Apartments for rental long term in Spain
We have hundreds of apartments for rental long term in Spain. Apartments and penthouses
for long term rental and let throughout the whole of Spain and its islands, including
Tenerife and Majorca.If you are looking for work in Spain then you are going to
need to find accommodation first. Start searching the InSpain website a few weeks
before you are due to move to see what is currently on the market.
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On the InSpain website there is a long term and short term holiday rental section
and once you have found the apartment that you are interested in you can contact
the owner or the Spanish estate agent directly by filling out a simple enquiry form.
You will usually need to pay a deposit and a month rental in advance. It is easier
to find a property in the autumn and winter as in the summer many owners decide
to look for short term holiday renters as there is more money per week in this.
So if you are thinking of renting out an apartment in Spain for a long period of
time then don’t look in the summer, wait until the end of September when more property
will become available and with it more choice.
Apartments for rental long term can also be found in local ex-pat newspapers but
this involves more work as you will not see any pictures of the property so you
can waste a lot of time this way. Viewing properties online is much better, you
can make up a short list and then go and view them.
A long-term rental contract in Spain has a duration exceeding one year. If the contract
does not exceed five years, it will be renewed automatically upon its expiration,
unless the tenant is not willing to renew it. The landlord is obliged to accept
these renewals, except when he had previously stated in the contract that he needs
to recover the property for his own use before completing the five-year period.
After the five-year term, the owner may rescind the contract, provided he had given
the tenant 30 days' notice before the end of the contract, otherwise the contract
will be automatically renewed for three years, unless the tenant refuse this renewal.
When the contract does not stipulate a rental period, it will run for one year.
In all such instances, you should always take the advice of your Spanish Lawyer.
You can find details of Spanish lawyers on our homepage or contact us for further