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British Buyers Still Happily Buying Spanish Properties Pre-Brexit

British Buyers Still Happily Buying Spanish Properties Pre-Brexit

Recently released reports From The Spanish Land Registry prove that, despite the rumour machines saying otherwise, British Buyers are still spending their Pounds on Spanish Property. The last three months of 2017, long after the Brexit vote, UK
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Some changes in Andalucia’s holiday rental licence law and an easy way to fix it!

Some changes in Andalucia’s holiday rental licence law and an easy way to fix it!

It is just over two years since the introduction of the Holiday Rental Licence in Andalucia or the VFT Licence as it is commonly known.  Since then almost 27,000 properties have been granted a holiday rental licence, although many are still, in the
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The Malaga property market is one of the strongest in Spain

The Malaga property market is one of the strongest in Spain

We are happy to say that MALAGA has enjoyed one of the strongest recoveries from the 2008 property crash. Last year, the province registered 30,300 sales, a 14.6% increase on the year before. That means that Malaga had the second highest number o
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When is a Deal a Really Good Deal?

When is a Deal a Really Good Deal?

Recently LCPSpain have been selling quite a lot of bank repossession villas and apartments. Since the improvement of finances and cash flow for many overseas buyers and investors, the amount of mortgages being issued by the banks has increased g
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Time to let you in on the Latest News!

Time to let you in on the Latest News!

Here at LCPSpain we are delighted our business continues to grow.  Thanks to the support of our clients, working with us availing of our different services, we are thrilled to be launching our new website in the next few days.  Busy Times! Alo
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What Every Property Owner Should Know

What Every Property Owner Should Know

Every day I am told by one owner or another that they don’t need to pay tax on their Spanish property as they pay tax in their home country. I’m afraid this just isn’t true and now with the advent of Rental Licenses and Sharing of information b
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FIRST OCCUPATION LICENCE, it is a must to register your Holiday Rental Property

FIRST OCCUPATION LICENCE, it is a must to register your Holiday Rental Property

The Latest Development from The Council of Tourism at Junta de Andalucía is that they are putting all their efforts into issuing a fines (€2.000 minimum) to each owner who has registered their property as a Holiday Rental Property without having a
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Registration of Holiday Rental Properties is on the up

Registration of Holiday Rental Properties is on the up

Owners of Holiday Rental Properties are realising that in order to comply with the new laws and avoid the hefty fines, they must register their properties with Junta De Andalucia. With over 33 new properties being registered every day according to t
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All you need to know to register your Holiday Rental Property at Police Station

All you need to know to register your Holiday Rental Property at Police Station

As you will be aware Legal Costa Properties are experts regarding Holiday Rental  properties and the Law. Reputable Rental Property Owners are aware that they must register their Property with the Junta De Andalucia, as detailed in our link https:/
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Do You Have a Holiday Rental Property in Andalucia?

Do You Have a Holiday Rental Property in Andalucia?

Illegal, Unregistered Holiday Rental Homes get hefty fines Seville, The capital of Andalucia has issued the first police fines under the Law Introduced to the region in February 2016. The Law states that all short term holiday rental properties in An
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FIRST OCCUPATION LICENCE

FIRST OCCUPATION LICENCE

One of the requirements to register your Property as a Holiday Rental Property is the provision of a FIRST OCCUPATION LICENCE. This is the licence granted by the Town Hall when a property or development is first build, inspected and passed over to th
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Am I due a Refund for my mortgage costs?

Am I due a Refund for my mortgage costs?

Recently Sabadell, Santander, BBVA, Bankia, CaixaBank and Ibercaja have revised their conditions and now pay 30% approx. of the mortgage costs. Why only 30%?? Well, in December 2015, The Spanish Supreme Court ruled that mortgage costs, introduced by
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