The ABCs of Spanish taxation when investing in real estate in Spain

For a long time, Spain has been considered a country of interest for real estate investors.

It is a Western European country with many types of attractive properties available: residential, retail, offices, logistics, industrial, and more. And all this in a place that enjoys a stable legal system, over forty million consumers, and a great climate.

The Spanish taxation system, however, is one of the most complex in the world. This being the case, it is essential to know the taxation associated to each of your investments in order to avoid surprises. We have written this guide as a quick introduction for first time investors. Nevertheless, you must consider it just an introduction since every property has its own peculiarities. We would be happy to help you make your investments a success.

  1. Private individual or Company
  2. Acquisition of a real estate asset
  3. During the investment
  4. Exit. Sale of the real estate property
  5. Other special tax regimes under Spanish Corporate Income Tax

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