How will the ETIAS affect foreigners who own property in Spain?
The EU is planning to implement new IT systems for better monitoring of travel within the Schengen Area, meaning non-EU … Read more
Spain is a Top 2 country for expats and remote workers
Daydreaming about starting a new life somewhere welcoming and sunny? Whether you want to pursue training or education you can’t … Read more
What’s the difference between an NIE and TIE card?
If you’re planning to move to Spain and stay for more than 90 days, you’re going to need to register … Read more
What happens if you stay in Spain for more than 90 days?
Spain is one of the most popular destinations for visitors from around the world, with over 100 million people visiting … Read more
What are the tax benefits of Spain’s digital nomad visa?
The Spanish government has teased the introduction of a ‘digital nomad visa’ for over a year as part of the … Read more
Popular places for foreigners to invest in Spanish real estate in 2022
More foreigners than ever are buying homes in Spain, fuelling consistent growth in the Spanish housing market. In the first … Read more
Spanish Golden Visas still a top choice for international investors in 2022
7 Spanish laws you should know before going to Ibiza
Spanish fines you should know about before going to Ibiza The idyllic island of Ibiza draws millions of tourists, visitors, … Read more
Thinking about living in Ibiza as a digital nomad?
Moving to Ibiza as a digital nomad Working remotely wasn’t an entirely new concept, but when COVID-19 shut everything down … Read more
The dos and don’ts of getting a Spanish Golden Visa
For those with sufficient disposable income, the Spanish Golden Visa programme is a great option for gaining legal residency in … Read more
Can Brits still buy holiday homes in Spain after Brexit?
Second homes & Golden Visas: Can Brits buy holiday homes in Spain after Brexit? When Britain officially left the European … Read more
Who inherits the most from Spanish inheritance law?
Of course, the subject of inheritance is one that many want to avoid, as after all, it is centred around … Read more
Why renegotiating your Spanish property might be necessary
Do you feel like your financial position has changed significantly enough that you cannot keep on top of your current … Read more
How does Spanish inheritance tax differ from the UK?
Inheritance is never a topic that people want to dwell on. But if you’re spending your retirement years in a … Read more
Why is it important to hire a lawyer that speaks your language?
We can imagine that the last thing you will want to encounter is important legal negotiations with someone who doesn’t … Read more
Buying an off-plan Spanish property: A risk worth taking?
Building your own off plan property in Spain is the dream of many, right? After all, the gorgeous weather, friendly … Read more
What is important to know about Spanish housing regulations?
More and more people are coming to Manzanares Lawyers to learn about the laws on renting out property in Spain. … Read more
All you need to know about Spanish property conveyancing
When purchasing a property in Spain for the first time, it is highly likely that you are going to want … Read more
LICENSES FOR NEW CONSTRUCTIONS INCREASED 10.4% IN FEBRUARY
SOURCE: SPANISH REAL ESTATE MAGAZINE 06/05/2019 Licenses for building new property increased 10.4% in February, when 9.168 licenses were granted … Read more
SALES ON NEW PROPERTY INCREASE ON 14.4% ON THE FIRST QUARTER
ON THE FIRST QUARTER OF THE YEAR, 133.989 UNITS WERE SOLD. TRANSACTIONS ON NEW PROPERTY INCREASED ON A 14.4% ANNUAL, … Read more
Property prices increase for the first time in six years
According to the Second hand property sale price index (IPVVR in Spanish), which is produced by the Land Registry using … Read more
Málaga airport hit last august a record in number of visitors
For Malaga airport, last August was the month with the highest number of users of its history, with 1,680,707 passengers, … Read more
European Justice ruled against Spanish Inheritance Tax
In recent declarations raised, European courts declared that Spanish Inheritance and Donation Tax partly breaks European Union regulations. Luxembourg Court ruled on 3rd of September 2014 that this … Read more