David Lorenzo

Five reasons to invest in Spain NOW

December 6, 2013

Five reasons to invest in real estate in Spain After more than five years of crisis, uncertainty about when to recover the brick industry has given way to a widespread optimism, thanks largely to the closure of operations of foreign investors. “It has opened a new stage in the Spanish property market. In recent months, […]

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The Housing investment in Spain has changed

November 13, 2013

Spain’s economic problems are pretty clear:  a recession is not expected to end until the end of 2013 and unemployment of 25%. It will take time to get going, but foreign capital is now positioned around the market, in a time when everything is stabilized will open a market with a great future and very […]

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Housing Valuation Company condemned by Supreme Court for overvalued properties

October 29, 2013

The Supreme Court in Spain condemns a Housin Valuation Company  for overvalued properties The First Chamber of the Supreme Court resolved a dispute concerning the liability of an appraisal company, compared to a financial institution, for damages resulting from a sobretasación of several properties on which mortgages were collateral for two loans, resulting in the value at […]

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Buying a House in Spain IV

September 26, 2013

BUYING A HOUSE IN SPAIN IV The garage is another important aspect that may influence the choice of housing  and it  can be in two different legal situations : It may be an annex. In this case owning the home will be owning the garage. The other option is to be an independent registered property […]

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Buying a house in Spain III

September 26, 2013

BUYING A HOUSE IN SPAIN III Let’s continue with some basic Tips you can’t miss when you are buying a house in Spain: The surface of the housing is one of the most important features, but should clarify the terminology used most frequently: Floor area (meters built): the surface of the home including all elements. […]

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Buying a House in Spain II

September 12, 2013

TIPS FOR BUYING A HOME IN SPAIN  Through this series of articles I will attempt to make available to all those who dream of buying a house in Spain indications and recommendations that will help to successfully accomplish their goal, let’s start with the first and very important… the money: BUDGET WE HAVE TO BUY […]

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August 22, 2013

TITLE DEEDS IN SPANISH LAW The Title Deeds in Spanish Law                                    The Deeds are a public document notarized. In our law there are very few cases in which the deed is mandatory. There applies a general principle of freedom of form, but although the Deed is not required to grant a sale itself is very desirable […]

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More Protection For Landlords in Spain

August 15, 2013

MORE PROTECTION FOR LANDLORDS IN SPAIN Last week, the Spanish Chamber of Deputies approved the “Law on Measures Promoting Flexibility and the Rental Housing Market”. The aim of this reform is to achieve a balance between the rights of tenants and landlords, reinforcing the figure of the owner streamlining the housing market. This Act amends […]

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Insurance company sentenced to return the contributions of a housing cooperative

July 29, 2013

The Supreme Court  in Spain sentenced an insurance company to return the contributions of a housing cooperative that will not be built The Plenary session of the First Chamber of the Supreme Court resolved an appeal to the return to the Cooperative of amounts given for housing development. The First Chamber of the Supreme Court, meeting […]

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