Whether you are a buyer, owner, investor, or vendor of a property in Spain, you will inevitably need to find service providers to take care of your needs. Here are some providers to consider, along with some links to administrative solutions like the Cadastre.
Foreign currency exchange (FOREX)
Save a fortune on foreign currency. Buy and sell currencies at the best rate with low commissions and transfer costs. SPI are affiliated with the specialist foreign currency broker TorFX, who can help you save money on foreign currency when buying or selling Spanish property. TorFX is a provider of foreign exchange services, offering competitive currency exchange rates for international money transfers and an unrivalled personal service to private individuals and companies with a foreign currency exchange requirement. Click here or the image on the right to get a free, no-obligation quote, or talk to an expert about your needs.
Independent English-speaking lawyers in Spain
A directory of English-speaking lawyers who can help you with all your legal issues in Spain. They work just for you and are independent of estate agents and developers. See the list of English-speaking lawyers in Spain page.
Buying agents work exclusively for buyers and can save you money and problems when buying a home in Spain. See the Spanish property buying agents page.
English-speaking surveyors in Spain
Chartered surveyors can help you with a building survey and many other services to help you make an informed decision when buying or selling property in Spain. Visit the Chartered surveyors (RICS) in Spain website.
Home insurance in Spain
There are many English-speaking insurance brokers in Spain, but our British readers might be most comfortable with a UK-based insurance broker like Intasure, with whom we affiliate. Visit the Intasure website for more information.
Architects in Spain
Find an English-speaking architect in Spain. Visit the architects in Spain page.
Spanish Property Register
The Property Registrars of Spain (Registradores de España) website offers various services, including the ability to download simple land registry filings (nota simple). Visit the Registradores website (in English).
The Spanish Cadastre online
The official Spanish Cadastre (Catastro) website, where you can search the database for information on specific properties (you have to register and pay for many of the services offered). Visit the Cadastre online (in some browsers you may see a warning page advising you the site might not be safe to visit, but you can ignore that as the site is safe).
Ley de Costas – Coastal law boundary check
The Spanish Ley de Costas / Coastal Law means that the coastline is public land, and many waterfront properties are affected by this. To consult the exact boundary between public and private land on the coast, visit the official DPMT (boundary) website.