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Homes El Vergel
New Villas in Denia! We started the promotion of our new work in El Vergel. We propose three luxury villas with swimming pool included.
El Vergel is a small and quiet town located in the Marina Alta, in the province of Alicante, less than ten minutes from the nearby beach and several natural places such as the Sierra de Segaria or the Marjal de Oliva Natural Park. I hit
The urban area has all the necessary facilities such as schools, sports centers, commercial area, among others. All this with easy access thanks to the connection with the AP-7 Mediterranean Highway and the N-332 national road.
Chaque maison est composée d’un rez de chaussée distribué dans le salon, cuisine, deux chambres, une salle de bains et une chambre avec sa propre salle de bain. En outre, chaque maison dispose d’une terrasse et d’une piscine.
Calle Gabriel Miró- Av. La vía
The three houses are located at the intersection of these two roads, next to the urban area and less than five minutes from the Town Hall. Despite its proximity to an urban area, being a mostly residential area, tranquility and comfort are assured.
If you want more information, do not hesitate to contact us.
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How to build a house in Spain?
Both residents and non-residents can buy property in Spain. For this, foreigners need a proof of identity and NIE (foreigner’s identification number). No other documents or authorizations are required.
What is the NIE and where to get it?
The Spanish NIE numer, short for Número de Identificación de Extranjero, is a Foreigner Identification Number issued by the Administración General del Estado (General Administration of the State) as a fiscal identification number for foreigners who want to stay more than 3 months in Spain, or in oder to be able to process certain transactions in Spain like buying a property. To obtain NIE go to the police station or Oficina de Extranjeros if you’re in Spain. Outside of Spain, go to the nearest Spanish Consulate (the “Consulate dept legalizaciones”, not the Embassy).
When you have your NIE, the next step is to open an account in a Spanish banks.
You will typically need to provide the following:
- Proof of identity (eg. passport)
- Foreigner identification number and certificate (número de identificación de extranjeros)
- Proof of address
- Proof of employment status (eg. student card, employment contract, unemployment documentation)
- Documents confirming the source of income with the stamp of the relevant authorities.
The first step for building a house in Spain is the purchase of a plot for construction. Spanish land laws are complex, and it is very important to choose the right plot of land in order to avoid future problems such as finding out that the land you have bought has no planning permission and so you can’t build your house there after all. Therefore, before buying make sure you get the Town Planning Certificate ( cédula urbanística or certificado urbanistico) which specifies the planning zone, use, building space and building type for any plot of land. Also be sure to check the local building norms for such things as height of building and what percentage of the area you can build on.
Moreover, do not forget to check the Land Registry extract (Nota Simple), available from the Property Registration Office(Registro de la Propiedad), and checked the following details:
- the property and land for sale match the details registered and the sellers are the registered owner(s)
- there are no debts or charges, such as a mortgage, on the property
- there are no legal proceedings initiated against the property for contravention of land planning law
Once you have chosen the plot, you and the seller sign a preliminary sales agreement (contrato de arras), within which 10% of the total sale amount is usually paid. This agreement is usually made in three copies, it describes both sides, property, property cost, taxes and the conditions of purchase.
The remaining amount must be paid at the time of signing the bill of sale (Escritura Publica), which is signed by the buyer and seller in the presence of a Spanish notary. Payment must be documented.
Within 30 days after signing the bill of sale, the new owner must pay c and register the property in Property Registration Office (Registro de la Propiedad). Property registration lasts from one to three months. Only then, the property owner receives the original of the bill of sale, which confirms the right of ownership.
Once you have bought and register your land, you will need to find an architect to design the house. You must also have the plans approved and get planning permission in the local government (Ayuntamiento), which can take from one to six months depending on the region. Then you will have to find a building company and sign a construction contract (contrato de construcción).
Many building companies have their own architect, so the cost of his work is included the construction price. In this case, the sides usually sign a contract for the design and construction (Contrato de construcción y proyecto)even before the project is approved by the local government.
Thanks to the good climate and the possibility to build a year-round, the process of construction in Spain usually takes less time than in Northern Europe, about 10-12 months.
Once construction has finished, and before you sign the title deed, ask for proof from the seller that the construction has been finished in accordance with the description given in the plans. This is issued as a certificate (certificado final de obra). You can also check this at the Land Registry.
Make sure you have the license of first occupancy (licencia de primera occupación) which is issued by the town hall for new buildings and certifies that the property is habitable. You will need this document to connect to electricity and water companies.
|Additional costs when buying land and building a house|
|Notary fees ( Notario )
|Depend on the value of the property. Usually about 0.5 – 1%.|
|Document duties (Impuesto de Actos Juridicos Documentados)||0.5% of the value specified in the bill of sale|
|Registration fees (Registro).||Depend on the value of the property. Usually about 0.5-2%|
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