Real Estate Law | Real Estate Lawyers
Buying a property in Spain
The PELLICER & HEREDIA in Alicante Real Estate Law Department has led the way in the Spanish legal services market by providing comprehensive advice on real estate deals, drawing on its in-depth knowledge of the various transactions and practices on the Real Estate Market. For more than fifteen years, the Department’s professionals have acted in many complex & ordinary real estate transactions.
The expertise of its professionals in the various legal issues involved in these types of transactions added to their in-depth knowledge of REAL ESTATE practices enables PELLICER&HEREDIA to advise on an array of real estate-related areas: the sale and acquisition of real estate and real estate companies, leases, development and construction contracts and real estate financing.
Our professionals are experts and are constantly instructed in real estate deals. This has led to their garnering plaudits from the leading local operators in the Real Estate Spanish market.
Sales and Acquisitions of Real Estate & Lease Agreements
PELLICER & HEREDIA has a team of lawyers specializing in the legal aspects of all kinds of real estate (houses, apartments, commercial property, hotels, homes for the elderly, residential property portfolios, golf courses and sports marinas), with specific know-how in the legal aspects to be considered when selling or purchasing such properties, as well as in real estate project finance and the arrangement of guarantees. Moreover, as a multidisciplinary firm, we are able to supplement our sector-specific experience with advice in the other fields of law that may be involved (tax, Planning Law, Company Law, International etc.).
Real Estate Department of PELLICER & HEREDIA
PELLICER & HEREDIA has a dedicated Real Estate Department, providing expertise in all legal aspects of the conveyance process and issues relating to contracts, rental contracts, mortgage floor rates, off-plan properties, buying properties through the courts, to name but a few.
Check that the property that you are about to purchase has the appropriate water and electricity bulletins. This can be an expensive and time-consuming process after you have bought the property.
Ensure that all of the paperwork, including the “certificado de habitación” (habitation certificate) or the “licencia de segunda ocupación” (the license of second occupation) are in place and registered.