Renting For The Long Term

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    We are thinking of moving to Spain.However we want to keep our U.k property and just rent all year round.We are looking at coastal places around Valencia.A 2 bed apartment would do us well.Any idea how available this type of accomodation is and a rough idea of rental cost?Thanks

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    @pobby wrote:

    We are thinking of moving to Spain.However we want to keep our U.k property and just rent all year round.We are looking at coastal places around Valencia.A 2 bed apartment would do us well.Any idea how available this type of accomodation is and a rough idea of rental cost?Thanks

    this is something my wife and i intend to do also but one snag is that we understand landlords will only rent for 11 months and then we would have to start looking again which would be a bind if one found a nice place. tom

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    That is an use, but hire a lawyer to kindly pursue your right for a longer term contract. ( DWELLING)

    The Spanish Law of Rentings for dwelling are protective. There must be owners willing to rent long term, specially know that some properties that has been recently bought to sell, are having difficulties to be sold and they need to pay their mortgages.

    You need to pursue a ” RENT FOR DWELLING” contract as it has special protection in the LAU. Have a lawyer to negotiate the terms. In those contracts, there is a minimum of 5 years for you stay there unless the owner stated in the contract that he will need the house (within those five years) for his/her own habitation. You keep your right to come back there if the owner actually don´t dwell the house within 3 months.

    Best,

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