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10 February, 2019

Murcia tourist rental licence – quick guide

How to register your property as a holiday rental in Murcia. Are you renting your property in Murcia for short periods of time? Then, you are  subject […]
16 January, 2019
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New international airport in the Spanish Mediterranean coast

Murcia airport was officially inaugurated on January 15th. The Region of Murcia International Airport will operate across the UK and Europe, with 12 destinations in three […]
15 January, 2019

Airbnb to inform the Spanish Tax Agency.

Airbnb to inform the Spanish Tax Agency about its hosts’ tax details Digital home rental platform Airbnb has recently implemented a new tool which, will make […]
21 December, 2018

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14 December, 2018
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Spanish Mortgage Law: Latest News for property owners

The Spanish Congress of Deputies approves a new mortgage law. The new law will come into force in March 2019, once approved by the Senate and […]
4 December, 2018
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Your Email has been hacked – What can you do?

Beware of New Email Security Threats! Did you know that Cyber crime – or all the attacks that occur on electronic devices – is the industry […]
29 November, 2018

How is your rental income taxed as a non-resident in Spain?

Are you a non-resident in Spain? Do you own an urban property in this country? If you’ve answered Yes to both questions, you are subject to both […]
22 November, 2018

Quick guide to mortgage expenses in Spain.

Who covers the expenses when a mortgage is constituted in Spain? Saying that 2018 has been a turbulent year for the Spanish mortgage market would be […]
1 December, 2017
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Spanish Tourist Rental: Challenges And News

Not that long ago, staying at a hotel was practically the only option for those making a trip, either for business or leisure. Today, many people […]
2 January, 2018
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Airbnb and HomeAway will have to inform the Treasury about their users

Companies such as Airbnb or HomeAway will have to give the Treasure information about their flat owners, customers who rent them, and the details of each […]