Team up to date in all the legal procedures involved with residency issues and tax declaration. Besides, reasonable prices and excellent service. Highly recommended.
Vélez-Malaga is a small, yet pleasant town with a rich historical background, a strong agricultural industry (the biggest producer of avocados in Spain), and intense fishery activity. The biggest town in the Axarquia region is known for its mild sunny climate, comparatively low housing prices, calm and friendly streets, and soothing beaches, as la Caleta. This has encouraged many citizens from Germany, the UK, and other European countries to move or buy a holiday apartment in Vélez.
Letting out a property to tourists for short stays is nowadays a profitable business, which is gaining increasing momentum in the town. To register your rental property officially and learn more about taxation and applicable VAT rates, feel free to reach out to us.
In many cases, some works or refurbishment will need to be put in place to ensure efficient use of the space. Whether it is a private house or a business office, our architects will be able to offer technical advice, thereby completing the information provided by our lawyers and tax consultants.
Tejada Solicitors in Velez-Málaga can deliver professional legal advice and support you in a range of cases, such as:
If you are looking to buy a house in Spain, our property lawyers may support you through the entire process of property conveyancing, from legal searches of the property, contract drafts, tax breakdowns, to completion. Alongside providing an architectural analysis of the property and highlighting all the taxes involved with the process, we also ensure that your desired property is free of charges and legal.
We provide a total breakdown of the cost of buying a property in Velez-Malaga, providing our clients with all of the information from the very beginning of the process. A final bill is presented to the clients at the end of the journey, with all taxes and expenses paid. Any balance in the client’s favour is immediately transferred.
Looking to sell your property in Spain? Our tax advisor will inform you about the cost of selling, including all of the necessary taxes that go along with the sale. Our solicitors will represent you every step of the way, negotiating the sale conditions with the buyer’s own solicitor.
At Tejada Solicitors Velez-Malaga, we inform our clients on International Taxation between Spain and their origin country, giving advice on ways they can avoid double taxation and receive deductions.
We also provide full support regarding all relevant aspects of taxation in Spain, including Personal Income tax, Inheritance tax, and important documents such as form 720, dependent on whether our client is a Spanish citizen or not.
For foreigners who would like to carry out certain processes such as buying a house, creating a Spanish bank account, or registering a limited company in Spain, the NIE number is necessary for you. This allows you to be identified as a foreigner when carrying out these processes, as well as when paying non-resident taxes.
The NIE number is not the same as Spanish Residency; the former does not permit your permanent residence in Spain, nor paying your taxes as a resident here.
With the purchasing of real estate of 500,000 euros or more, non-EU citizens are eligible for the Spanish Golden Visa, granting them residency in Spain by the Spanish government. The Spanish Golden Visa is part of the Law of Entrepreneurs, encouraging investment in Spain.
Non-EU citizens have the opportunity to invest in popular, in-demand areas such as Malaga or Velez-Malaga, which promises business opportunities such as tourist rental and leasing of their property(s), in return for Spanish residency for themselves and their families.
Inheritance tax in Spain applies to everyone, regardless of whether you are a resident or non-resident. Tax becomes payable as soon as there is documentation to prove the transfer of inheritance (this can be money, property or any other asset) from a family member or a friend. Inheritance tax is commonly referred to in Spain as impuesto de sucesiones y donaciones – ISD.
Our guide to inheritance tax covers everything you need to know, from laws of succession, necessary documentation, to inheritance tax allowances. As inheritance tax rules can differ substantially from region to region, we offer the relevant information for our clients who are wanting to set up a life in Spain.
Any property owner who uses their property as a rental has tax obligations. At Tejada Solicitors Velez-Malaga, we offer a guide on your tax requirements, as well as necessary steps you may need to take depending on your circumstances.
Tax amounts will vary on factors such as whether you are a fiscal or non-fiscal resident of Spain. You will also need to determine whether your property offers long-term or short-term rental contracts, which will have different requirements. For example, owners of properties for short-term rental in certain regions may be required to obtain a license before renting out for touristic purposes.
To find out more information about renting out a property in Spain, as well as recommended tips for managing rental properties, please visit the following page Renting out property in Spain.
As a family-run business, Tejada Solicitors opened its first office in Vélez-Málaga and has ever since continued to expand across the Axarquia and the entire Malaga province. Our lawyers , solicitors and tax advisors are deeply connected with the people and businesses in Vélez-Málaga and are therefore ideal legal partners for completing all kinds of formalities.
Tejada Solicitors Velez-Malaga will be glad to guide you through the legal steps of buying property, renting it out as a holiday apartment, making a will for inheritance purposes, planning taxes on investments and setting up new businesses. As you will see in our clients reviews, we are committed to providing professional and reliable services based on accurate information and clear communication.
By working with the same law firm, you benefit from regular communications (e.g. alerts informing you about your tax obligations), keeping an updated record of your transactions, and following up with the same specialist, who knows about your personal situation and specific needs. As a family-run business, we believe in clear and efficient communication.
The fastest way to solve a doubt is calling directly. One of our English speaking solicitors will answer your questions and assist you over the phone.
Scheduling an online meeting is also a practical way of communicating, especially if you are still abroad and want to get to know us first. Once the procedure has been clarified, it usually makes sense to set up physical meeting, to discuss further details and start working together.
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