Monter_House   Once you have instructed “MONTER ABOGADOS” for the Conveyance of your Purchase, you can rely on the security and the tranquillity of your transaction. Every aspect of the conveyance will be handled personally by our own offices in Spain, and our Associates in the United Kingdom. Whether, buying or selling property in Spain, we work hard to protect your interests and give you peace of mind.

Conveyancing: Buying & Selling Property: Check Points

The selller’s Escritura Pública, or Title Deed, is registered in the Property Registry (Registro de la Propiedad).

A Nota Simple from the Property Registry, shower that no mortgages are registered against the property.

Certification document or “Certificado Catastral,” that describes the property in detail.

The legality and “Plan Parcial” if you buy on an urbanisation, and assurance of a building permit exists.

A paid-up receipt for the Municipal Real Estate Tax (Council rates), or “Impuesto sobre Bienes Inmuebles (IBI)”.

Receipt for paid-up community charges and a copy of the Statutes if you buy on a community (i.e apartment complex or housing estate).

Copies of owner’s bills for electricty, water, rubbish collection and even the telephone.

Private purchase contract and review the terms of the contract proposed.

An “Escritura Pública de Compraventa” or Title Deed signed before a Public Notary.

Payment of fees and taxes, and the 3% retention paid to Spanish Revenue if you buy from a non-resident.

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