Some works to upgrades on your Spanish home? Home improvement law in Spain can be confusing for those who aren’t legal experts. It often comes as a surprise that you are required to get planning permission for even small improvements to your Spanish house. Why you...
Complementary tax is the tax payable on the difference between the amount declared as the purchase price and how much the Spanish Authority values your property at. The issuing of demands for complementary tax seems to be increasing at a rapid rate and it can be quite...
When you sell a property in Spain you may have to pay two property taxes: 1. Capital Gains Tax (incremento de patrimonio): is a tax payable on the profit made on the sale of a property. 2. Plusvalía is the tax charged on the increase in the officially assessed value...
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