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The glorious weather in Ibiza is one of the main reasons why people decide to flock to the island in droves to snap up holiday or investment villas, fincas, apartments and houses. There are numerous foreign property owners on Ibiza. Villas in the countryside, hills and urban areas of Ibiza are particularly popular, as are apartments and houses in some of the island’s beachside resorts.

Buying a property in Ibiza does not necessarily mean uprooting to go and live there permanently; many property owners buy to rent, only visiting their property out of season in order to maximise the amount of money that can be made through renting during the high summer season. There is a great market in renting properties; a surprising number of people visit the island in order to get away from it all, and can’t imagine anything worse than staying in one of the busy all inclusive touristic hotels or apatments amongst hundreds of holidaymakers.

There are, of course, a number of legal concerns and procedures to keep in mind as you prepare to buy a property in Ibiza. Unless your Spanish is very good, it is probably best to use the services of a translator who will explain the legal situation to you. At the local Registro de la Propriedad (Property Registrar) you will need to ask and see what is known as a Notaría Registral, which proves that the property’s previous owner is registered as such and actually has the right to sell the property, and also shows what - if any - charges, taxes and all outstanding encumbrances that remain attached to the property.

If you are planning to develop the land you buy, or to build an extension to an existing property, you will need to consult the local Departamento de Obras (Building Officials) to find out what the relevant regulations are for the area in which you intend to build.

Any property purchase will incur fees and costs, including notary’s fees if you go through an agency, or a land transfer tax in the case of a private sale. You will also need to pay for the property to be entered onto the property register.

This summary of regulations is basic, and it is best to check with the Registro de Propriedad (via your translator) that you have a full list of procedures and details before entering into any kind of contract.

 

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Properties for sale in Ibiza include these areas, Ibiza Town, Figueretas , Playa den Bossa, Jesús, San Antonio , San Antonio Bay , Santa Eulalia , Es Caná, Cala Llonga, Santa Agnés , San Rafael, San Mateo, Santa Gertrudis , San Miguel , San Juan, San Jose, San Carlos, San Vicente , Portinatx , throughout the tranquil countryside and also amongst the many picturesque beach areas on the island of Ibiza


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