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All our offices have thriving rental departments offering a fabulous selection of both long term & holiday rentals at competitive prices. We cover the whole Costa Blanca from our network of easybuy offices.
Long Term Rentals
If you want to let your property out on a long term basis or are looking for a property to live in long term, you can rest assured that all rentals are done with fully legal contracts, and any problems are dealt with promptly and professionally. Rentals can be for 3, 6 or 11months renewable as required.
We are always looking to extend our portfolio. We offer a full and reliable property management service. If you are interested in renting out your property through easybuy please give us a call and we will be happy to discuss your requirements.
If your property is on the market but you are struggling to sell why not let it out until you find a purchaser. We can do a "rent to buy" contract to cover this eventuality.
Short Term Holiday Rentals
We are very flexible to your requirements and your rental can be for any length of time and can start and finish at any time, on any day of the week. We can offer budget holiday accommodation and more luxurious options. We have properties close to the beach or golf, in towns and on urbanisations. We even have properties that are very close together for family and friends that want to have separate accommodation but be close to each other.
Property Checks - with No Upfront Management Fee
easylet are now offering a service to give property owners peace of mind while they are away from their Spanish Home. At easylet we feel our clients want value for money as well as a good quality professional service. We at easylet understand that it is often difficult to find the upfront management fee that some management companies charge.
The easybuy offices in Moraira, Javea, San Miguel, Torrevieja and La Marina now offer a Property Check service to the people living on the Costa Blanca.
There is No upfront management fee, as you are able to pay monthly and only for the months that you need the service. We will regularly check your property thoroughly inside and out, at agreed times and after bad weather. We report back to you after every visit and let you know if there are any problems. If you are leaving your property for the whole winter or just away for a few weeks and you want the peace of mind that your property is being taken care of but don't want to pay upfront management fees, easybuy Property Checks are the answer. We do not tie you into a contract and you can cancel the service at any time or just take a break from the service when you are using your property. The property check service is good value for money for a professional and reliable service.
1 check per month 25 Euros per month
2 checks per month 30 Euros per month
1 check per month 25 Euros per month
2 checks per month 30 Euros per month
1 check per month 35 Euros per month
2 checks per month 45 Euros per month
1 check per month 35 Euros per month
2 checks per month 45 Euros per month
You will receive an emailed report after each visit plus photos if there are any changes or damage to your property
easylet - Giving you peace of mind at a price you can't afford to miss
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Tel: 0034 965 969
easybuy is now in it's 7th year of business on the Costa Blanca and is probably the most successful sales and rental agent in Spain. With offices in both north and south Costa Blanca and representatives inland, easybuy continues to provide a fair and effective concept to promoting, selling and renting property.
easybuys unique 0% commission concept has proven to be extremely effective especially in a struggling market. Kingsley from the Torrevieja office comments that “the key to actually getting your property sold is to assure that your property is reasonably priced, we advise our clients to reflect 0% commission in their asking price” It makes absolute sense that a property with no commission is going to gain more attention than a property that has an inflated price due to large commissions. Wherever you are, easybuy can help you work out what price to market your property and really get it noticed.
The San Miguel and Torrevieja offices have thriving rental departments and are constantly looking for new properties for waiting tenants. Jan & Eddie owners of the San Miguel office managed to rent out 5 properties in the last week, which is excellent news for the property owners who are now getting a regular income from their properties.
Good news for Landlords - easybuy can manage your rental property or if you prefer they are happy to just find the tenant. They have competitive rates for landlords and you can choose to pay the fee out of the first months rent once a tenant has been found. If you are worried about renting your property easybuy can even point you in the right direction to obtain very reasonably priced insurance that will protect you from non paying tenants.
Good news for tenants too - easybuy haven’t jumped on the bandwagon to charge tenants a finders fee. This method deters genuine tenants approaching agents. There are no costs to tenants other than the standard deposit and rent in advance, which is fair for both landlord and tenant.
Call 965 745 969 to discuss your needs or email email@example.com
Many people were seduced into purchasing a property with stories of living in the property over the holiday periods and it being rented out the rest of the time, essentially making the property self financing. For most people this turned out, like so many things they were told, to not be strictly true.
Others are now in a situation where the repayments on the property mean they have to consider renting their property out.
Before taking the plunge into the rental market the first thing I advise people to do is take a realistic look at the property and ask themselves do they really want strangers living in their house using their possessions.
It is vital that you can look at your property as a business, and detach yourself from your personal feelings about it as a home.
The other important aspect people take a realistic view of is the potential rent they can expect to achieve. With so many properties being made available the potential tenants are aware they can ask for, and expect to get, more for their money.
Therefore you have to consider what are the unique attributes your property has which will make it more desirable and by extension easier to rent-out. Experience tells us that private pools, detached properties, three bedroom villas are the styles that are readily snapped up and which also attract higher rentals.
Location is also a major factor in how readily a property may rent, north facing is less attractive for many people who have come to get the sun, easy access to schools and hospitals will appeal to different prospects, whether pets or smokers are allowed in the property is another major factor.
All these decisions need to be taken before placing your property on the rental market, the more boxes you can tick the better the chances of finding a tenant.
There are another two things that you have to take into consideration, insurance and taxation.
