The Spanish Golden Visa for UK Residents – Beat the 90/180 Day Rule

Recently we posted articles related to buying a home in Spain post-Brexit. In these posts, we described the Biggest headache British property owners and would-be owners in Spain face – the 90/180-day rule. For decades now, this legislation has been in place and states that non-EU residents can only spend a maximum of 90 days Read More

Holiday Homes in Spain After Brexit

When Britain finalised deals with the EU and left the European Community at the end of the year-long transition period on December 31st 2020, British citizens who own holiday homes in Spain faced several changes that many do not consider advantageous. Freedom of Movement The most disappointing effect of Brexit for many Spanish homeowners who Read More

Help For Second Homeowners Post Brexit

Brexit has caused problems for many sectors of the population, with uncertainty for those from an EU country who live in the UK, UK nationals who live abroad, and perhaps the most unconsidered group, the UK residents who own a second home in Europe. If you are a second homeowner in Spain, post-Brexit, you will Read More

Today Madrid Decides whether to Decree the Total Closure of the Region and Expand Mobility Restrictions

Spain, with 34,673 coronavirus deaths and 1,046,132 contagions, enters this week with a curfew and customised restrictions according to each autonomy, in a bit to slow down the second wave of the pandemic. With the exception of the Canary Islands, Spain spends its first night of mandatory curfew with a newly declared alarm state, which Read More

Spanish government gives the go-ahead for building work to continue in empty premises

Spain’s government has given the green light for restorations and repairs in inhabited properties. This is very welcome news for builders and decorators up and down the country. The Health Ministry previously allowed smaller tasks like painting and decorating jobs to restart in buildings where people were living, But has now also given the green Read More

Sanchez Announces Spain’s De-escalating Plan, To Last Until The End of June

“Our purpose is to get Spain back on track,” says the president of the government The de-escalation plan has 4 phases, to last at least 8 weeks and applied by province Schools will not reopen this before September except for support classes for students with both parents working “As we begin to glimpse the outcome, Read More

Spanish PM Seeks to Extend the Lockdown, At Least Until May 9th 2020

Javea Residents Still In Lockdown For At Least 3 Weeks More Spanish PM seeks to extend the state of alarm due to Coronavirus, until May 9th but will allow children to leave home for controlled periods from April 27th according to El Pais Addressing the Spanish nation on television on Saturday evening, PM Pedro Sánchez Read More

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