When you first move to Spain, there is a checklist of things that you need to do to become a fully legal resident. One of these important things is getting your “empadronamiento”, sometimes shorterned to “padrón”.
Moving house can be a long and tiring process. Packing up all your things from the old house, transporting them to the new home, cleaning, tidying everything up... and as if that weren’t enough, there are all the formalities to do to update your documentation.
When you move to Spain, there are certain papers that you are going to need in the Spanish bureaucratic jungle to work, study or buy a house. It can get quite overwhelming trying to figure it all out, but we are here to help you with the most important thing you are going to need as an expat: the NI
If you’re thinking of buying a house in Spain, you should first know that once the property has been transferred, the charges are also transferred. The steps you should follow depend on whether the home is second-hand, new or off-plan.
Selling a home is often a costly process, not only economically, but also in terms of time, effort and emotion. We summarise, with the help of Foro Consultores, everything you need to know and do to successfully sell a property in Spain.