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Buying a property in Spain is different from buying in Belgium. The tasks of the Spanish notary are rather limited. Among other things, the notary is not responsible for the verification of building permits, linked debts, the statutes of co-ownership, the registration of your property in the land register, etc. In addition, you should be well aware of the purchase costs and taxes linked to your Spanish property. Together with our team, we aim to provide complete guidance from A to Z, in full transparency and in your native language.

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21
Jun
2024

Estate agents on the Belgian coast are not in a cheerful mood with this ailing weather, but their Spanish colleagues are doing excellent business. "If you buy now, with any luck you will be sitting on your terrace with a sangria a week later," says real estate expert Bjorn Cocquyt. He tips entry-level houses and flats from 200,000 to 3.25 million euros in every popular region, but also warns of pitfalls. "Debts stick to a property and thus become your responsibility. That's how you play it safe."

19
Jun
2024

More and more Belgians are thinking about a country house in Spain. What rules of thumb should you respect when buying?

13
May
2024


‘In an article published in the Gazet van Antwerpen, Tenerife residents expressed their opposition to mass tourism, saying: “It was beautiful here, until every bit of nature turned into a construction site” (Gazet van Antwerpen, s.a.).’ However, behind this frustration lie both positive and negative aspects of tourism. Let us look at the double-sided currency of tourism in Tenerife.