Sellers & Buyers Guides
Buying and selling property in Spain is different from other countries. Here, you can find useful information about property taxes, residential visas, and the legal process, as well as what you need to know about keeping a horse in Spain. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please drop us a line – we’re always happy to answer your questions.
Written by Anne Hernandez of BREXPATS IN SPAIN Spanish Visa for the UK Nationals ‘It doesn’t affect you so why do you bother?’ I am frequently asked. I bother because I don’t like to think of my fellow Brits, in their nativity, being led up the garden path into spending their hard earned money on […]
Costs of Buying and Selling what you need to know! We at Cleo get asked many times what the costs are for buying a property in Spain. When buying a Spanish property there are both costs for the buyer and seller. However, there are uncertainties as to which costs belong to the buyer and which […]
BUYING A PROPERTY IN SPAIN This article is aimed to give you tips on buying a property in Spain, so helping you to avoid the possible pitfalls. Preliminary Steps for buying a property in Spain Once you have found your ideal property a small reservation fee will be required in the region of 1.000 to 6.000 Euros, which is […]
SELLING YOUR PROPERTY IN SPAIN If you have already read our article, BUYING PROPERTY IN SPAIN and you have successfully purchased a property this is to give you an idea as to the taxes that you may incur in as non resident when selling the same property which should be taken into account when establishing the sale’s price. Plusvalia […]
Owning a horse in Spain – what you need to know Spain is a lovely place to own a horse, the riding is lovely and the Spanish are keen horseman and are very proud of the Pura Raza Español (PRE). However, there are laws in place for owning a horse in Spain, since 2002 it […]
What is the AFO? is a very common question that keeps coming up. The acronym AFO – Asimilado Fuera de ordenación – has now become a part of the selling process for rural properties. But why has this come about? Well the AFO by means of an administrative certificate confirms the legal status of the property as […]