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    • #200748
      MARISELA CASTRO
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      Hi.

      It’s easier to obtain NIE in the Spanish consulate by yourself, or sign a power of attorney and your lawyer could apply in Spain. Do not forget to include the copy of the Passport when you sign a power.

      If you are in Spain, you have to go to the pólice, each police take more or less time to make an appointment.

      I hope I have clarified your doubts, do not hesitate to contact me if yo have any further require.

      Marisela Castro

      info@mariselacastro.com

       

    • #194453
      MARISELA CASTRO
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      Hi

      Andalusia approved on the 3rd of February this new decree, in compliance with this Decree, and Law 13/2011, of Tourism in Andalusia, landlords may register as from the 11th of May 2016 onwards, day on which this new Decree will come into forcé.

      “All  tourist rental property or a holiday property that are located in buildings placed in residential land, where accommodation for tourist purposes is provided for a price and on regular basis,  offered and promoted in tourism channels, less 2 months”

      Article 6 of the Decree establishes the main obligations of the owner or persons representing the property:

      1.    Registration in the Tourism Registry for the Region of Andalucia, Spain.

      2.    House conditioning (Compliance of the touristic property requirements).

      3.    Contracts adapted to the new law.

      4.    Identification of the user of the property and completing the corresponding entrance forms.

      5.    Provision of proof of payments for the services and down payments made if applicable.

      All landlords that wish to rent out their properties in Andalusia must register their property from the 11th of May 2.016 onwards.

      All properties that are not registered or have not filed a declaration of responsibility and are being rented out for tourism purposes could be fined up to 180,000 euros. Also, any property that does not meet the requirements of this Decree may also be fined.

      Thanks to our long term experience in the tourism sector in Andalusia, we can help you to supply all detail and document needed to register your property, we offer a comprehensive service that includes advisory on compliance of the law requirements, collection of all relevant documents and preparation and presentation of the responsible declaration before the appropriate delegation of the Council.

      On the other hand, I would also inform you as non-resident in Spain, as owner of an urban property located in this country, you are subject to Non-Residents’ Income Tax.

      Marisela Castro

      Lawyer

      info@mariselacastro.com

    • #194450
      MARISELA CASTRO
      Participant

      Hi

      The Spanish tax authority assigns an income, or imputed income, based in the cadastral value of the property, applying percentages, that could change each year.

      You should pay the tax, throughout the calendar year following the year of accrual.

      I suggest to contact to a professional to calculate and present the tax on your behalf.

      Marisela Castro

      http://www.mariselacastro.com

    • #188613
      MARISELA CASTRO
      Participant

      Hi

      I am a lawyer, let me just remind you the taxes to be paid as no residente tax, when you rent your property.

      The non-resident property tax (Impuesto Sobre la Renta de no Residentes) is a tax based on property in Spain for non-Spanish residents.

      The Spanish tax authority assigns an income, or imputed income, or notional letting value to the property. A tax return has to be filed regardless of whether or not the property has been rented and whether or not the owner has actually received an income from the property.

      As there have  been problems in the past and still today that many people are simply unaware of their financial responsibilities, <u>the tax office is checking all taxes to be paid</u>, and if the owners  are late paying, they are charging  an interest rate, and it will keep increasing until paid, interest and  penalties will be depending on the severity of the case, between 50-150% of the tax amount.

      Furthermore, actually if the owner  is not resident in Spain, tax may also be due in the country where they are resident, subject to any Double Taxation Treaty Relief.

      In order to avoid unpleasant surprises, the owners of a property in Spain have to be updated in all taxes. They have to avoid to wait the Taxman to knock on their doors with a penalty proceeding against them.

      If you have any require do not hesitate to contact me.

      Marisela Castro

      http://www.mariselacastro.com

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