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Long Term Apartment Rental/Alicante

Old Aug 17th 2017, 12:57 am
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I have booked a vacation apartment in 2018 for a few weeks to do some research with view to relocating permanently.

I plan on meeting with long-term rental agents in Alicante to find out as much as I can about the ins and outs of long term rentals (tenants' rights, length of rentals, etc.).

I would appreciate any feedback about this...the good and the bad. Any agents who you would recommend, etc.

Thanks for any feedback you think might be helpful.

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Originally Posted by SandraSP
I have booked a vacation apartment in 2018 for a few weeks to do some research with view to relocating permanently.

I plan on meeting with long-term rental agents in Alicante to find out as much as I can about the ins and outs of long term rentals (tenants' rights, length of rentals, etc.).

I would appreciate any feedback about this...the good and the bad. Any agents who you would recommend, etc.

Thanks for any feedback you think might be helpful.

Sandra

Contracts must be in Spanish so take a translator if you don't speak Spanish (don't rely on the agent).

Pay only 1 months rent as security deposit (fianza)

Make sure the contract acknowledges and follows the LAU (Spanish long-term rental law)

Only pay 1 months rent up front

Contract can be for any duration YOU want - question them if they insist it has to be 11 months as it doesn't.

You can leave whenever you want with 30 days notice.

The contract 'automatically' renews for up to 3 years and then a further year by agreement if you want.
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Thanks. This is very helpful. Sandra
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