Buying or selling a property in Spain is best done through the services of a legal specialist or lawyer. The mediation of a specialist is advisable because in the past in some parts of Spain building regulations have not always been taken seriously, and the local notary doesn't carry out the verification which one expects from a notary in northern Europe.
Landcross Lawyers can give you guidance, verifies, advises and completes buying and selling procedures in a professional way.
We are experienced in all aspects of property law and represent a wide range of clients throughout Spain, from first time buyers through to experienced property developers and investors. If problems or obstacles arise, which are more common than meets the eye, we know how to try and solve those problems to keep the transaction alive rather than go abortive.
Conveyancing includes many different transaction types, including leasehold flats, new build, off plan, right to buy and shared ownership, and as with all things legal, experience counts in ensuring not only a smooth conveyancing service, but protecting your interests.