Abusive mortgage clauses in Spain: you can now claim back other expenses in addition to the amount overpaid

European justice declares the right to claim back abusive mortage clause claim expenses. This judgement overrules a Spanish Supreme court decision from 2015 that declared that legal expenses would be split 50/50 between banks and customers.

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Getting a mortgage in Spain

Have you finally decided to take the leap and buy your dream home in Spain? If you are lucky enough to be a cash buyer then congratulations! However, some people will need to take out a mortgage to pay for the property. Good news: Spain is a great place to do so as this wonderful country offers great deals for new home owners to finance their property.

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Short vs. long term leases in Spain: what you need to know before signing the contract

When signing a lease contract in Spain make sure to do your research not just on the basics, such as the state of the property, the average price in the area and so on, but also on the small print of Spanish contract law so you know exactly what you are signing and what your rights are if any problems arise during the duration of the contract.

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July Newsletter

The "new normal" has officially arrived in Spain, along with the first wave of Summer 2020 tourists now borders are reopening. Click to read our new July newsletter!

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Renting out your property in Spain

Whether you purchased a property in Spain as an investment and always intended to rent it out or have just simply decided you don’t spend enough time there and could use some extra income, in this guide you will find some basic information all Spanish landlords need to know before renting out their home.

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Selling a home in Spain

If you are planning on selling your property in Spain, know that the process might differ from that of your home country. The good news is though that careful preparation and smart decisions can help everything run smoothly. We have prepared a small need-to-know guide for you.

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June “New Normal” Newsletter

The nationwide state of alarm has officially ended, meaning we can now travel freely throughout Spain. In other news, Spain's border have reopened to Schengen tourists and will be open to all other international travellers after 1st July 2020.

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What you need to know before buying a home in Spain

Buying a new home can be a very daunting idea, especially when doing so in a foreign country whose language you might not speak. We have good news for you though – the process is not as complicated as you might think, especially if you plan each step well in advance and calculate enough budget to cover all expenses with extra left over for any unexpected surprises.

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Costa del Sol: the new hotspot for working from home

2020 is without a doubt “the year of working from home” due to the Covid-19 world pandemic. Companies that had previously been reluctant to introduce this method have now been forced to do so, and have been pleasantly surprised by the results. Thanks to the wonders of modern technology and the internet working from home is more than an option for many businesses, it’s the future.

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June Phase 3 Newsletter

Our new newsletter brings good news: Málaga has entered into Phase 3 a week earlier than expected! Read on for a summary on the new rules.

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