People can become owners of a property for so many reasons. It can be by inheritance, by sale or by dissolution of the condominium. Although there are also other less common possibilities. And it is possible that the new owners do not master 100% of the issues that must be controlled documentary to make a sale without surprises, adjusted to the legality and satisfactory.
Selling a home safely is like cooking an elaborate dish. We must pay attention to everything that in the course of the operation we will need and that will be essential ingredients for the success of the operation. It is a process that requires professional attention so that no detail is forgotten. For this reason, it must be taken into account that the lack of any of these ingredients can lead to a huge displeasure. Both emotional and financial. Bad intentions are not necessary, poor planning can cause damage to third parties that affect us strongly.
For all this, either we inform ourselves well or we delegate the management to a professional. In any case, it is necessary to be very attentive.
Broadly speaking, when selling a home we must bear in mind that to offer we must have the deed in the name of the current owners. If for example it comes from an inheritance, that the acceptance has been made and it has been taken to the property registry.
We must make sure that we do not have outstanding debts with the IBI, that the certificate of habitability is in force, and that we have an energy efficiency certificate.
It is impossible to define roughly what the sale of a home entails. But we must bear in mind that to offer we must have the deed in the name of the seller. If for example it comes from an inheritance, that the acceptance has been made and it has been taken to the property registry.
We must make sure that we do not have outstanding debts with the IBI, that the certificate of occupancy is in force, and that we have an energy efficiency certificate.
As a seller it is also very important that you know the legal terms of the deposit contracts. These regulate contracts and protect one or the other party according to regulations or civil code. If you do not have someone to warn you about it, you can pay dearly, never better.
This is a small guide, but in each case there may be nuances of great importance, especially if there are tougher charges such as liens or inheritances without a will or tenants.