Holiday Rentals License

Holiday Rentals License

Holiday Rentals License

  • Posted by : Vives Pons & Asociados S.L.P.

Tourist property is considered to be property whose use is mediated by price, usually under immediate availability, and for tourism, holidays or recreational purposes.

It is considered to be so if habitually:

It is offered for tourist use by companies that manage tourist properties.
It is made available to clients by its owner, regardless of the contracted period and the services provided by the hotel industry.
When tourist marketing channels are used. Including Internet and other new technology systems.

This concept should be differentiated from other housing rents which, although seasonal, are perceived as strict accommodation only and no additional services are provided.

GENERAL INFORMATION

What Should I Inform of changes?

Inform the "Tourist Administration" of any circumstance that affect the description of tourist use of a tourist property (initiation or ceasing of activity and changes such as: classification, capacity, ownership ...)

Who can apply?

Any person or company, being the owner or not of the tourist property, that will be responsible  for the property and setting the conditions of immediate availability for the use of the clients with tourist, vacation or recreational purposes, agreeing to the period of rental and use.

From Vives Pons & Asociados we want to help you in obtaining this documentation, so we have a PACKAGE FOR TOURIST ACCOMMODATION, if you have up to 5 properties, which includes:

- Digital Certificate

- Registration of the property in the official database

- Dunning sheets

- Required forms

- Official plaque

We also offer you the annual maintenance service or variations in which all the information is updated in the official database, where the entries, modifications and cancellations of your properties are registered.

We would like to take this opportunity to inform you that if you have a property in Spain and you are not a resident of Spain, you are required to file a Non-Resident Tax:

-If you rent the property, you must present two taxes, one for the time the property was rented and the other for the time it was not rented. If you rent the property at different times of the year, you must file quarterly returns.

-If you have a property but don't rent it, you would only file an annual tax.

- If you have a property and rent it throughout the year, it will no longer be considered a vacation rental and you must file quarterly returns.

And if you are a resident in Spain, the income from this rental must be presented on your annual tax return.

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