Selling your property in Marbella can be a profitable venture, but it’s essential to be prepared and aware of the process, costs, and requirements.
Let’s guide you through it.
For the initial assessment, we will visit your property.
We kindly request that you gather as much information as possible about the property, such as a nota simple and floorplans.
During our visit, we will conduct an inventory of your property to prepare a valuation.
We will also discuss our service packages and provide recommendations on which package suits you best.
Properties without an LPO:
Given the large number of properties lacking LPOs, the non-infraction procedure was introduced to stabilize the property market in Marbella and protect homeowners and potential buyers from legal consequences.
While it doesn’t grant an LPO directly, it prevents legal actions or penalties against properties due to past infractions.
During the property purchase, the buyer’s lawyer may request this document if there’s no LPO.
With this document, the new buyer can also apply for a mortgage or rental permit.
Since this procedure takes some months, we recommend requesting the non-infraction certificate at the town hall in advance.
When you work with Grupo DVOS, we will devise your optimal sales strategy.
We will create professional marketing materials, including photos, text, and advertisements.
We know how to present your property effectively and where to promote it.
With Grupo DVOS, you’ll have a dedicated agent to assist you throughout the entire process.
After we complete negotiations with the buyer of your property, it’s important to be aware of the following costs on the seller’s side.
Selling a property in Marbella, like anywhere else, requires preparation and understanding of local regulations and market dynamics.
Grupo DVOS will ensure a smooth transaction and help you get the best value from your sale! If you are considering selling your property, do not hesitate to contact us without any further obligation!