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Before buying

Details to consider before buying a property:

The following procedures that we detail are always supervised by FINQUESMAR, but if you decide to buy with another agency or individual, you should at least take into account the following recommendations:
-If you are not a Spanish resident, you can apply for the NIE (tax identification number for foreigners) the request is made at a Spanish consulate in your country or request an appointment at the following link:
https://sede.administracionespublicas.gob.es/icpplus/index.html.

Depending on the region of Tarragona in which you want to buy, you must choose one of the three police stations available: Tortosa, Reus or Tarragona; For this, they will ask for a photocopy of your passport or identity card with the valid originals and in case of non-EU status, a photocopy and the original of the valid visa; a document proving that you are going to buy a property in Spain which can be provided by a notary or a real estate agency, and the completed EX15 form which can be printed by clicking on the following link:  FORMULARIO NIE

As a real estate agent, we can help you fill out the forms and accompany you to the police station. The fee for applying for the NIE is € 9.64, which must be done through the bank. At the time of the request, they will give you a provisional document which will be used after 3 days, return to the police station to collect the final document, in the event that you cannot go there, another person may be authorized to come in your place.
Remind non-EU buyers to submit additional documents.

If you are a non-resident, you must also open a Spanish bank account to make payment to the seller from a Spanish account, as required by law.
If the seller is a foreigner, he is obliged to pay 3% of the value of the sale, an amount that you must withhold on the day of the appointment with the notary from the total purchase price.
The following costs are not included in the sale price published on our site: Patrimonial Transfer Tax (ITP 10%), Registration with the Property Register and Notary fees.
The management costs of the agency FINQUES MAR SERVEIS INMOBILIARIS SL are included in the published price.
-Our sales agents and information channels support you in the following steps during the buying and selling process:
-Preparation of the legal contract of the property sale agreement in the official languages ​​with translation into FRENCH-ENGLISH-GERMAN
- Obtaining the NIE document (Foreign Identification Number) necessary for non-resident foreign clients who wish to buy or sell a property in Spain.
 
-Request documents from the property register for verification of any charges that the property may have.
-Management of mortgage cancellation and registration fees.
-Up-to-date payment verification (Town halls and communities of owners).
-Advice and support online and personally for the opening of a Spanish bank account, in most banks.
- Support for the request for a name change or a new contract with the public water and electricity distribution services.
-Post-purchase advice in the treatment of the compulsory wealth management model 210 to the tax administration.
-Management and processing of the payment of the tax of non-resident selling customers, corresponding to 3% of the value of the sale, model 211, form EX15 and payment of tax 790 by the tax authorities.
- To reserve a property, a sales agreement must be signed between the seller and the purchaser, where the maximum time limit for formalizing the public deed before a notary is indicated, the reservation amounts, the sale price also will be indicated with a clause obliging both the buyer and the seller to comply with all the commitments of the contract, obliging the buyer to buy the property described in the sales agreement contract before the agreed date, risking losing the amount transferred in concept of acquisitions if he did not do so, and obliging the seller to sell the property described in the contract before the date indicated or to return double the sum received in concept of reservation for the acquisition of the property, if he didn't.
-The total payment of the property on the day of the public deed before the notary is always made by personal bank check or bank transfer. The notary ensures that the sale is carried out in accordance with Spanish law, acts primarily for the interests of the State and does not represent the buyer or the seller.
- Before signing, the notary will have verified that the property is registered in the property register in the name of the seller and if there are any charges or mortgages they must be cancelled before finalizing the sale. A copy of the provisional public document can be requested before the day of signature, for its verification.
In the region there are different notaries who speak English and French.
Once the sale / purchase has been made, the notary gives a copy of the public deed to all parties, which is necessary for requests to change the name of contracts with public water and electricity distribution services, town hall, insurance, community of owners, alarm, among others.
After about 3 months, you can get the original and final bill of sale back.

ALSO, WE MUST MAKE A STUDY OF WHAT KIND OF PROPERTY IS BEST FOR OUR NEEDS: HOUSE, URBAN VILLA, APARTMENT, APARTMENT OR RUSTIC PROPERTY.

In Spain, the soil is divided into several types:
- Urban land, building and residential land.
- Rustic, rural, non-building land
- Industrial.
- Forestry.

