Team up to date in all the legal procedures involved with residency issues and tax declaration. Besides, reasonable prices and excellent service. Highly recommended.
Almuñécar is one of the most famous tourist towns in the Granada province, located proudly on the Costa Tropical between Motril and Salobreña. With its rich history, delicious gastronomy, and unique culture, it’s no surprise that Almuñécar and its surrounding areas attract tourists and expats from all over the world every single year.
With an English-speaking solicitors’ firm like Tejada Solicitors, we can ensure that you don’t miss out on the amazing opportunities Almuñécar has to offer.
A law firm like Tejada Solicitors in Almuñecar can deliver professional legal advice and support you in a range of cases, such as:
Are you interested in purchasing a property in Almuñécar or its surrounding areas? Our property lawyers offer complete support for its clients throughout the property conveyancing process, including legal property searches, contract drafts and tax breakdowns. We offer our expert advice from beginning to end so that you can successfully purchase your desired property with the reassurance that there are no hidden costs and that everything is legal.
We also provide a total breakdown of the cost of buying a property in Almuñécar; at the very beginning of the buying process, we will give you all the information you need for total transparency. A final bill will then be presented to the clients at the end of the journey, with all taxes and expenses paid. Any balance in the client’s favour will be transferred immediately.
If you’re looking to sell your property in Spain, we also offer legal services. We can provide a service covering everything involved in the cost of selling, including the obligatory taxes required throughout the selling process. Our solicitors will act as negotiators throughout the conditions of your property sale, representing you from beginning to end.
For our expatriate clients, we provide the latest information and expert advice on the double taxation agreement between Spain and your country of origin, so that you do not end up paying more tax than you should.
We offer advice and support on all tax-related matters in Spain, including tax returns, form 720, and non-resident tax. We automatically adapt our resources to suit your needs depending on whether you are a fiscal or non-fiscal resident.
The Spanish NIE number is necessary for those that are not yet residents of Spain but would like to carry out certain processes such as creating a Spanish bank account, buying a house, or even registering a company in Spain. The NIE identifies you as a foreigner and allows you to pay non-resident taxes.
It’s important to note that having a Spanish NIE number is not the same as having Spanish residency. The NIE number does not grant you permanent Spanish residency, nor does it mean you can pay taxes as a resident.
Non-EU citizens can obtain the Spanish Golden Visa if they purchase a real estate of 500,000 euros or more within Spain. As part of the Law of Entrepreneurs, this is a way for the Spanish government to encourage property investment within Spain, as the Spanish Golden Visa also grants its holder Spanish residency.
In a tourist area like Almuñécar, non-EU citizens have a fantastic opportunity to invest their money into a Spanish property that can be used for tourist rentals or leasing, as well as to obtain Spanish residency for themselves and their families. This is a promising solution for investors in countries such as the Arab Emirates, China, Russia or the USA.
Inheritance tax, also known as ISD (impuesto de sucesiones y donaciones), is a tax that concerns both residents and non-residents in Spain. This should be paid as soon as the transfer of property, money or asset had been officially documented.
Depending on the area of Spain in which you’re located, the inheritance tax rules will vary. At Tejada Solicitors, we provide a comprehensive guide on inheritance tax that will be specifically adapted to your situation.
If you would like to find out more about common inheritance tax queries, such as its rates for non-residents and how to reduce inheritance tax, visit our page on inheritance tax in Spain.
If you own a property in Spain and rent it out, you will have several tax obligations. Our team at Tejada Solicitors can provide you with all the help and support you need to fulfil your tax obligations, with tailored solutions specific to your circumstances.
Your tax requirements will vary on a variety of factors, including your residency status (fiscal or non-fiscal), your type of rental contract (short-term or long-term) and much more. Depending on your location, you may need to apply for a license to rent out your property for touristic purposes.
You can visit our page on Renting out a property in Spain to read our expert advice on how to manage your rental properties.
As part of the sunny Costa Tropical with stunning seaside locations like La Herradura, the coast from Almuñécar to Motril is certainly a perfect spot for property rental opportunities. Almuñécar has a long history that has left its mark on this beautiful municipality, including breathtaking Phoenician ruins, the Roman aqueducts, and the castle of San Miguel. It’s no wonder that this place attracts so many visitors across Europe and beyond. If you want to venture in property rental in this area, it’s important you have the support of a legal firm to monitor all of your procedures so that everything is legal and that you don’t encounter any unnecessary fees.
Moreover, in recent years, national and local authorities have imposed stricter rules concerning holiday lettings. Having a team of experienced Solicitors in the Almuñécar area is essential. Tejada Solicitors has years upon years of experience in the entire Granada province.
Our team in Tejada Solicitors Almuñécar will provide you with an assigned specialist who will help you throughout your entire journey. Our English-speaking professionals are experts in specific fields, including lawyers, tax consultants, architects and economists. In other words, we can provide you with the best advice that is customized to your needs. Furthermore, Tejada Solicitors offer you the opportunity to represent you and act on your behalf in situations where you may not carry out your procedures (for example, if you are abroad). Simply sign a power of attorney (poder notarial) and we will deal with the rest.
From property conveyancing, holiday rental processes, to tax advice, our English-speaking professionals will help you as soon as possible. Our aim is to develop trusting, long-term cooperation with you that will benefit both sides. Remember that any transaction you make in Spain will influence the amount of taxes due.
As a family-run business, we believe in transparent and efficient communication. By working with the same law firm, we will constantly keep regular communication, update your transaction records, and really take the time to understand and provide for your personal needs.
We understand that time is precious, and that’s why we constantly strive to provide fast and efficient service. We recommend a face-to-face meeting in our Almuñécar offices in order to help you understand the legal procedures as best as possible.
However, we also understand that this may not be possible, and so we also ensure our phone calls are just as productive. For this reason, we offer both legal advice online and either a Skype or Zoom call. We also offer basic phone calls and classic email communication.
By contacting us, you can already begin preparing any necessary paperwork for your processes before arriving in Almuñécar. We can even offer your first quotation for your specific procedures to get the ball rolling.
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