Property tax

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IBI Tax Explained

Unbeknownst to most non-resident property owners, on buying property in Spain, you automatically become liable to pay IBI tax the following year. No one will give you the heads up on this tax, so it is up to you to find out how much you owe and comply with your local Tax Authorities.
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.
These are the tax breaks you can receive for short-term holiday lets in Spain / Gtres

Buy-to-let in Spain: landlord tax reliefs

As you are probably aware by now, one of the best, if not the best, businesses in Spain as of late is to rent out property, specifically as a holiday home (short-term). Property prices in Spain have picked up since 2018 and we are witnessing a 5% capital appreciation across the board.
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