No an owner cannot evict without using a legal route. Below are a list of things a landlord can and cannot do. This advice is in relation to long term rentals and habitual residence. It is advisable for both landlord and tenant to register the r
The amount of the deposit can be via a pact with the agreement of all parties. A deposit for properties used for the sole purpose of a dwelling is governed by the law and the amount payable is the equivalent of one months rental. For a commerc
Although not obligatory by law, a ´responsibilidad civil´ insurance is highly recommended.
Besides having to meet the national, regional, local and internal regulations requisites re maintenance, safety etc. it´s worth mentioning that all poo
The town halls hold responsible for the annual rates, the person who was title holder of the property on January 1 of each year. When negotiating the sale, your lawyer can come to arrangements for the purchaser to pay the tax in advance (wi
The fiscal allowances for those that purchased their ´habitual home´/ Vivienda Habital before 2013 forms one of the biggest and most widespread perks amongst tax payers in Spain.
To be able to make use of this fiscal benefit you must occupy th
Acquiring a building licence is the first step if you are planning to build your home. There are further licences needed during the various stages such as proof of build or end of works to achieve the well known “licence of first occupatio
Depending on your area/town, the invoices for IVTM / Road tax and/or IBI (council property tax) will be issued by either your town hall, the Suma office (Valencia area) or another incasso agency like the Patronato de Recaudación Provincial (And
The following article from the Agencia Tributaria website gives information in what cases the regular IVA percentage of 21% can be lowered to 10%.
Info in Spanish.
AGENCIA TRIBUTARIA ON ´REFORMAS VIVIENDAS´