Financial advice in Spain
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The beginning of 2021 has been tough. The downward trend of foreign investment in Spain seemed to continue following the first year of the Coronavirus pandemic. However, an effective vaccination campaign opened up a more optimistic outlook that fostered the general economic recovery in Spain, especi
We all know that our houses need work from time to time. Doing a major renovation is tempting as it can add value to your home, but it's also sometimes a very scary process because of the time and cost it entails. We are going to propose some alternatives within the means of any budget. With these s
Article written by Juan Cabrerizo, SATE specialist and thermal insulation expert at Propamsa
People's desire to leave home and travel again is greater than ever. The covid-19 pandemic is still ongoing, but thanks to high vaccination rates and the use of the digital certificate, we are now freer and safer to pack our bags and go on vacation. So it is obviously to be expected that tourist ac
How long do Spanish banks take to grant a mortgage? This is one of the most frequent questions asked by those who are in the process of buying a house and need financing in Spain, both for residents and non-residents applying for a mortgage in Spain.
Building your own home is likely the cheapest option in Spain, saving you hundreds of thousands of euros, if not more. Many owners resort to it. They buy an empty plot of land and hire professionals do build them their dream home.
If you're considering moving to Spain, an important element to consider is where you're most likely to find a job and the unemployment rate in Spain. Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Cádiz are the provinces with the highest unemployment rate in Spain in the current crisis period for jobs caused by the COV
The process of finding, negotiating and signing a mortgage in Spain can be complex and stressful. This is especially the case if you're not from Spain or are taking out a mortgage in Spain for the first time.
Most non-residents are vaguely aware that on selling property in Spain, a buyer practices a 3% retention on the sale proceeds which is paid directly to the Spanish Tax Office. But often they tend to forget about it post-completion.
*Article by Rosana Ramírez from Alecora Tax & Legal Services
Spain has introduced its new electricity tariff charges this June 2021, meaning that customers, including the thousands of expats living in Spain, will have to get used to reading a new electricity bill and in many cases, higher household expenses and utility bills.
On Monday 26th of April, Andalusia’s coalition government agreed to lower taxes in the region of Andalusia. Concretely, the following six taxes will be significantly reduced: IRPF (personal income tax) IHT (inheritance tax) Patrimonio (wealth tax)