ITP property transfer tax

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Find out what taxes you have to pay when you buy a new or used home in Spain / Pixabay

Taxes on buying property in Spain

On buying a home in Spain, the first point is to determine whether you are buying new build (off-plan or sobre plano, in Spanish) or else a resale (second-hand property or reventa, in Spanish). Two different sets of taxes apply depending on which property type you acquire.
How do you make your foreign vehicle official in Spain?

How to register your car in Spain

If you’re moving to Spain permanently and becoming a Spanish resident, you will need to register your vehicle in the country. From that moment on, you have six months in which to register your car with the authorities.
What is the ITP and how is it calculated?

ITP: what it is and how to work it out

ITP (Impuesto sobre Transmisiones Patrimoniales y Actos Jurídicos Documentales), in English Property Transfer Tax and Documented Legal Acts, is an indirect tax which is applied to onerous transfers of property, in other words operations of exchange of wealth or assets between living persons (such as
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