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Director of Larraín Nesbitt Lawyers, Raymundo Larraín Nesbitt, discusses capital gains tax mitigation when selling property in Spain
On selling property in Spain, you are liable for two taxes: plusvalia and capital gains tax (CGT, for short)
New law authorising illegal homes sets ‘terrible precedent’ in Andalucia, claims green lobby
Marbella’s longest established real estate agency crowned ‘best in Spain’ with prestigious national award
Panorama’s success comes against a backdrop of relative boom in terms of real estate transactions in Malaga and on the Costa del Sol
The project, which took just four months to complete, enshrines the concept of minimalism with natural materials
Assuming you’ve got silly money to spend in Spain this year, check out our hotlist of 10 incredibly pricey properties to whet your appetite
The poor mortgage data has been blamed on Spain’s new property law, which was implemented this summer
CASTING CALL: Hit Channel 4 show Sun, Sea and Selling Houses needs British expats on Spain’s Costa Blanca and...
“Whether their budget is €50,000 or €5 million, or the house is a holiday home or a permanent one, we would love to hear from them"
Brexit is paralysing Mallorca’s property market, but high-end buyers are still steaming ahead, writes Amanda Butler
"Oh my, are the Brits going down in history as the laughing stock of Europe."
Leading agent in Spain’s San Pedro and Guadalmina, Winkworth is seeing a strong UK market despite Brexit
WHILE it is all change… it is also business as usual this year. Despite the spectre of Brexit, almost...
While the cost per square metre in Palma in 2019 sits at €2,682, in Ibiza Town it is now €3,709, making it the most expensive city to buy a house in Spain.
NEW law in Spain’s Andalucia allows 300,000 illegal homes AFO status, granting expats water and electricity access
The development will allow some of the many expats, who were duped into buying what they thought was a normal home, connection to water or electricity
7,278 properties changed hands in the eighth month of the year, compared to 8,733 in August last year.
Expect Spain’s property prices to plateau and ‘sustainable’ to become the buzzword for buyers, writes Adam Neale
The market’s appetite for sleek white villas and apartments appears to be slowly cooling but homebuyers continue to look for innovations in style, comfort, economy and, in particular, sustainability
Marbella’s urban planning saga dates back years but brighter days may be just around the corner, writes Adam Neale
The fact that after several years its urban plan still appears nowhere near finished has become a source of local and national embarrassment
Brits applying for mortgages in Spain should not panic, but should be Brexit-ready, writes Tancrede de Pola
With the value of sterling plummeting to historic lows - even dipping below €1.10 in August - Brexit has the banks scared
Non-resident renting out a property in Spain to tourists? Remember to submit Form 210 before 20th October
Avoid paying fines by declaring your rental income in Spain before the deadlineHow can the Tax Office know if you are renting out a...
Amanda Butler explains the pros and cons of ‘bare ownership’ in Spain and what it means for property buyers...
My recommendation would be to get a trusted estate agent to give you a modest valuation, or maybe three for comparison, and take the middle ground
The regions of Andalucia where the greatest falls have been recorded were in Cordoba, Sevilla and Malaga
MANILVA town hall has revealed plans to complete the thousands of unfinished homes left in the wake of the 2008 financial crash. Around 3,000 properties...
The net wealth of Spain’s poorest 50% has decreased by 4% since 2008
NEW luxury €130 million Marbella apartments want Dutch and Belgian buyers over British ‘due to Brexit’
After Belgium and the Netherlands, Scandinavians are next in terms of demand, while the British are further down the pecking order
Chartered financial planner and OP columnist Jonathan Holdaway is one step away from the home of his dreams in...
It’s amazing how just moving a few kilometres into a different postcode, can make a massive difference in price
IN PICS: Spain’s three most expensive properties REVEALED after Costa del Sol pad listed for €55 MILLION
There is only one home in the top 10 most expensive which is not based on the Costa del Sol or in the Balearics
That is where the personalised and friendly service provided by Seekers comes in very handy. With decades of experience at their finger-tips and great contacts...
WHO would have thought the weather would have been one of the main reasons the property market has been a bit up and down...