I want to Sell my Property in Spain?

“I want to sell my property in Spain, how can you help?” We get this question asked a lot, and in most cases it’s because many Vendors and Property owners need advice and expertize in choosing the right Real Estate Agent. If your considering selling your property please feel free to get in touch, we would love to hear from you!

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Can you help Sell my Property in Spain?

RJH Estates networks with over 900+ Estate Agents on the coast via the Resales Online Platform, giving you maximum international exposure to an ever demanding and increasing market here on the Costa Del Sol. Just send us a short message outlining the details of your property, location and anything else you feel necessary so we can take over and make the magic happen.

However, it doesn’t stop there…

We will also advertise and market your property on various other portals and platforms, along with the local agent networks bringing the buyer to you! We are always looking for new and exciting properties to add to our ever expanding portfolio, so please use the contact form below and one of the team will get back to you to discuss your options further.

What do i need to Sell my Property in Spain?

Selling your property can be (But doesn’t need to be) a lengthy process; in the right hands we try to ensure that this isn’t the case.

Below you will find everything you need to know and do to successfully sell a property in Spain.  These documents are necessary to list your property for sale in Spain effectively and efficiently. You can find more resources in our comprehensive Buyers Guide which is equally important to Vendors to know what Information buyers will be looking for.

The Title Deed (Escritura)

This is the Legal Document for your property and the information within that confirms and shows that you are the Legal owner.

Proof of Mortgage Cancellation (If Applicable)

This is carried by your Lawyer during the conveyancing and due diligence carried out, the cancellation and expenses must be made so that the new buyer can register the property in his or her name. This operation is usually done by your Lawyer at the same time as the registration of the sale at the notary’s office.

Spanish Property Tax (IBI) Receipts

The payment receipts and a certificate that proves you are up to date with payments are also necessary. The person responsible for paying this tax will be the person who owns the property. Again, your Lawyer will carry out the necessary checks to ensure that payments are up to date and that the buyer and new owner will not inherit any debt and purchase unencumbered.

Community fees (If applicable)

The community of owners or management company that is responsible for any communal facilities will provide this document, again showing that payments are up to date, or if any debt or payments outstanding are present.  The urbanización with the approval of the president will provide a certificate of payment for any/all communal fees to be paid.

A copy of the rules for the community of owners will also be passed on to the buyers Lawyer.

Utility bills for Electricity, Gas, Water etc

Showing reference and/or account numbers, the most recent paid bills for each of the above.

 

Sell my Property in Spain - Energy Performance Certificate EPC (Certificado de Eficiencia Energetica – CEE)

Energy performance Certificate – EPC (Certificado de Eficiencia Energetica – CEE)

An energy performance certificate has been mandatory since 2013. The Owner must provide a copy of the Energy Performance Certificate, which will be provided to the Buyers Lawyer.

Technical Building Inspection (Inspección Técnica de Edificios or ITE)

If this document applies to the property, It’s necessary to provide it as part of the convenyancing.

Certificate of Habitability or Licence of First Occupation (LPO – Licencia de Primera Ocupación)

The Licence of First Occupation (also known as Habitation Licence or Certificate of Habitation

In Spanish – Licencia de Primera Ocupación or Cédula de Habitabilidad

This is a licence issued by the Town Hall and is granted once the building works have been completed, stamped and approved by the local authority. This is the document that proves the property is Legal and registered fully and properly.

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"After searching for our very own "Place in the Sun" from the comfort of home, we finally decided to take the plunge and ventured out to the Costa Del Sol.  We contacted RJH Estates who were more than helpful in making all the arrangements, and after a number of viewings we found the perfect Holiday Home that we had always dreamt of!  Richard was so helpful and attentive to our needs, he not only found us the perfect home, but introduced and recommended us to Solicitors to handle the purchase.  We fully recommend Richard and RJH Estates"

Mr & Mrs Stimpson

Berkshire, UK

"Our plans to retire and live in sunny Spain were finally realised after speaking with RJH Estates. Richard made us feel so relaxed for what was such an important decision and the whole process was surprisingly stress free from start to finish.  We eventually found the Villa we always pictured in our minds, and plan to be drinking Sangria in the Sun for many years to come."

P & D Davis

Cheshire, UK

"We decided to invest in Spain after speaking with friends who had already bought an apartment from plan. Our ideas were to spend the Winter on holiday, and rent our property for the Summer months, after visiting numerous projects and going through plans we decided on a beachfront apartment and couldn't be more happy with our decision. RJH Estates guided us and entertained us through the duration, and would highly recommend."

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Stockholm, Sweden

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