Contrato de compraventa de vivienda: a private property sales contract is a private document in which the seller must hand over a property to the buyer for an agreed price.
It is important to pay attention to certain aspects of the sales contract such as who will be liable for any previously unpaid bills etc. It is always advisable to consult a legal expert before signing any private property sales contract and of course to obtain the nota simple from the property registry to make sure the property has no outstanding debts or liabilities.
The National Consumers Institute has approved a new standard private property sales contract which has been adapted to fit in with current laws for consumer protection.
strongly advise that you consult a legal
expert before signing a private property sales contract.
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|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|
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|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|
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