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Marbella, Malaga Nov 17, 2023 (Issuewire.com) - Real(i)ty & Law Spain, a prominent law firm based in Málaga, stands as a beacon for those navigating the captivating real estate landscape of the Costa del Sol. As the allure of properties in Málaga, Marbella, and the surrounding areas continues to captivate British buyers, our firm plays a pivotal role in ensuring a seamless transition through the intricate legalities of real estate transactions.

In light of recent changes in Spanish property law, our expertise becomes even more critical. British nationals, enamored by the charm of this region, face new challenges post-Brexit, particularly regarding residency status, taxation, and legal documentation. In this press release, we delve into these critical aspects, shedding light on the impact of Brexit, changes in taxation, the importance of meticulous legal documentation, and the role of currency exchange in property acquisition.

Real(i)ty & Law Spain is committed to providing comprehensive legal guidance, ensuring our clients make informed decisions and safeguard their interests in the dynamic Spanish real estate market.

As the allure of owning a property in Málaga, Marbella, or anywhere else in Costa del Sol continues to captivate British buyers, hiring a reputable property lawyer in Spain is paramount to understand the legal intricacies of real estate transactions, and to ensure a smooth transition. Recent changes in Spanish property law make it imperative for buyers to consult a legal expert who helps them examine and comprehend all available options.

The Impact of Brexit

One of the foremost concerns for British nationals looking to buy property in Spain is their residency status. Since the UK's departure from the European Union, British citizens no longer benefit from the freedom of movement within the EU. While it is still possible for British nationals to own property in Spain, there have been adjustments in terms of taxation, healthcare access, and other legal aspects.

Additionally, British citizens looking to spend extended periods in Spain or make Spain their primary residence may need to adhere to specific residency and visa regulations.


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The tax implications of buying property in Spain have evolved. Understanding the local property taxes, inheritance taxes, and capital gains tax is crucial to making informed financial decisions.

Legal Documentation

When buying property in Spain, it is crucial to have all the necessary legal documentation in order. This includes a thorough review of the property's title deed and land registry status and any outstanding debts or encumbrances on the property.

The expertise of a local property lawyer can help ensure that the purchase process adheres to Spanish legal requirements and that the buyer's interests are protected.

Currency Exchange

Fluctuations in currency exchange rates can significantly impact the cost of buying property abroad. It's advisable to work with a currency exchange specialist who can help you secure favorable rates and minimize potential currency-related risks.

In sum, purchasing a property in Spain can be a rewarding experience, but it requires a thorough understanding of the legal implications involved. After Brexit, British citizens should approach this process carefully, seek professional guidance, and stay informed about evolving requirements.

Real(i)ty & Law is a leading law firm located in Málaga specializing in property transactions. We provide comprehensive legal advice to domestic and international clients seeking to invest in the Costa del Sol real estate market and own a piece of paradise.


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