Exploring the terrain of property ownership taxes in Spain is essential for those looking to acquire real estate. This fiscal landscape deserves a detailed analysis for those wishing to fully comprehend the financial environment associated with property ownership.
Impuesto sobre el Valor Añadido (IVA) / Value Added Tax
It applies to the purchase of homes and commercial properties and can have a significant impact on the total cost of acquisition.
IVA is levied on consumption and is applied to the purchase of homes and commercial properties. For homes, the tax rate is 10%, while for commercial properties and land plots, it is 21%.
Property Tax (IBI)
IBI is a local tax. IBI is a local tax. It is paid annually and varies depending on each Autonomous Community.
However, the costs of IBI are limited to a minimum of 0.4% and a maximum of 1.3% of the cadastral value of the property.
Stamp Duty Tax / Impuesto de Actos Jurídicos Documentados
In the case of property sales, this tax applies to both the purchase deed and the mortgage deed.
In the Valencian Community, this tax is 1.5%.
Wealth Tax / Impuesto sobre el Patrimonio
This tax levies the net wealth of individuals. It is paid on the last day of the year and affects the wealth that the taxpayer owns on this date.
Depending on the autonomous community, the limit amount of property value that triggers the payment of Wealth Tax varies. In the Valencian Community, this threshold is €500,000.
Non-Resident Income Tax / Impuesto sobre la Renta de No Residentes
This information is relevant for non-residents in Spain. Taxes on rental income generated by the property must be declared.
If the property does not generate rental income, the tax is calculated based on its value.
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