SELLERS GUIDE – A GUIDE TO SELLING YOUR SPANISH PROPERTY.

THE MARKETING OF YOUR SPANISH HOME

Despite Brexit, the Spanish housing market has rebounded, and Spain remains one of the world’s most popular vacation destinations. It’s now easier than ever to sell your property in Spain privately without the help of a real estate professional, thanks to the Internet. With the help of this seller’s guide, you’ll learn how to sell your Spanish home without using an estate agent and the fees they charge. For sale by owner is a term used to describe the process of selling your Spanish home on your own.

 

Marketing on the Internet

In today’s market, the Internet is the primary source of information for potential buyers looking to buy a home. The same marketing techniques estate agents use available to you by advertising on our property website.

 

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First things first.

The first step is to create an account with us online and enter your property details. You must show images of your home to prospective purchasers so that they can see exactly what they’re buying. Your property’s chances of selling increase as the number of individuals who notice it for sale increases.

 

Photos of a property

To capture the best possible images of your home, you need to put in the effort. It’s your property’s main photo that will persuade potential buyers to take a closer look. Quality images are a must! You’ll have a better chance of selling your house if you make it stand out from the rest of the competition.

 

Displaying your home’s best features

Small aesthetic improvements, such as painting and sprucing up the house, can significantly impact its saleability. Remove all of your personal belongings to keep the space fresh and neutral. Making the house as bright and airy as possible can help it appeal to the greatest number of potential purchasers. Few people looking to purchase a vacation home want to do so with a house that needs a lot of repairs. Customers want to use or rent out their freshly purchased home as soon as possible.

 

Ensure that the price of your home is accurate.

Do some research! Researching the location where your house is for sale is essential. Analyze comparable houses in the neighbourhood and see whether they are selling for less or more than the price you had in mind for your own. Buyers are constantly on the prowl for the best deal they can get for their money. While you don’t want to overcharge for your home, you don’t want to underprice it either since it can scare away potential buyers and cause you to lose out on a sale. Buyers will go on to the next identical home at a more reasonable price if the house appears to be too pricey. If you know what comparable houses in your region are selling for, you may make an educated guess as to what your property is worth. Furniture purchases can be added at this stage to the original purchase agreement. However, the majority of sales comprise all white goods.

 

Property records

Your property papers must be in order if you plan to sell them privately. Before placing an offer on a home, many buyers may request this information from the seller. A separate description of your property may appear on the Escritura, Catastro, or Registro de la Propiedad (where a Notea Simple comes from). When it comes to a sale, this can be an issue. One of the most prevalent areas of discrepancy in these papers is the plot and building size of properties, which should be corrected as soon as possible.

 

Property transaction paperwork

To sell your house, you’ll need the following records:

  • Your property’s deeds
  • copies of the property’s utility bills
  • Property tax receipts (IBI)
  • A copy of your residencia or NIE
  • Information about the community’s current state, if any

The process of selling

Fortunately, your lawyer and potential purchasers will do the bulk of the work.

The buyer pays a reservation fee of about €3000 once the sales price has been agreed upon to reserve your property and remove it from the open market.

You will not get this money until the buyer and their lawyer have completed all necessary property searches, and the next 10 percent deposit is paid. If the buyer backs out of the property transaction after signing the 10% contract and paying the money, you will keep the 10% in the event of a cancellation. As a result, if you decide to break the contract as the seller, you may be required to compensate the buyer by paying them to double the deposit amount. Together with your legal agents, you and the buyer of your home will both be present at your local Notary to accept the final payment for your property transaction.

 

 

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