A Spanish Conveyancing Service You Can Trust
It’s perfectly understandable, and in fact extremely healthy, for British buyers to approach the purchase of Spanish property with a certain amount of caution. Over the years, there have been a number of horror stories about Spanish property purchases going wrong, with hundreds of British buyers left with nothing to show for decades of hard work. The sad fact is that so many of these cases could have been avoided if the necessary checks had been made.
There is no protocol in Spanish conveyancing to regulate the process and make sure even the most basic checks are completed. In the UK, local searches and water and drainage searches are carried out as standard practice, and we work to these guidelines to deliver the highest standard of property conveyancing service to British buyers in Spain.
Delivering a comprehensive conveyancing service
At Costa Conveyancing, we have many years of experience in the purchase of property across the Costas, the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. This experience gives us great insight into the potential stumbling blocks to look out for to make the process of purchasing your property as simple and straightforward as it can be.
Many of the legal problems that exist in the Spanish property market are connected to the purchase of properties ‘off-plan’. Builders can go out of business, properties can be built without planning permission, and clients’ money can be used for purposes other than building the property.
Our conveyancing experts do not carry out any work on properties built off-plan. We only assist you in the purchase of properties that are already built, thereby eliminating the vast majority of potential problems.
Personal, professional and prompt
As a completely independent property conveyancing service in Spain, we only ever act in your best interests, using our direct links to the Spanish Land Registry to receive quick results to our searches. We provide practical advice at all times, delivering a personalised and prompt service to keep you regularly updated by telephone, email or in person, at every stage of the transaction.
If there’s anything else you’d like to know, please refer to our questions and answers page . Alternatively, get in touch by calling +34 692144411 or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our team will be happy to help.