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20% of the population lives today for rent. And every day, there are thousands of people looking for apartments for rent. Once located the property that fits our budget, taste and needs, it is time to sign the lease. A document that not everyone pays too much attention, which can lead to signing clauses that limit the rights of tenants and, in many cases, are totally illegal. 

These are, the most abusive and illegal clauses most frequent in rental contracts. ...continue reading "Illegal clauses in a rental agreement"

With the signed contract and the keys delivered, the rent is underway and the challenge of coexistence between landlord and tenant begins. For there to be a good relationship between both parties, each one must be aware and assume the expenses that correspond to them, but it is not always clear how they are distributed, causing most confrontations. In this post, we explain how the expenses of a rental apartment are usually divided. ...continue reading "Rent: What does the landlord pay and what does the tenant pay?"

Getting accommodation in Spain for your internship, your holidays or for a longer stay is a real struggle as a foreigner. There are as many cities as many ways to find are not to find accommodation. We give you the keys in this article to find yours. ...continue reading "Erasmus Exchange: Important Things to Know About Accommodation in Spain"

Buying Spanish property for investment purposes is a popular option. But if you do plan to rent out your purchase, what must you do to stay legal? In this post, we outline the requirements.  ...continue reading "Renting out property in Spain. What must you do to stay legal?"

Although the Catalan community is going through a period of political uncertainty, the numbers speak for themselves: the housing price in Spain does not stop growing in the big cities and Barcelona is one of them.  ...continue reading "Looking for a property investment in Barcelona: The best apartments in the city"