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Real Estate Spain
Buying real estate Spain requires a certain amount of savvy and a dose of common sense. The latter part you have them in copious amounts. After all, they are not called 'common' for nothing. For real estate savvy, on the other hand, you can do with an agent, preferably one with a good reputation and a solid client base.
Below are some tips on how to choose the right real estate Spain agent, as well as other considerations involved when buying property.
Don't look at the size of the agent's portfolio.
Whether the size of the real estate Spain agent's portfolio is large or small is not what's important. What matters is whether the agent is serious about handling your business. Make sure he understands what you value in a property - small size but good investment, or big property to accommodate the entire family, etc.
Consider the legalities involved.
Real estate Spain is governed by several different rules, regulations, and laws imposed for the purpose of regulating the business. Now, some real estate agents may know something about these legalities. Registered agents at least are required by law to verify the legal situation of the property they are selling.
However, always remember that real estate Spain agents are not lawyers. So while some of them are only too willing to offer loads of legal assurance and tons of free legal advice, don't take it as the last word on the matter. Instead, consider them as competent opinion subject to verification by one who is a true expert on the matter - i.e. a real estate Spain attorney.
The Formal Offer
When a buyer (that's you) makes an offer on a piece of real estate Spain property, and the seller accepts, that offer becomes a contract binding between you and the seller. Once the seller accepts, you can no longer make any alterations to your offer, alterations such as the purchase price and any other terms and conditions you may want to include.
It is precisely because of this that you need a lawyer's intervention when it is time for you to make a formal offer on a piece of real estate Spain property. That way, the lawyer can give you legal advice on what to include and what to exclude from the contract.
Private Purchase Contracts
This is the second stage in purchasing a piece of real estate Spain property. With the help of your lawyer and the seller's lawyer, both you and the seller will now exchange the private purchase contracts. These documents contain all the terms and conditions of the whole transaction that were agreed upon, as well as the date of the final completion to be done in the presence of the Notary Public. In short, this is the sale contract. Keep it for records purposes.