Can anyone tell me does the town hall have the right to charge IBI on a property that presently is considered still under construction (this is written on my Escitura)? Also we still dont have a certificate of habitation. Surely we need to be actually fit for habitation before we can pay this property tax?
I will be amazed if anyone actually answers this question but here we go. Does anyone actually pay this wealth tax or property tax, not sure what its called, to the Spanish government for owning a property over here?? Where do we start to register, I am nervous as I have no idea what sort of charges we are likely to have to pay but we cant continue to bury our heads in the sand.
We are about to rent out an apartment, potential clients are reluctant to pay the whole amount six weeks prior to arrival! What do we do?? They say they dont know us and are understandably cautious of paying for something they havent seen nor know for sure that its our to rent in the first place. How do we get around this?
Does anyone know of any charity shops locally that i can gift things to who specifically do not save dogs, cats or donkeys. Is there one that aids children and disadvantaged families by gifting them their needs rather than asking for payment?When the going gets rough - sack the dodgy decorator
Jane Cronin is giving a one day workshop on 29th March at her language school in San Pedro del Pinatar. So if you are in business and struggling with the language this would be ideal. Its really aimed at those with only very basic Spanish who have the desire to further there business with the Spanish community. If you need more info call 968 183 258.
Please tell me you dont need a licence to rent a property over here. No one has ever said, neither the agents when we bought, nor the solicitor, nor the bank for that matter that if we wanted to do short term rentals we needed a licence. And now its with a local agent for rentals and key holding they haven´t mentioned it either. Waiting in anticipation...