Insurance first, if someone is living in your property and paying rent you MUST carry public liability insurance as well as general household insurance on your own possessions. In the event of an accident insurance companies the world over will look for any reason not to payout, therefore ensure your insurance company is aware that you intend to rent your property and that you are properly covered, and, get a copy of your policy and check that everything is as you requested, and also that any tenant has their own insurance covering their personal possessions.
Taxation is the next great issue. Regardless of what you have heard in the pub or what you know people have been getting away with, you ARE responsible for paying tax on any monies you earn from your property. It makes no difference if you are declaring this income here in Spain or elsewhere in Europe, you need to have a copy of your tax return showing this income and the tax paid. This return will be needed by your assessor in order to file your tax return here in Spain, this is not an optional , it is a legal requirement that all property owners file an annual return.
The Spanish government, like governments everywhere, is looking at all potential sources of income to make up for the shortfall caused by the rapid decline in construction and related industries. This makes it more likely than ever that the Costas with the large number of properties assumed to have been rented out will come under much closer scrutiny than before, and that the onus will be placed on the non-resident owners to prove they haven´t been renting their property out and not declaring this income.
And all this before we even discuss the fun and games dealing with Iberdrola, Telefonica , Aguagest and all the other various corporate entities that can make living here on the Costa Blanca entertaining.
These issues alone make it more important than ever that you get impartial and independent advice before renting your property out. Yes you will have to pay an agent and yes paying tax and insurance will mean that you may not be getting quite as high a return as you maybe initially expected, but the alternative is even worse. Being sued over an accident or being taken to court over taxation is not going to make your Spanish property dream better.
As ever these articles are not intended as a definitive guide to the law in Spain.
As stated I am going to cover some queries that have been received after articles have been printed, as ever these are not designed to be definitive answers under law but are indicative of our understanding of current practice.
One of the first queries received was from a reader who had been renting a property, privately and without any form of legal contract. They had paid a deposit at the start of the tenancy and were having serious difficulties getting their money repaid after vacating the property.
This kind of situation is, I am afraid, not unusual. There are any numbers of problems which can arise for both the property owner and tenant in these cases.
The first and potentially most serious is the lack of any legal agreement regarding the property, i.e.; who has the right to live in the property, who is responsible for maintenance, community fees, electricity bills etc.
If the property owner has no intention of declaring any income to the authorities then they most certainly will not be willing to ensure that their potential tenants have any legal protection, however, in doing so they also generally unwittingly are giving up almost all the protections they themselves would have.
In the situation described the tenant had no legal standing in Spain, they could not register on the Padron therefore they would be unable to register for healthcare, in the event of Iberdrola cutting off supply they would be completely unable to do anything about this. As at the beginning of the rental there had never been an agreed and through inventory of the property there was always going to be an argument about who owned what and when it had been purchased.
If as was stated the person responsible for “looking after” the property on behalf of the legal owners has a “bit of a reputation” as being somebody not advisable to cross, then it would appear that the deposit is not going to be repaid . If the tenant wished to make a formal complaint to the authorities either here or in the UK then it would not take the property owner long to figure out who had made the complaint and the consequences may not make this an advisable course of action.
Of course had the tenant not chosen to pay rent or to move out then there is virtually nothing the property owner could do without bringing themselves to the notice of the authorities and explaining why they had never declared the property was being rented and why they had no contract or written agreement with their tenant.
Under these circumstances the tenant has all the legal protection from harassment and the owners of the property can find themselves facing police action should anyone, with or without their permission, do anything which is contrary to civil law here in Spain.
The safest solution for both owners and tenants is to use a registered agency and ensure that a fully legal and enforceable contract is in place before it is too late; cutting corners can turn out to have expensive results.
Another enquiry we have received concerns properties which are illegal in the Dolores area. This situation is one which looks as if there will be no winners, except the builders and promoters who have already been paid, and everyone is going to be losers.
The owners of properties which were built illegally in the Dolores area are now starting to receive demands from the local council for fines which appear to be in the region of €20 000.00 which are payable within days.
The letter then goes on to inform the owner that they also have an extremely limited timescale to make the property legal or it may have to be demolished at the owners expense!
It would appear, from the enquiry we received, that there were no contracts issued which would have made the developer, promoter or builder liable for any fines or costs associated with making the properties legal.
All the way through this saga it appears that purchasers were being told that permissions would be granted and that there was never any reason why the council, who had categorically stated this land, was not to be built on, would not change the zoning arrangements and everything would be fine.
Unfortunately verbal agreements are worthless and totally unenforceable so we now have the desperately unhappy situation where people parted with an awful lot of money and bought property which it looks as if they will either be subject to a substantial extra cost or they may have to be demolished.
All this comes at a time when the Spanish property market is having a very hard time and publicity like this does little to help encourage people to invest in this area. As ever the answer to this and similar problems is make sure there is a valid contract in place and any potential conflicts are identified and arrangements to rectify them are clearly stated.
If you have any doubts about what your contract says take it to an INDEPENDENT lawyer to have it checked, the extra expense to yourself and potential upset to the promoter are small change when the possible outcome could be YOU pay to demolish the dream house you bought to spend living the dream life here in Spain.
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