Want To Build Your Own Villa?
Do you intend to construct a property of your own in Spain?
Step 1 To Building your own villa - Let's begin with your property.
The majority of the time, say 20% of the plot, is where you can build.
Therefore, a large plot is required if you want a large villa.
Verify the plot’s and the surrounding plots’ spatial arrangement.
Consider the viewpoints.
Look at the potential properties’ formats: High? Large?
Check the permitted and prohibited activities in that area or city:
Step 2 To Building your own villa - Invest in land
For the local authorities to register the plot and establish the legal act, you must pay a local tax of around 2% in addition to the applicable VAT.
Step 3 To Building your own villa - Locate a designer
Your designer will:
first draught of the project to be created
with the local authorities, request approval for the project’s construction.
The tax for permission ranges between two and three percent of the works’ price.
examine the authorization
Typically, 10% of the total cost of building goes toward the architect.
5 Get your villa delivered.
You’ll get a certificate of compliance. Additionally, you will require the licence for the first profession for which you must pay taxes. The property will first be under the jurisdiction of the local government before being delivered by the contractor.
Finally, you will receive a number of Certificates for your utilities.
You must see the notary to obtain the “Escritura de Obra Nueva,” which contains a detailed description and appraisal of the newly constructed property. In the Register of Properties, it will be listed. You’ll have to pay a tax of between 1.5 and 2 percent for this act.
The contractor needs to be covered by insurance for the next ten years. If not, you should consider getting insurance.
Do you want a newly constructed home but feel it would be too much labour to build it yourself?