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Once you have found a property of your choice and checked that all the information is correct, the actual buying process begins. In this article we list the normal steps in the buying process. Making an offer Initially, you must make an offer on the property, usually through the seller’s real estate agent. As in other countries, prices are open to negotiation; the asking price...
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In this article we explain the basic things to consider in order to avoid problems when buying a house in Spain. Once you have found a property you like, it is best to visit it in person to make sure it meets your needs and expectations. During an initial viewing, you may notice some obvious problems that can affect your decision to buy or negotiate...
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Firstly, you need to decide what type of house you want – are you looking for a flat with sea views, a historic property in a local town or a rural finca set in its own grounds? Making a list of all your requirements and dividing them into “must haves” and “would be nice to have” can save you a lot of time and make...
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If you want to buy a house in Spain as a foreigner, you will have to sort out some bureaucracy before you can buy a property. This series of articles is a guide to help those looking for a property in the coast of Spain or in a big city such as Madrid or Barcelona. Can non-residents and foreigners buy a property in Spain? Buying...
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If you want to buy a house in Spain as a foreigner, you will have to sort out some bureaucracy before you can buy a property. The Spanish property market has many peculiarities, and it is worth doing some research before buying a house in Spain. Factors to consider when buying a property in Spain include property scams, high capital gains tax and the fluctuations...
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The agreement establishes for this year a wage of 965 euros gross per month in 14 payments. This increase will be retroactive from 1 September, so that workers who receive the minimum wage will see it reflected in their next pay cheque. The Ministry of Labour and Social Economy and the labor unions have reached an agreement to increase the Minimum Interprofessional Wage (SMI) this...
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