First steps to buying a house for the first time in Spain
These first steps are important if you desire to obtain the best amongst property deals in Spain.
Warming up the Purchase Engine! Take a sheet of paper. Ask yourself some questions. To illustrate:
Do I wish to live in the city or in the suburbs?
What kind of property should I purchase?
What size should it be?
What would I want as inside features and outside features?
Will I live here all year round?
Will I want to rent it out for some months of the year?
Even if these ideas udergo a change later, it does not matter.
Garner as much information and viewpoints as you can from:
Websites related to Spanish properties
Overseas exhibitions focusing on property
Online forums and expat groups
As you read, jot down relevant points. Think of further questions. The questions might lead you to conducto further investigations. Remember that making informed decisions will prove beneficial for your property purchase.
During your research, focus on kinds of properties available in diverse regions of the country, budgeting tactics, finances required, sources for arrangement of funds, etc.
Thus, complete your overall picture via a combination of ‘good’ and ‘bad’!
This kind of in-depth research will help you set your goals. You might say any of the following:
Spain is perfect for vacationing with family and frinds. Therefore, I would like to live there.
It has always been my dream to reside in Spain. I would not like to harbor regrets about a ‘lost’ dream, as I advance in age.
Spain offers sunshine and warm weather, calmer lifestyles and good food. I want to live there permanently and enjoy life to the fullest.
Fuster & Associates is more than 20 years working to ensure that everyone makes the right “move” for you. We will be here to help you understand any other legal issues that arise from buying a property in Spain. Contact us.
We want to help you navigate all the legal complexities that come with your home buying in Spain, but this article is legal information and should not be seen as legal advice.