Real Estate Trujillo helps you and supports you throughout the whole process of buying a property, so that the task becomes as simple and easy as possible. We also offer financial services to find the most favourable mortgage for your needs.
Simple steps for buying your home
- Choose a property
Real Estate Trujillo has more than 20,000 properties in the real estate market on the Costa del Sol: Malaga, Mijas, Marbella, San Pedro Alcantara, Puerto Banus, Estepona, Manilva and Sotogrande. Our consultants will provide you with all the necessary information for each property and arrange viewings.
Once you have found the right property for you, all that is left is to put down the deposit and agree upon the specifics for signing the Agreement of Purchase and Sale.
- Mortgage selection
Should you require a mortgage, Real Estate Trujillo will help you arrange it. For many years our mortgage department has helped many customers with their mortgage selection and has processed millions of euros, giving us extensive knowledge of the market and financial sector. We can help you find the best available lender for your needs.
- Obtaining the Deed and Keys for your new property
Once our consultants have everything ready for the signing of the Agreement of Purchase and Sale, we will proceed to make an appointment with the public notary to sign the final contract.
Prior to the signing, our specialists will make sure that there are no charges on the property or impediments to the final sale. Once the documents are signed, all you need to do is collect your keys!
Real Estate Trujillo will advise you and prepare an estimate of the additional costs associated with any sale in Spain, such as legal fees, etc., depending on whether it is the first or second purchase, the age of the buyer and the price of the property.
As a guideline, the additional expenses will include:
- Notary Fees and Land Registry de la Notaría y el Registro de la Propiedad
- VAT or capital transfers dependiendo si es primera o segunda transmisión, respectivamente.
- Documented legal acts (only new developments)