A NOTA SIMPLE is a Spanish informative document. It is a succinct extract of the content of the current entries of a property at the registry.
Legal and taxation
What you need to know about the Cadastral Reference if you have a property or if you are thinking of buying one in Sotogrande, Marbella or any other place in Costa del Sol... Learn more!
As of today 29th April 2021 the rates of ITP have been reduced in Andalucía. Bottom line you will pay less property tax when you buy a resale property between now and the end of the year.
Questions and Answers in regard Great Britain citizens post Brexit. Charles Gubbins interviewed Magdalena Marín García from Triay & Triay Lawyers Spain to clarify some of the most asked questions by clients and colleagues on this topic.
With the verbal agreement in principle reached with Spain that Gibraltar will be included in the group of countries covered by Schengen, the jurisdiction will become once more an attractive place for high-net-worth individuals to reside. This of course has benefits for Sotogrande....
Selling you home at some point is inevitable as everything has a cycle... I have listed some of the most important documentation you should have at hand when selling your Sotogrande property...
For most people buying a property is something you do on very few occasions during a lifetime. Rarer still would be buying a property in a foreign country. Understanding the process of the country you are buying in is therefore very important, and engaging a reputable lawyer to provide advice, is something I would strongly recommend to any would be applicant.
Having peace of mind on your vacations is fundamental, one way to ensure this is to have cover against accidental damage of your Sotogrande holiday home. This affordable insurance represents a convenient alternative to a deposit, to both owners and renters.
A potential buyer of a Sotogrande property can request a “Certificate of No Urban Infringement”. Something rarely seen before in Sotogrande.. Find out more!
What Brexit will mean for businesses and individuals in the EU? Leon Fernando Del Canto analyzes the situation particularly for the large number of British citizens living and working in Spain. Article published by the Bloomberg Tax website.
With the 31st October 2019 quickly approaching we thought it would be helpful to share some key web site Links for those who wish to keep informed about Brexit.
Mark Stücklin from Spanish Property Insight concludes, in this very interesting article on the numbers of expats living in Spain, that it can be argued that Brexit has caused some growth in British expats to Spain rather than a decline.. since the referendum.