Legal and taxation

Short term rental properties

In May 2016 Andalucía became the last of the main tourist destinations to legislate in respect of short term holiday lets. It is one of the biggest rental markets in Spain with the new registration system expected to uncover 80,000 properties offering a total of 400,000 beds.

Landlord Taxation Guide to Renting in Spain

Lawyer and legal expert Raymundo Larraín Nesbitt recently published Renting in Spain – Landlord Taxation Guide, summarising the tax obligations of non-resident landlords in Spain, including the tax allowances and deductions they can benefit from. We've reproduced some of the key points below.

New Legislation short term rentals 2016

In compliance with this Decree, and with Law 13/2011, of Tourism in Andalusia, landlords may register as from the 11th of May 2016 onwards, day on which this new Decree will come into force