Selling your Home

We offer the following services to help you sell your home:

  • A free valuation and appraisal of your property based on current market conditions.
  • We will advertise your property locally and internationally on our website, internet portals and through our international agents.
  • Network your property to our database of clients and agents.
  • We accompany the clients whilst they view your property and always give feedback after every viewing including advice, if required.
  • We will advise and assist you during the conveyance process including accompanying you to the notary, changeover of utility bills and drafting of private contracts, if required.
  • If you require tax, legal, or currency exchange advice we can put you in touch with the experts.


  • 3% tax retention payable at the notary if you are a non-tax paying resident.
  • Agents commission.
  • Energy Certificate.
  • Plus Valia the local townhall tax. A calculation is made taking into account the size of the property, plot and number of years owned.
  • IBI under Spanish law the vendor has to pay the IBI for the year the property is sold.
  • Obra Nueva many villas are not the same as the description on the escritura (Deeds). If it is different a new Escritura will have to be made before the transfer of ownership.
  • 2nd Habitation Certificate (Cedula). If a property is over 10 years old this may be required.


We will present to you any offers made to purchase your property and negotiate for you the terms and a final price. There is usually a period of negotiation before a final agreement is reached. Our job is to bring the two parties into a final agreement resulting in the sale of your property.

The buyer then makes a reservation deposit to reserve the property. A reservation contact is signed by the owner and buyer. The property will be withdrawn from the market for approximately 2 to 4 weeks until all the legal searches and mortgage application (if required) are completed.

A legal Private contract is drawn up and the date for transfer of ownership agreed. The private contract is signed by the owner and buyer and the buyer and the full 10% will be paid to the owner. The balance of the payment is paid at the notary by a Bankers Draft, the deeds signed and keys handed over. The utility bills will be changed over to the new owner.

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