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Who has to pay the rates on properties in Spain, the Spanish IBI, in the year that the property is being sold?

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I wonder if the property laws have changed over the last couple of years. It has been a while since I have last looked them up. I will have to look into it.

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Hi everyone, thank you for letting me join the community. I am a partner in KM Property Sales - we are a Spanish property sales company with offices in Costa Blanca and the UK. Hopefully we'll be interacting with you all on a regular basis.

Our site goes live officially on Friday but we are happy for you to take a sneak preview as it's 99% done! 

Speak soon, Malley

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Purchasing or selling a property in Spain is a straight forward transaction so long as certain procedures are followed and understood correctly. The recommended steps are to:

1. Always use a reputable Real Estate Agent
2. Instruct a legal counsel as early on in the purchase procedure as possible, preferably before any exchange of funds or reservation deposits take place.
3. Once a reservation deposit has been delivered to the Real Estate Agent or to the Vendor’s Lawyer, your legal counsel will carry out a full due diligence on the property to inspect any possible liens or defects on the title.
4. Once a satisfactory search of the property has been made, legal counsel will then prepare a purchase and sale agreement, which will specify the terms and conditions of the sale, including price, payment terms, completion date and any covenants of the parties or existing liens on the property.

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