What fees do I have to pay?

Direct taxes to the State or to intervening elements in the process


Check the possible purchase costs and their variants. Ex: Special rates relating to the transfer of assets, registrations as a new acquirer, Notary Expenses, Documented Legal Acts, changes and procedures, etc.


Check the possible purchase costs and their variants. Ex: Ex: Municipal Tax on the Increase in Land Value. Rates on the Patrimonial Increase. Notarial charges. Mortgage cancellation etc

Do you want to know more?

Who are involved and how can they help you?


Spain is one of the countries with the most facilities to buy or sell a property. Unlike most countries in the European Union, the hiring of lawyers is not mandatory. It is a procedure that can be completed by a real estate agency without external intermediation, saving you a lot of money. From the execution of contracts, processing of documentation for foreigners, assistance in opening bank accounts, competent legal advice to said process, checking the state of the property, changes of ownership, processing of architectural technical projects, etc. However, it is advisable, in case of being foreigner, a legal translator who speaks your mother tongue since it is of vital importance the understanding throughout the process.


The notary is a public official of the State that must provide citizens with the legal security promised by the Constitution in its article 9 in the field of extrajudicial legal traffic. At the same time, he is a legal professional who practices under a competitive regime. This double quality guarantees its independence.

With a high level of preparation, the notary is a close and impartial professional who helps you, advises and guarantees that your contract or business, business is adjusted to the strictest legality. The notary is a guarantee of legitimacy and security for both individuals and the State.

What is their job?

"The deed", is a public document issued before a notary that offers the maximum legal security in our Law. It has powerful effects, regulated specifically by laws, which far outweigh those that have a private document. The Administrations, the judges and society in general attribute absolute credibility to the facts or statements that appear in a public deed.

It is based on precise regulations, meets conditions of authenticity, enforceability and legality. Individuals who sign a public deed are assured that no one can question their veracity.

It is a complete document that does not require any verification or contrast and that has, by itself, the full effectiveness that the law gives it from the moment in which the notary authorizes it. It is an executive instrument that has probative force of the dates, facts and statements it contains.