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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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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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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Moving to Spain? – A Few Basics on How to Legally Buy Property in Spain

October 9, 2012

So you’ve decided that you want to move to Spain? It’s a pretty big decision, and there are many things you should take into consideration. Research: Research the area you’ve chosen to move to very carefully. You may have visited somewhere for two weeks on holiday a couple of times, but that’s very different from […]

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