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How to Obtain a Tourist Licence (Valencia Community)

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Now that we are receiving a number of enquiries about registering a property in the Valencian Community we wish to provide clients with some information about obtain a Tourist Licence. As it is a complex matter, we are setting the information out as clearly as possible. Currently our registration service fees are 40€ + VAT = 48.40€. We also can... Read more »

Buying a Business in Spain (Post coronavirus)

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Coronavirus has changed buying a business in Spain. Also business life in Spain will never be like it was. This is my opinion rather than a fact, but I’ll need a lot of time to be proven wrong. The good news if you can call it that, is it’s going to be worse elsewhere. Spain will get off relatively lightly... Read more »

Equity Release and Bare Ownership

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We are posting this article on equity release and bare ownership for our partners Spanish Equity Release Solutions. They will offer you the perfect solution to unlock some of the valuable equity in your home. Are you asset-rich but cash-poor? Do you need access to available cash in later life ? If you have answered “yes” to these questions then... Read more »

Risk Free Investment in Spain

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We have investors who need a fantastic return and risk-free investment in Spain. Guaranteed property investment in Spain, unlike anything the market has ever seen before. We can now offer an “Equity Release” solution to people who need it in Spain and you can take advantage. The corona virus has opened the door to a wonderful investment opportunity all over... Read more »

State of Alarm Extended – What does this mean?

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Tonight Pedro Sanchez announced that the State of Alarm has just been extended in Spain until May 24th. This is the fourth time it has been extended (remember that Spain is timing the State of Alarm in 2 week periods unlike other countries). What does the “State of Alarm” actually mean? The State of Alarm allows the government to control... Read more »

Moratorium on Rent for Businesses

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Tenants of commercial premises have until the 23rd of May 2020 to request a moratorium on rent for businesses. This was approved by Royal Decree-Law 15/2020 to support the economy and employment of Spain during the State of Alarm. This Royal Decree-Law 15/2020 was quite a complicated one covering measures of all kinds. Including a moratorium of rent for businesses.... Read more »

Property inspections

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Please see below as we explain how we can introduce you to someone who deals with property inspections. Most of Spain is currently on ERTE. This is a temporary unemployment benefit which an economist explained to me yesterday is like putting the country into an induced coma. From which we will wake it up from once the conditions are right... Read more »

Reasons For Looking at a Will

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There are many reasons for looking at a Will, whether to write a new one, or to review one. Not only in these very difficult times with covid-19 in mind but generally. Family Reasons Some family reasons for writing a Will could be the birth of a child or of grandchildren or nephews and nieces. Alternatively an adoption in the... Read more »

Initiatives to help Small Businesses in Spain

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Many small businesses in Spain are suffering from a short term cash flow crisis. The government is trying to help and has two new measures released this week. Loans for Small Businesses We spoke previously in a blog post about the 10-year loans at an interest rate of 0% for small to medium sized companies (small businesses and medium businesses)... Read more »

Insurance in Spain During Coronavirus

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Insurance. What do do if you have a claim, renewal etc. Many businesses are still running on the Costa Blanca because they need to and we need them. The Insurance sector is one such business. We heard from Right Move insurance for example, this week and that is certainly a vital service. We deal with Donna and a few other insurance... Read more »

Coronavirus in Spain.

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Coronavirus in Spain, fines, unemployment benefit and more. “May you live in Interesting times”. I would love to be living in very uninteresting times just now, but as you are aware, that is not the way things are!  Spain has been hit pretty bad by the virus. According to the official reports Spain is flattening the curve. Because of the welcome news... Read more »

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