Welcome to MurciaTomorrow
Do you want to become an owner of a house or apartment in Spain? Then look no further, you have come to the right place. Feel free to take a look at our portfolio, you will find a wide variety of real estate. Of course you do not buy a house or an apartment every day, the MurciaTomorrow-team realizes that and for that reason, we will guide you with the purchase. If you are looking for an experienced team and a team that can guarantee professional discretion, then the MurciaTomorrow team will comply to your wishes. We will be there with every step and we will look for investments, completely in accordance with your wishes and the provided data. We will look for your dream house together. A lot of aspects come along with purchasing real estate, which can make it very complicated. That is exactly the reason why we will assist you with every single detail of the purchase. By using this work ethic, you can be confident that during the purchase of your property, everything will go according to plan.
If you have any questions, then please do not hesitate to contact us.
'MurciaTomorrow', your team.
"MurciaTomorrow, your brooker for the perfect home in Spain"
MurciaTomorrow is a team that, as a Spanish/English language agency in Spain, will provide you an excellent service.
What makes us unique, is that we know the region like no other. After all, we are not only working in this region, but we also live there. As a result, our team knows the problems, the procedures and the surrounding area like no other, and can provide the best possible service.
The selection of houses that our team presents to our customers, meets the higest requirements and represents the best, both in terms of prices and in terms of quality of life.
The following table lists the main advantages of our service.
- The best rates guaranteed.
- A wide range in Murcia at Costa Càlida / Costa Blanca.
- Free purchase guidance.
- Independent advice.
- In-depth assistance and support at every step.
- Juridical, notarial and financial guidance.
- We are integer.
Costs when buying a property in Spain
One of the most important things when purchasing real estate, is the price. Therefore, it is important to know how this works in Spain.
First of all, there is the purchasing price of the property that the buyer wants to buy. In addition to this purchasing price of the property, there are additional costs that should be taken into account when purchasing a property. Some of these costs include: the notary, the notary's fees, the transfer tax and the registration fee. Spain has a number of taxes and the charges may differ from municipality to municipality. Below you will get a list of some of these taxes:
The transfer tax, referred to as "Impuesto de Transmisiones Patrimoniales" in Spanish. If you buy an already existing house in Spain from a private owner, you will have to pay: 7% a 10% on the value of the document. If you buy the house through a developer or a building contractor in Spain, then you won't have to pay the Transfer Tax but you'll have to pay V.A.T./IVA.
2) Property Taxes
Property Taxes are known is Spain as "Impuesto sobre bienes inmeubles" or "IBI".
Homeowners pay in Spain between 0.3% and 0.9% of property taxes (The property taxes). This percentage depends on the municipality to which the property belongs.
This tax is levied on the cadastral value of the Spanish property. You always have to pay this tax, this also applies for non residents. The cadastral value gets established on a yearly basis by the municipality.
3) Construction Tax
VAT, in Spain referred to as "IVA" or "Impuesto sobre el valor añadido".
If you buy a new built house through a developer or through a building contractor then you have to pay 10% V.A.T. In the case that you only buy a piece of land, then you have to pay 21% V.A.T.
4) Delivery new construction
The delivery of new construction also brings some costs along with it. In Spain, it is called "Declaration obra nueva". This tax is levied upon the completion of a newly built house. A notarial document will be drawn up, which is referred to as "escritura" in Spanish. That document will then be inscribed in the registry. The tax amounts to 0.5% of the cadastral value of the object.
5) Local taxes
Local taxes. The local taxes differ from municipality to municipality. These taxes are levied on, among others, the delivery of permits, the collecting of the garbage and the drainage-canal. The municipality can ask for an additional contribution at the request of citizens for services that are provided, such as the collect of garbage, the arrangement of parking restrictions and the cleaning up of private roads.
6) Wealth tax for non-residents
Foreigners who don't have a residence permit in Spain have no tax exemption and must pay a wealth tax starting from the first euro. This can vary from 0.2 to 0.5%.