If you decide that the property you want to buy is rustic, ask yourself before you venture out to visit, what should that rustic property be like:
- What minimum or maximum surface there must be,
- What is the maximum distance from the nearest town,
- What type of access are they ready to support (in some cases there are unpaved and narrow accesses),
-The importance of having water and electricity services or the compliance of alternative services such as cisterns or wells for water or solar panels with batteries for electricity,
-Priority to have a view of the sea or the mountains or not
- Importance of having neighbours at a certain distance or of being totally isolated,
- Preference of the structural condition of the building or house depending on the price; that is, it is necessary to do some works and restore their style or prefer to buy something that does not require major works or rehabilitation efforts,
-Use and surface of the existing building (remember that in most municipalities, any modification and / or extension of existing buildings on rustic land is prohibited; only maintenance and restoration thereof are authorized),
- Finally, set a maximum price for yourself (it may be a little higher than your budget, counting on a possible subsequent negotiation) and start the search for this budget towards lower budgets.
If the property is urban:
- You must require that the property must have a residential certificate and an energy certificate,
- That there are no charges, and if so, withhold the amount of the final sale price to settle it, (also calculate the provisions for cancellation of the charge).
- Take a reading of the water and electricity meters and revise the last bill to calculate the difference with the day of purchase and to be able to enter into an agreement with the seller for the payment of the distribution utilities in this period.
- If the property is over 20 years old, the power company will request an electrical recognition bulletin issued by a professional technician.
- If the property is located on rustic or non-building land, request an urban planning certificate from the municipal council that there is no open urban file.
- Request an up-to-date payment certificate from the community of owners.
- Request an up-to-date payment certificate from the city council where the property is located.
- Request an updated 'simple note' to check the current condition of the property, charges and mortgages.

Here are some interesting links:

Plan director urbanístico de las construcciones agrícolas tradicionales de Les Terres de l'Ebre 
NORMATIVA GENERAL DE L'AMETLLA DE MAR
NORMATIVA GENERAL DE EL PERELLO 
NORMATIVA DE SUELO NO URBANIZABLE DE LA AMPOLLA 

With these search criteria, you are much more prepared to go and visit the properties that really match your research and your budget, without having to waste time and carry a project, since the properties are generally far from each other and take time and dedication to you and the seller or the agency.
Details to consider before buying a property:
The following procedures that we detail are always supervised by FINQUESMAR, but if you decide to buy with another agency or individual, you should at least take into account the following recommendations:
-If you are not a Spanish resident, you can apply for the NIE (tax identification number for foreigners) the request is made at a Spanish consulate in your country or request an appointment at the following link:
https://sede.administracionespublicas.gob.es/icpplus/index.html.

Depending on the region of Tarragona in which you want to buy, you must choose one of the three police stations available: Tortosa, Reus or Tarragona; For this, they will ask for a photocopy of your passport or identity card with the valid originals and in case of non-EU status, a photocopy and the original of the valid visa; a document proving that you are going to buy a property in Spain which can be provided by a notary or a real estate agency, and the completed EX15 form which can be printed by clicking on the following link:  FORMULARIO NIE
As a real estate agent, we can help you fill out the forms and accompany you to the police station. The fee for applying for the NIE is € 9.64, which must be done through the bank. At the time of the request, they will give you a provisional document which will be used after 3 days, return to the police station to collect the final document, in the event that you cannot go there, another person may be authorized to come in your place.
Remind non-EU buyers to submit additional documents.

If you are a non-resident, you must also open a Spanish bank account to make payment to the seller from a Spanish account, as required by law.
If the seller is a foreigner, he is obliged to pay 3% of the value of the sale, an amount that you must withhold on the day of the appointment with the notary from the total purchase price.
The following costs are not included in the sale price published on our site: Patrimonial Transfer Tax (ITP 10%), Registration with the Property Register and Notary fees.
The management costs of the agency FINQUES MAR SERVEIS INMOBILIARIS SL are included in the published price.
-Our sales agents and information channels support you in the following steps during the buying and selling process:
-Preparation of the legal contract of the property sale agreement in the official languages ​​with translation into FRENCH-ENGLISH-GERMAN
- Obtaining the NIE document (Foreign Identification Number) necessary for non-resident foreign clients who wish to buy or sell a property in Spain.
 
