I would like a property owner's guide and request a FREE valuation of my home's market value.

What are the required documents for preparing the sale of my property?
 

What expenses do I have when selling my property?

¿Can I sell my property if it has a pre-forfeiture?

What are the agency's fees for selling my property?

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What are the agency's fees for selling my property?

When do I have to pay the agency for its services?

I want to sell my property in Tenerife

  • Official property deeds / Updated Property Registry Filing
  • Identity Document of each of the owners
  • Property IBI Receipt (yearly tax)
  • Energy Efficiency Certificate
  • Certificate of Occupancy, if it is a new construction
  • Deed of Acceptance of Inheritance, if applicable

It is an essential document for those who rent or sell a property which qualifies its level of energy efficiency, based on the annual energy consumption necessary to satisfy the energy demand under normal conditions of occupancy and operation. Its cost depends on the m2 number of the property. The report has a validity of 10 years.

It is an essential document for those who rent or sell a property which qualifies its level of energy efficiency, based on the annual energy consumption necessary to satisfy the energy demand under normal conditions of occupancy and operation. Its cost depends on the m2 number of the property. The report has a validity of 10 years.

It is an essential document for those who rent or sell a property which qualifies its level of energy efficiency, based on the annual energy consumption necessary to satisfy the energy demand under normal conditions of occupancy and operation. Its cost depends on the m2 number of the property. The report has a validity of 10 years.

What is an energy efficiency certificate?

What is an updated simple note? / Updated Property Registry Filing

IIt is a document informing about the owners of the property, their legal and juridical status as well as the economic burdens, if any, or fiscal obligations. It can be requested through our real estate agency or at the Land Registry.

  • Payment of the municipal capital gains
  • Payment of the patrimonial capital gain (implicit profit between purchase price + demonstrable reforms - sale price)
  • Real estate fee invoice can be deducted as an expense before the capital gain (plusvalia) is paid.

Ideally, it should be sold free of charge, but it can be put up for sale if you still own it. You should go to Hacienda (Treasury) and/or agencies that have interposed the charge for arrears and verify the amounts of interest and principal that are outstanding. It may be possible to pay with a part of the down payment if the buyer agrees.

Yes, of course. You can cancel the mortgage on the same day of the signing of the purchase-sale in notary with the money delivered by the buyer.

There is a variety of fees on the market, in our case Adelux International charges 5% of the agreed final sale price at the conclusion of the sale. Plus IGIC as any other service. These minimum fees allow us to collaborate 50% with other agencies without extra costs for the property owner.

Generally this is paid at the notary, on the date of the purchase sale. However, depending on the case, a portion of the fees may have to be paid at the signing of the penitential deposit agreement (arras penitenciales), by which the property is reserved and the conditions of sale and purchase agreed.

My house still has a mortgage, can I sell it?
 

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