Getting Nota simple

Nota Simple is a document containing basic information about real estate in Spain. This document is issued by the Property Register (Registro de la Propiedad) and is an official report on the condition of the property. Nota Simple usually contains the following information:

  1. Identification data: Nota Simple indicates the unique number of the property, its location and other identification data.

  2. Property: The document indicates information about the owners of the property and their shares in the property.

  3. Mortgages and encumbrances: Nota Simple contains information about mortgages, liens or other encumbrances that may be placed on real estate.

  4. Legal Status: The document states the legal status of the property, such as whether there are any legal disputes or restrictions on use.

  5. Other additional information:Nota Simple may include other additional information about the property, such as the presence of tax debts or information about previous sales transactions.

This document is an important tool when purchasing property in Spain, as it provides useful information about its status and history, which can help buyers make an informed decision before purchasing.

Obtaining Nota Simple Spain/Torrevieja/Alicante

The procedure for obtaining Nota Simple in Spain includes several steps:

  1. Preparation of an application: The first step is to prepare an application for Nota Simple. The application can be submitted to any Property Register (Registro de la Propiedad) in Spain.

  2. Filling out the application form: The application must indicate real estate identification data, such as address, cadastral number or other characteristics.

  3. Payment of Fee: A fee may be charged for obtaining Nota Simple, which is usually payable at the time of application.

  4. Applying: An application for Nota Simple can be submitted in person at the Property Register office, sent by mail or submitted online through the register's electronic services website.

  5. Request processing: After receiving the application, Property Register employees begin processing the request for Nota Simple.

  6. Issuing Nota Simple: After processing the request, Nota Simple is issued to the applicant. This may take from several days to several weeks depending on the workload of the Property Register office.

  7. Receiving the document: The Nota Simple can be sent by mail or delivered in person to the applicant, or you can receive it electronically if you requested it online.

Help in obtaining Nota Simple Torrevieja/Alicante/Spain

It is important to note that Nota Simple is provided on a public basis and anyone can request it to review basic property information. This document is an important tool when buying, selling or renting property in Spain.

We provide assistance in obtaining Nota Simple, we have experience working with real estate in Spain:

  1. Consultation and document preparation: Real estate experts can advise you about the Nota Simple process and help you prepare the necessary documents for filing your application.

  2. Applying: Agents can apply for a Nota Simple on your behalf to the relevant Property Register, saving you time and simplifying the process.

  3. Application Status Tracking: Once your application is submitted, agents can track the status of your request and ensure that your Nota Simple is received on time.

  4. Translation and Interpretation: If you need to translate Nota Simple into another language or interpret the contents of a document, agents can help with this.

  5. Support and advice: If you have questions or need additional information, agents can provide you with support and advice on all issues related to Nota Simple.

If you are considering buying property in Spain and need assistance with obtaining a Nota Simple, we will help you through the process of obtaining this important document without unnecessary hassle or delay.

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