-Request documents from the property register for verification of any charges that the property may have.
-Management of mortgage cancellation and registration fees.
-Up-to-date payment verification (Town halls and communities of owners).
-Advice and support online and personally for the opening of a Spanish bank account, in most banks.
- Support for the request for a name change or a new contract with the public water and electricity distribution services.
-Post-purchase advice in the treatment of the compulsory wealth management model 210 to the tax administration.
-Management and processing of the payment of the tax of non-resident selling customers, corresponding to 3% of the value of the sale, model 211, form EX15 and payment of tax 790 by the tax authorities.
- To reserve a property, a sales agreement must be signed between the seller and the purchaser, where the maximum time limit for formalizing the public deed before a notary is indicated, the reservation amounts, the sale price also will be indicated with a clause obliging both the buyer and the seller to comply with all the commitments of the contract, obliging the buyer to buy the property described in the sales agreement contract before the agreed date, risking losing the amount transferred in concept of acquisitions if he did not do so, and obliging the seller to sell the property described in the contract before the date indicated or to return double the sum received in concept of reservation for the acquisition of the property, if he didn't.
-The total payment of the property on the day of the public deed before the notary is always made by personal bank check or bank transfer. The notary ensures that the sale is carried out in accordance with Spanish law, acts primarily for the interests of the State and does not represent the buyer or the seller.
- Before signing, the notary will have verified that the property is registered in the property register in the name of the seller and if there are any charges or mortgages they must be cancelled before finalizing the sale. A copy of the provisional public document can be requested before the day of signature, for its verification.
In the region there are different notaries who speak English and French.
Once the sale / purchase has been made, the notary gives a copy of the public deed to all parties, which is necessary for requests to change the name of contracts with public water and electricity distribution services, town hall, insurance, community of owners, alarm, among others.
After about 3 months, you can get the original and final bill of sale back.
ALSO, WE MUST MAKE A STUDY OF WHAT KIND OF PROPERTY IS BEST FOR OUR NEEDS: HOUSE, URBAN VILLA, APARTMENT, APARTMENT OR RUSTIC PROPERTY.
In Spain, the soil is divided into several types:
- Urban land, building and residential land.
- Rustic, rural, non-building land
- Industrial.
- Forestry.
If you decide that the property you want to buy is rustic, ask yourself before you venture out to visit, what should that rustic property be like:
- What minimum or maximum surface there must be,
- What is the maximum distance from the nearest town,
- What type of access are they ready to support (in some cases there are unpaved and narrow accesses),
-The importance of having water and electricity services or the compliance of alternative services such as cisterns or wells for water or solar panels with batteries for electricity,
-Priority to have a view of the sea or the mountains or not
- Importance of having neighbours at a certain distance or of being totally isolated,
- Preference of the structural condition of the building or house depending on the price; that is, it is necessary to do some works and restore their style or prefer to buy something that does not require major works or rehabilitation efforts,
-Use and surface of the existing building (remember that in most municipalities, any modification and / or extension of existing buildings on rustic land is prohibited; only maintenance and restoration thereof are authorized),
- Finally, set a maximum price for yourself (it may be a little higher than your budget, counting on a possible subsequent negotiation) and start the search for this budget towards lower budgets.
If the property is urban:
- You must require that the property must have a residential certificate and an energy certificate,
- That there are no charges, and if so, withhold the amount of the final sale price to settle it, (also calculate the provisions for cancellation of the charge).
- Take a reading of the water and electricity meters and revise the last bill to calculate the difference with the day of purchase and to be able to enter into an agreement with the seller for the payment of the distribution utilities in this period.
- If the property is over 20 years old, the power company will request an electrical recognition bulletin issued by a professional technician.
- If the property is located on rustic or non-building land, request an urban planning certificate from the municipal council that there is no open urban file.
- Request an up-to-date payment certificate from the community of owners.
- Request an up-to-date payment certificate from the city council where the property is located.
- Request an updated 'simple note' to check the current condition of the property, charges and mortgages.

Here are some interesting links:
Plan director urbanístico de las construcciones agrícolas tradicionales de Les Terres de l'Ebre 
NORMATIVA GENERAL DE L'AMETLLA DE MAR
NORMATIVA GENERAL DE EL PERELLO 
NORMATIVA DE SUELO NO URBANIZABLE DE LA AMPOLLA 

With these search criteria, you are much more prepared to go and visit the properties that really match your research and your budget, without having to waste time and carry a project, since the properties are generally far from each other and take time and dedication to you and the seller or the agency.
 
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