Terra Meridiana charges the equivalent to one calendar month’s rent, plus VAT which is currently 21%.
Our service includes: listing your property on our website and via industry networks; finding suitable tenants, as per your requirements, and compiling comprehensive references to qualify risk; arranging visits and accompanying prospective tenants to your property; and any communication on your behalf with the tenant, until you sign the contract.
If you are resident in Spain, you are required to declare rental income on your annual income-tax declaration and pay the corresponding rate of tax, depending on your total earnings during the fiscal year, on any income earned.
Non-resident landlords are obliged to pay tax at a rate of 24.75% on net rental income earned in Spain, but if you are resident in another European Union member state, you should be able to claim this back in your own country.
Tax residents of EU states can also offset expenses incurred in relation to the rental contract, such as estate agent fees, repair and maintenance work, etc. against income, but tax residents of states outside the EU are not eligible to do so.
Tax declarations must be submitted and taxes paid on a quarterly basis.