Counting on the services of a reputable Real Estate Lawyer or Conveyancer is the best way to avoid any type of unforeseen complications when buying or selling property in Spain.
Our experienced property solicitors can take care of the numerous documents that have to be prepared in accordance with the applicable law, ensure that all parties are properly coordinated, and that the property is purchased without any existing charges or liabilities. After the sale, we will complete the Land Registry procedures on your behalf, as well as providing advice on your tax obligations and filing your tax declarations.
When a property is bought or sold, it is essential to verify its status at the Land Registry, the local tax office, the community of owners, etc, to ensure that everything is in order before completing the sale process.
Our job, apart from representing you in the negotiation process, includes the preparation and full involvement in the exchange of contracts, the final sale completion at the Notary, to arranging the payment of relevant taxes and correct registration at the Land Registry.
For simple and effective property conveyancing in Estepona or Marbella, contact us for more information.
Property conveyancing does not only involve transferring the ownership of a home from the seller to the buyer, it requires carrying out a series of important steps.
Once you have decided to buy a home in Spain, the first thing you must do is apply for the foreigner identification number (NIE). You will also need this document to open a bank account in Spain, which will be used to pay all the costs and taxes of the property.
If you have not yet relocated to Spain, it is highly recommended that you sign a Power of Attorney in favour of your property solicitor, in order that they will be able to carry out the conveyancing process on your behalf and you will not have to travel from your country for each and every one of the steps of the operation.
At Legal & Accounting Network, we will take care of every detail involved in the entire process of property conveyancing.