The article discusses the purchase of real estate in Spain by foreigners, providing statistics about the nationality of the buyers, the purposes of their purchases, top locations and an evaluation of the economic effects of these purchases.
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The Spanish President Mariano Rajoy, met with a group of entrepreneurs and small business owners in Moncloa, Madrid to present them some general information concerning the Law of Entrepreneurs’ draft. (Anteproyecto de la Ley de Emprendedores) Mr. Rajoy introduced information about the different aid that the future Law will give to the business sector (CadenaSER.com). […]
According to the official estimate of the Ministry of Development, in the current struggling housing market, there are between 680,000 and 900,000 unsold new houses in Spain. Last year 361,831 houses were sold, half that of five years ago. The Government is searching for solutions to dispose of this huge amount of vacant housing and […]
The great variety of landscapes, excellent weather conditions, captivating history, delicious gastronomic offer and enthusiastic inhabits push more and more foreign citizens to not only spend their summer but furthermore buying a property in Spain. It is always advisable to rely on experienced Spanish lawyers to guarantee the success of the purchase.
Introduction Eurojuris International is the leading network of law firms in Europe, covering 650 different cities/locations in 17 countries. Each country has a national Eurojuris association which selects as members medium-sized independent law firms well established in their country and which, satisfy the Eurojuris selection criteria. The objective is to provide to companies, corporation, public […]
You can also see: How to acquire a real estate in Italy, England, Spain, Liechtenstein and Austria. The purchase and/or leasing of real property in the United States is governed by the laws, customs and practices of the state in which the real property is located and sometimes by local laws of the municipality or […]
You can also see: How to acquire a real estate in Italy, United States, Spain, Liechtenstein and Austria. Terminology for new buyers Exchange of contracts This is the point in the transaction when you become legally bound to purchase the property and the Seller becomes legally bound to sell to you. You will probably have […]
You can also see: How to acquire a real estate in England, United States, Spain, Liechtenstein and Austria. The following guidelines come from our own experience and are ONLY guidelines, not legal advice, so for legal questions please refer to us in proper way explaining specific circumstances. Another NOTE: PLEASE do not be ‘scared’ by […]
You can also see: How to acquire a real estate in England, United States, Spain, Liechtenstein and Italy. Form of purchase contracts Basically, purchase contracts – also concerning real estate – need not be stipulated in a specific form; in theory, an oral agreement about the object of the purchase and its price would be […]