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If you own property in Spain or live here as a resident, you are going to need an N.I.E. number. In this post we explains what an NIE number is, why you need one, and how to get one, either in or outside of Spain.

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According to the Real Estate Trends Report from the Appraisal Society the average price of houses in Spain experienced an annual average increase of 5.5% in 2018, standing at 1,613 / m2. In the second half of the year, the average price increased by 2.7%.

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Of course, buying a property will mean at some point in the future that either the property will be sold or that it will be transferred to other family members.

It is very useful to prepare your estate planning regarding your Spanish assets:

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Sooner or later, after several years of complying with mortgage payments, it is time to finish paying it off. This debt ends, either because all the monthly payments have been paid, or because enough capital has been saved to liquidate the loan in advance. The owner of a property must take a series of steps to formally cancel the mortgage. In this post, we detail the steps you have to take in this procedure. ...continue reading "Guide to cancel your mortgage in Spain"

The Brexit transition period agreed in March gives British expatriates and those wishing to move to Spain more time to prepare.  This was welcome news, but a small delay like this could slow people down in taking crucial actions that are fairly urgent - the clock is still ticking to get ready in time, particularly where paperwork is involved.   ...continue reading "Brexit transition and residency in Spain"