The challenges of being a landlord in Spain

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  • #52712
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    I am working on a piece about the challenges of being a landlord in Spain.

    I am interested in talking to anyone with experience of being a landlord in Spain, renting out a property short term or long term.

    I want to discuss problems and key success factors, good and bad experiences.

    Please PM me if you have any relevant experience.

    Thanks

    Mark

  • #69976
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    Mark,

    I have sent you a private message, but I am not sure if it was successful.
    Please let me know if it has not arrived.

    regards, David

  • #69987
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    Mark: How long is a piece of string. Please narrow it down. otherwise we will all be writing War & Peace.

  • #69988
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    [quote=”shakeel”…..otherwise we will all be writing War & Peace.[/quote]

    😆 😆 😆 We’d all be great at that ❗

  • #69995
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    I’m sure it would be a classic. Anyway, I’ve had a few responses, so I think I’m okay for now. But if you have an extraordinary story to tell as a landlord in Spain I’m always interested. Just PM me.

    Mark

  • #69997
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    Hi Mark

    What about from a community angle, that is what a community has to put up with when owners rent to all and sundry?

    Regards

    Paul

  • #70004
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    True. As a resident, the last thing you want is someone next door renting out to tourists.

    Mark

  • #70062
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    One tip is to have a 2nd lock on the main door, that way if the renter’s copy the key they can’t return later for a freebie. But doesn’t stop them returning when it’s rented out!

    If this is used in your article I’d appreciate a link to my site!!!

    Ian

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