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In April this year the number of homes sales recorded by the Spanish Land Registry surged by 31%, compared to the same month in 2017, according to the National Institute of Statistics (INE). Property portal Idealista.com published its own statistics on price increases, which show an increase of prices by nearly 0.8% for the month of May, compared to May 2017, thanks to booming demand. Year-on-year, resale house prices rose by 7.8%, according to the portal's own data.

Tue, 19/06/2018 - 09:00

If you happen to own an overseas property and you incur debts on this property, this may well affect your chances of purchasing another property back home. For example, if you do not pay your obligatory service charge or community fee in Spain or any other property related tax, you could end up losing your foreign property as a result and be unable to buy a property in your home country.

Mon, 18/06/2018 - 09:00

If you are planning to invest in real estate in Mallorca, be it in the residential or commercial sector, you will need the services of a good law firm, one that can deal with national and international clients in Spanish as well as other languages. Lawyers in Mallorca are used to dealing with international clients on matters of taxation, real estate (conveyancing), probate and inheritance tax and a whole range of other topics, including divorce.

Wed, 06/06/2018 - 09:00

If you are planning to invest in real estate in Marbella, be it in the residential or commercial sector, you will need the services of a good law firm, one that can deal with national and international clients in Spanish as well as other languages. Lawyers in Marbella are used to dealing with international clients on matters of taxation, real estate (conveyancing), probate and inheritance tax and a whole range of other topics, including divorce.

Tue, 29/05/2018 - 09:00

Multi-lingual law firms in Barcelona deal with a wide range of legal matters that are of interest to overseas clients, from commercial trade, family law to intellectual property, commercial and residential real estate, European Union law and immigration. If you are planning to move to Spain and start a business in Barcelona, they can also advise you on the complex issues of employment law, as there are differences between the individual EU member states.

Fri, 18/05/2018 - 11:44