.6% compared to the final quarter last year
Justice will prevail in Spain after all, but only for the very patient
Wherever you're thinking of looking for your next home, purchasing a less than perfect property in the best possible location always makes more sense than buying an ideal home in the wrong place
Owners are required to contract a registered technician to produce a report
If you're a UK resident with property in Spain, there are still ways to make Brexit work in your favour
Marbella is back and may be better than ever
The general rule is that if you earn any income from a property you own and let in Spain, you are liable for taxation
From January to the end of June, Andalucia welcomed close to 8.4 million visitors
Project managers can help things run smoothly, as long as they are professionals
Now Andalucia's new holiday rental rules are in force, other regions of Spain suggest it pays to register now rather than risk a fine
New Junta rules for tourist accommodation rentals begin in May, but what exactly do they all mean?
In the final part of this series on Costa del Sol property development, we review the fees and taxes a vendor has to pay before starting work, during the build, and at the time of sale
Part two of our series on the tax implications of buying, selling and developing urban land in Spain
With more and more people looking for building plots to develop property on the Costa del Sol, here's the first article in a series about buyers’ taxes depending on the seller's status
This month, let's take a trip 100 years back in time to trace the rise of Spain's favourite holiday and second-home destination
Spain has introduced new laws and revised existing legislation to streamline processes
Supreme Court leaves Marbella without a plan
Changes that come into effect from January 1, 2016, leave consumers at much greater risk of financial losses. Only banks and insurers look set to benefit
It was the best of times; it was the worst of times... Now we're living in an interesting time, when two very different real-estate markets exist, like parallel realities, at the same time
The market is back on track and Andalucia is still buyers’ favourite spot
If you're planning to rent a property in Spain, or elsewhere, for your holidays this year, it's worth asking a few questions before parting with your money
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