Discover the benefits of our conveyancing and legal services
Are you considering buying or selling a property in Spain but don’t know where to start? A conveyancing consultant’s help is the best option to make sure you make safe and profitable decisions. Discover here the benefits you can get from working with a property consultant to manage the paperwork and taxes for your home.
Understanding the legal services of a conveyancing and legal services firm.
Before choosing a suitable property conveyancing firm, it is essential to understand its services. Good property management service providers will offer you a wide range of services, including
Buyer PackFull conveyancing service
Calculation of the taxes involved
Preparation of purchase and sale contracts.
Verification that the house is legal.
Verification that the house has no debts
Resolving queries and questions
Contact with the other party
Preparation and assistance at the notary's office
Payment of taxes
Management and registration of the deed
Domiciliation and change of electricity, water, Ibi and community contracts.
Delivery of balance sheet and supporting documents
It is vital to contract a real estate consultant before buying or selling a property in Spain because they can advise you on legal and tax matters from the very beginning. This avoids surprises and surprises.
Asesoria Orihuela Costa also offers advice on mortgage applications and similar matters. You should familiarise yourself with all these services before making your choice.
Consider your needs and your budget.
When choosing a property consultant, it is crucial to consider your individual needs and the budget you have available. Different managers offer different packages and prices, which may depend on whether you are buying or selling a property.
It is also essential to consider any additional services you may need, such as handling queries or disputes. In addition, you should be aware of any additional fees or costs associated with your chosen provider and ensure that you are not being overcharged for their services.
Research the market for experienced property conveyancers.
Before making a final decision, it is essential that you research the market for a reputable property management conveyancing. Consider asking family and friends who have recently gone through the process for their opinion.
It is also helpful to check Google reviews and ratings, which can provide an indication of customer satisfaction with the conveyancer’s services. Thorough research will give you a better understanding of what is available, and you will be better positioned to make an informed decision.
A better understanding of the current legal regulations related to buying and selling a house in Spain.
An expert real estate conveyancing will give you instructions and legal regulations applicable in your region. Thanks to this knowledge, they can guide you to avoid unwanted legal problems when entering the real estate market.
When you work with a real estate consultant, you can invest wisely in relation to the laws that protect you legally.
Compare fees, charges and service levels for conveyancing.
Price is essential when comparing property management services, but it is not the only factor to consider. Depending on the circumstances of your property purchase or sale, you may want to consider the additional services offered by the property manager.
These may include specialist advice from energy experts, NIEs, architects, notaries, lawyers and other experts who can assess various parts of your transaction for accuracy and protect the legal interests associated with it. In addition, look for levels of customer service that match the frequency with which you need to be kept informed of the progress of your transaction.
What does a property consultant do after the sale?
When all the formalities of the sale and purchase are completed, Asesoria Orihuela Costa will provide you with a balance sheet with all expenses and supporting documents.
We can calculate and present the annual taxes for the property.
We can take care of all the paperwork involved with your property.