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04 Jan 2017 11:05:

Welcome! I used this website for everything when I first moved to Spain 7 years ago. It is full of good information!



Thread: New here!

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29 Dec 2016 11:44:

Also, just realized in my post below should say

"Verona, I answered also in a previous thread. What town is your property in? You shouldn´t need a new license if you had one when purchasing unless you had an extension done to the property, needing a new building license etc."



Thread: Habitation certificate

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29 Dec 2016 11:38:

Hi, I am really not, let me explain, I have been working for a town hall planning department for 4 years and the only situation when I saw the necessity of a new habitation licence being issued was when the owner had an extension done to the property, based on a building licence of course, and they needed a new habitation license-updated.

As Verona was saying in a previous thread they were requesting a new one and quite a high amount I believe could be this situation.



Thread: Habitation certificate

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29 Dec 2016 09:24:

Verona, I answered also in a previous thread. What town is your property in? You should need a new license if you had one when purchasing unless you had an extension done to the property, needing a new building license etc.



Thread: Habitation certificate

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29 Dec 2016 09:21:

As a reply to the post placed by Verona I also believe is not mandatory to have a solicitor dealing with the sale. Unless you are not in Spain and you need someone to sign for you. You need to take into consideration a plusvalia tax also. For the energy certificate, I have heard quotes from architects of around 100 to 200 euros and I believe the amount of 187 euros from the Town Hall to issue the first occupation license is a bit steep. I have worked for four years in a town planning department in Spain and if a property had a license, the fees to issue the certificate were minimum. Why can´t you present the same one from when you bought? Have you done any works, extensions, etc needing a new license?

What town is your property located in?



Thread: fees for selling property

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