Guide to selling property in Spain


Guide to selling property in Spain
 
 
Do you have a Spanish property for sale but you are not aware of how you can do it while complying with the terms of your country? Well, before you can even sell a property, it is necessary that your documents in the ownership of the property are clear. Though some rural and older properties in Spain may not have any required paper works, it is still best that you have the required papers for you to sell property in Spain.
 
In your property ownership papers, make sure that all important information including the total land area and the price about the property that is being sold are indicated. Let a reliable Escritura do it for you if you don't want to go through the hassles of preparing the papers on your own. By the time of selling, it is recommended that you must have already paid the community charges that would be applied on your property. Also, don't forget to pay the IBI or the Impuesto de Bienes Inmuebles right on time to the local town hall to secure all charges.
 
 
Things that Should Be Considered in Selling a Spanish Property.
 
So, how can you sell property in Spain? Check out the information below:
 
  • Consider making your property well dressed and presented to ensure that buyers will be attracted to buy it and never have second thoughts whether they should be purchasing it or not. See to it that your property can showcase its value and make it worth buying for any interested buyers. Once your property is already in its best possible look, you can start marketing it online or through the help of online brokers or sales agents.
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  • Find a real estate company or agent that could help you in finding the cash rich overseas buyers for your property and it can also help you in determining the right price for your property. When it comes to the price, keep in mind that you must have a fixed price in mind, and get straight to the point in fixing the price offering with your agent.
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  • Retain a reliable abogado or lawyer who can assist you in the process of selling. Your abogado will be the one preparing the paper works from the contracts to the tax returns. He will be the one ensuring all the legalities throughout the process. The lawyer will also help in finalizing the best possible deal and make it possible to write everything down on the contract. Your abogado can also stand as the witness as you and your buyer is signing the title deeds.
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As soon as the paper works are done, the completion will took place in the office of the Notaria Publica. The legal possession will then take place and your entire legal ownership will then be transferred to the buyer. With the help of the notary, the sales agreement will be reviewed and the funds for sale will be received by you.
When everything is settled, the copy of the title deeds will be given to the person who bought the property and the representative of the notary while the original copy will be sent for registration to the land registry.
 
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