Legal Info

Of course buying a Spanish property is a major decision and needs careful thought and consideration. That’s why it’s vital to get the very best legal advice so that you understand everything about your purchase.

We always advise our clients to employ the services of an English speaking solicitor and during your visit you will have the opportunity to ask our legal advisors any questions you may have.

They will ensure that the property you are considering buying is fully legal, that all the necessary permissions and licenses are in place and that the property is sold free of any charges or debts.

When you have made your decision to proceed, a private purchase contract is drawn up between you and the seller and when completion has taken place at the Notary’s office, you will receive a Nota Simple which is proof that the property belongs to you while your deeds (Escritura) are officially registered at the Land Registry Office. This document allows you to resell the property should you wish to do so.

After Sales

Casas & Castles attention to detail does not stop when you complete your purchase at the Notary. We are only too aware that customers need assistance right through the buying process and beyond. So whether it’s advice about making a will or you just need to know the best place to buy your furniture, we are always there to help.

This help and advice is FREE. We don’t make any aftersales charge as we believe we have a commitment to our customers to make sure they are entirely happy with our service. After you might have some help with key holding or looking after your property, we will help you.

We really are there every step of the way, from your first enquiry, right through to your completion and beyond.