Llámeme hoy mismo: (+34) 602 944 847

Articles

El gobierno revisa la orden anti-desalojo y protege a los ocupantes ilegales vulnerables, incluso si cometen delitos

By in Articles with 0 Comments

The government has made important changes to the regulation, seeking to protect vulnerable families on alert (until 9 May). This change, which comes as a surprise, comes barely a month after activating the ban on evictions. Specifically, the Royal Decree, which was passed to introduce the disadvantaged status, was published in the Official Gazette (BOE) […]

Read More

The arrival of the Covid vaccine19 will increase bookings on the holiday rental market in 2021

By in Articles with 0 Comments

The holiday rental market has been affected by the 2020 coronavirus pandemic and the entire tourism industry. So far, compared to previous years, restrictions and restrictions on people entering and leaving Spain have reduced bookings and increased market revenues. AvaiBook, the leading software for managing holiday homes in Spain, Italy and Portugal, has been analysing […]

Read More

Greater control by the Treasury and the pandemic are turning hundreds of holiday rentals into long-term rentals

By in Articles with 0 Comments

Following the setback of the Supreme Court ruling that annulled the model established to control tourist rental income, the Ministry of Finance is now finalizing a new system. It intends to introduce a new obligatory information declaration for all persons, entities and collaborative platforms such as Airbnb related to tourist rentals, through the Tobin Tax […]

Read More

WHAT TO DO IF SOMEONE OCCUPY YOUR HOME?

By in Articles with 0 Comments

Occupation of a dwelling that is neither consented to nor tolerated is not a title to possession of a dwelling, nor does it find any protection in the constitutional right to enjoy decent housing. In other words, occupation occurs when some people illegally enter a home, premises and property, without any contract or title. The […]

Read More

New blow to the banks and the Spanish Supreme Court, the European High Court rules in favor of full refund of mortgage expenses

By in Articles with 0 Comments

Another very interesting ruling is given by the European High Court on 16 July 2020. In the judgment with joined cases C-224/19, C-259/19, it rules on the payment of mortgage costs (derived from the formalization of mortgage loans, such as notary, registration, agency, appraisal and taxes) arising from the declaration as abusive of a clause […]

Read More