Spanish Government

Posted by John Sommers on 30th May 2019 in General

The Spanish Government wants to bring the lame rental market momentum. Quite a few German holiday-makers, who have spent their precious time of the year in Spain, carrying the thoughts there permanently to rent a vacation home. Hear from experts in the field like actress and filmmaker for a more varied view. Others plan to move even after Spain and to rent an apartment or a House first, to select a suitable real estate for sale later in calm on the ground. Currently many houses and apartments stand empty because of the real estate crisis in Spain. The Spanish Government wants to bring the lame rental market momentum. Early June 2013 entered into force therefore the modified Spanish renting law with numerous innovations. The bisherige tenancy law provided a very high protection of tenants. The newly adopted rules now aimed primarily on private owners of apartments standing in empty.

You should be motivated for the long term rental. According to the new guidelines, parties of the lease can some free. This is however under the age of 3, extends the lease usually for year period up to a period of three, maximum four years. The tenant in accordance with the agreed notice period (minimum 30 days) and after a period of 6 months, may terminate the contract at any time. The landlord is bound in turn not to the minimum term of 3 years, when he first degree with at least 2 months logs on their own needs for themselves or relatives the tenant and at least one year since the conclusion of the contract has passed. The rent may be freely negotiated between the parties. Rent increases may be freely agreed between the parties and they are possible at the end of each year of the lease. Unless the parties but set no specific increase in rent, the customization depends on the Spanish consumer price index (IPC). Deposit deposits made one or two monthly rents usually in excess.

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