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We market your property all over Europe, investing heavily in advertising across all the major property portals combining the power of Rightmove, Zoopla, Primelocation, Think Spain etc, giving your property amazing exposure. We also feature regularly on TV property channels focusing on luxury property.
We maintain a database of active qualified buyers whom we can contact as soon as we launch your property to the market. This helps get the marketing of your property off to a flying start.
We can also use Discreet Marketing if you require, this refers to properties that are available for sale, but not advertised in the public domain, (Property Off-Line), this is were we work closely on a one to one bases with our clients who have already been through our purchasing process to put forward your property that we feel could be right for them.
Marketing your property
- High-quality photography taken of your property
- 360% Video tours of your property
- Showcase features for maximum exposure
- Listing on the multiple listing portals
- Mailshot your property to 1,000’s of serious buyers
- International advertising and TV campaigns.
- Social Media platforms
Working with you
Utilizing his our exceptional experience and knowledge of the luxury market place in Lanzarote we have reputation as a tenacious broker who goes the extra mile for you and our clients.
One of the most important things is time, it’s precious, we understand that it is highly likely that you have a strict set of requirements which your home must meet that’s why we won’t squander it on wasted visits.
We only act for serious buyers and as a consequence, you can expect some serious advantages from your relationship with us. Millionaires Row is able to provide you a personal service allowing total discretion and confidentiality.
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Your property selling costs
There are basically five expenses when selling your property.
- Capital gains tax,
- Plusvalía tax
- Energy efficiency certificate.
- Electrical bulletin
- Lawyers/agent fees
CAPITAL GAINS TAX @ 19%: of your net profit. (for non residents)
The net profit is basically obtained by calculating the difference between the purchase price (or inheritance) and the sale price.
You may be able to claim various costs against your Capital Gains Tax:
- Lawyers fees or Solicitors fees
- Notary fees
- Estate agent fees
- Building work
Home improvements, IE, kitchen, bathrooms, building work, tiling, swimming pool, etc. ( You must have receipts that are made out to the owner of the property)
Income Tax Provision (Retención) (3% non-residents only)
On the day that you complete on the sale there will be a charged of 3% tax retention on the full amount of the declared sale price in the event the seller is a Non Resident in Spain.
The plusvalía tax is based on the increase in the value of your land only, from the date you bought it to the date you sell it and it is calculated by your local Town Hall, the factors determining its amount will vary from one Town Hall to another but this usually amounts to just a few hundred Euros.
Certificate of Energy Performance.
This has been compulsory in Spain since 2013, this is something you need to arrange when you put your property on the market. You cannot sell your property without this Certificate. It can cost between 80 and 350 Euros depending on the size of the property. You can ask your property agent to organize this for you.
The property must be handed over with the actual “ boletin” of electrics to prove the installation conforms to actual legislation and can be changed over to new owners. If the installation is older then 20 years a new boletin will be required.
These are cost that are charged by your own solicitor or lawyer.
Foreign residents who are aged 65 and over:
If you have lived in the property as your main home for three years or more, and you are over 65 years of age when you sell it, then you are exempt from capital gains tax. If you intend to go back to your home country you pay 3% tax on the full declared price on completion and then in your next years tax declaration you can claim this money back from the tax office.