Translators: Your lawyer may be able to see to all translations, in which case he may charge separately for this service. Otherwise you can expect to pay an hourly rate to an agency. If you are having problems contacting a reliable translator, contact us and we'll try to help.
Gestoría: If you don't want to get the services of a lawyer, you would be well advised to pay for the services of one of the many gestorias, firms specialised in obtaining official authorisations, permits, licences etc. The estate agent organising the purchase may be able to recommend one. Otherwise you could ask at your local Consulate.
Notary fees are set by the Spanish state and the final amount you pay will depend
on the value of the property you buy. A notary must be present when the parties
involved, buyer and seller, sign the Purchase/Sale deeds (escritura).
Registro de Propiedad: The land registrar fees are established according to regulations stated by the state.
|Other useful links|
|Latest news on the property market in Spain Selection of news articles related to the real estate market here.|
|Mortgages in Spain, a brief introduction to the Spanish mortgage market, how it works and interest rates in Spain|
|Spanish banks, before applying for a mortgage, find out more about Spain's most popular banks and Spanish savings banks.|
|Property taxes in Spain, description of taxes involved in purchasing property and yearly property taxes in Spain.|
|Useful Spanish vocab for buying a house - you should learn at least the basic terms. Check out our pronunciation guide too.|
|Renting property in Spain - if you want to buy to rent, then read this section and our free notice board of property to rent in Spain.|
|Spanish lawyers - information on lawyers fees in Spain for property transactions|
|Houses for sale in Spain - take a look at the kind of houses available. Or check out our free Spain property for sale board.|