When you sign the purchase of a house, you assume that you acquire a home with all your previous documents, including the occupation license. There are few cases in which real estate has been sold without this permit, or a home without a first occupation license has been deeded. In this post, we inform you in detail about the sale without a license. ...continue reading "Can you sell a house without a first occupation license?"
Cadastral Value or market value of the property?
The Spanish Tax Administration applies taxes on the property transmissions in accordance with a valuation method utilising the cadastral value of the property multiplied by coefficients.
It turns out that, according to art. 10 of the corresponding Law of Patrimonial Transmissions, the taxable base of the Tax is constituted by the market value of the property of the transferred good, but, according to art. 57.1 of the General Tax Law, the real value of the property transferred is determined by applying a multiplier coefficient to the assessed value of the property.
Does it sound like that small changes are powerful? If you want your home to be more ecological and healthy by just changing small gestures of your day to day you can get it, contributing your grain of sand following these tips full of energy savings for your home. ...continue reading "Tips to have a greener house"
In the event that you are going to build a house from scratch or go to make a major reform in an existing home, you should bear in mind that you will need a first occupancy license. In this post, we explain in detail everything you need to know about this document. ...continue reading "License of first occupation"
Spain is positioned as the most attractive market to invest in second homes, according to a study prepared by the real estate consultancy Savills and the vacation rental platform Home Away. ...continue reading "Spain is the most attractive market to invest in second homes"