Blog Category: Businesses in Spain


Become a partner of Spanish Solutions

Posted and filed under Businesses in Spain, Property in Spain, Property Purchase/Sale Service.

Law, Tax, Property advice for expats in Spain.  Do you have a property related business in your home country? Are you a real estate professional, (or even a start up) accountant, lawyer or financial advisor? Do you need someone on the ground in Spain to assist your clients with conveyancing, tax and Spanish law.  Are you losing deals in Spain… Read more »

Is your company in Spain actually “selling”?

Posted and filed under Businesses in Spain.

Sales in Spain.  Do you own a business in spain? Are you actually selling or just reacting to enquiries? I ́ve had quite a few experiences with sales teams in Spain recently; the average result is well, average. I spoke to two different sectors last week; A Cross fit gym in Torrevieja and a BMW garage about why they struggle… Read more »

Does Spanish Solutions have a lawyer?

Posted and filed under Businesses in Spain, Legal Issues in Spain, No Win No Fee, Off-Plan Deposit Legal cases, Property in Spain, Wills, Probate, Donation and Inheritance.

Clients often ask us who is the lawyer in Spanish Solutions. We had this question only this week. In fact we have two. Many of our existing clients know that Spanish Solutions has been associated with Pedro Molina and Molina Solicitors for over a decade now. In fact, we are very proud to be so closely tied to them as… Read more »

Real estate agents based abroad have more reasons to use Spanish Solutions.

Posted and filed under Businesses in Spain, Legal Issues in Spain, Paperwork (NIE, Residencia, Padron), Property in Spain, Property Purchase/Sale Service, Taxes in Spain.

  . What having a legal collaborator in Spain can do for your Real Estate business.     Are you an estate agent based outside of Spain?  Finding the right law collaborators might be the most important thing you do for your company and your clients!    Many estate agent first begin their search for a collaborator in Spain by… Read more »

Protecting your Trade Mark in Spain

Posted and filed under Businesses in Spain.

We imagine many clients to not even think about protecting a Trade Mark in Spain.  The principle must be to never let the Domain Name that corresponds to the name everyone knows you by not be renewed. We mean expire and become eligible for other companies to register, such as our “Spanish Solutions”. Registering a Trademark First of all you should… Read more »

Paying tax in Spain. 

Posted and filed under Businesses in Spain, Taxes in Spain.

Paying tax in Spain.    The number of times Spanish Solutions are asked “how much tax do I pay in Spain” increases every week. Here, we’ll try to explain some of the basic details regarding the tax situation for expats in Spain.    We’d like to thank our inhouse accountant, Mari Carmen Gomez Poveda of MC Consultants in Torrevieja who… Read more »

Business opportunity in Spain – An English School

Posted and filed under Businesses in Spain, General Articles of Interest.

Are you moving to Spain? And setting up a business? Maybe opening an English school franchise is an option. Spanish Solutions can help. Here is an idea you might like:- Spanish Solutions recently met with members of the Helen Doron team in Cuenca, near to Madrid.  Helen Doron could be a perfect fit for those looking to get involved in a… Read more »

The New Legal Procedure for Holiday Rentals (Valencia Region)

Posted and filed under Businesses in Spain, General Articles of Interest, Legal Issues in Spain, Local area.

You may recall last year that we posted an article about the new law that it is obligatory for all owners letting out properties as holiday lets in the Valencia region with no official agent to apply for a tourist licence  (we can only comment on our area). Please see this article on How to obtain a tourist licence Alicante    How to… Read more »

Starting a Business in Spain?

Posted and filed under Businesses in Spain.

 Hard to believe, we know, but some people prefer to build business empires than to play at the beach! Once you have an idea, you will need some help with licences, registering a Spanish business in the appropriate offices such as Social Security and Treasury Department and providing your staff with contracts of employment. EU citizens can set up a… Read more »

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