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  • #53011
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    Hi to you all

    If I wanted to find out information in England about land and property I think I’m right in saying that I could go to the land registry web site where I could search for a fee, does this type of thing exist in Spain?.

    Any info please.

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  • #73459
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    Jim

    Thanks for that,I will give it a try.

  • #73461
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    Hi

    The site above looks like a commercial service site at twice the correct price. What I believe is the actual official website is as follows……..

    For general information on registrars etc in Spain (not just Property)

    http://registradores.org/principal/indexx.jsp?id_idioma=2&prefijo_idioma=ING

    For an actual search you can jump to

    https://www.registradores.org:444/propiedad/propiedad.jsp

    The cost is 10.46 Euros for a Nota Simpla which you will receive by email in just a few working hours

    The links I have given you are in English

    Hope that helps

  • #73462
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    Having just had another look at the address of the commercial site posted, that appears to also be an “affiliate tracking code”.

    Try the address without the ?refid=8QQL0AYY3V at the end and you will see the same page. That code just provides a commission for the owner of that affiliate code. Look at the site quoted and down the left hand side, you will actually see a link for affiliates!

    The idea of this forum is not to make a profit when offering help and advice – is it??????????

  • #73465
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    Hi PaulandLyn

    Thanks for the info

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