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12:24

Local

Home rental prices grew by over eight per cent last year, a slow down on 2018

SUR

...and a monthly rental price of 966 euros. Prices increased by just 2.44% in the second half of the year. According to Ferrán Font of Pisos.com, there's "a slower growth trend in rents" after a period of strong growth which has seen demand spreading ... euros). Catalonia was the region with the biggest increases in rental prices last year at 13.22%. Malaga and Costa increase In Malaga province, including the Costa del Sol, rental prices grew by 14.44% in 2019. Malaga stands out with the fifth highest

16:16

Local

British people could have to pay more tax on properties they rent out on the Costa

Héctor Barbotta

...into force after the transition period, if there is no specific agreement between the UK and Spain beforehand, will have a significant impact. At present EU citizens, although they are not resident in Spain, have to pay 19 per cent tax on the rental ... income they receive, after deducting related expenses including the commissions charged by holiday rental platforms. This has to be paid quarterly after registering as non-resident owners of properties, and the tenants are listed as subsidiary payers. ... Once the Brexit transition period has ended, because these owners will be residents of a non-EU country, they will have to pay 24 per cent tax on the gross rental income and will not be able to deduct any type of associated expenses. This was

19:12

Opinion

Take my advice

Mark Nayler

Podemos is improving the standard of living for those on low incomes and tackling soaring rental prices - part of an overarching aim to reduce Spain's socio-economic inequality. Unsurprisingly, there is no shortage of figures and institutions, both at home ... thought-provoking article by Sam Jones in The Guardian this week - highlighted the problems faced by Spanish families struggling to make ends meet, especially with rent payments (rental prices have increased by around 50% in Spain over the last six years). One lady ... people he met. Only the new Spanish government, which has vowed to cap rental prices, prevent hasty evictions and make further increases to an already much-improved minimum wage, can do that.

11:52

Local

Local start-up in Mijas nominated for international award

SUR.

Check-in Scan, a tech start-up from Mijas, has been nominated for a VRTECH award for its mobile application which helps holiday home owners and rental companies to register their guests with the local authorities or police, depending on the local ... start-up for the vacation rental industry. You can cast your vote online (https://vrtech.events/vote/).

10:23

National

Long-term rental law changed to favour tenants over owners

EDURNE MARTÍNEZ

As part of a promised tightening of national rental laws when it came to power, the PSOE government has updated property letting legislation in response to a big increase in rental prices in Spain recently. The main change announced is to the

12:02

Local

The Airbnb formula takes hold in the yacht rental sector, which is growing again

Mónica Pérez

January and August this year, which is an increase of 4.3 per cent on the same period in 2017, when there were 4,589. Today, chartering (in other words rental, or hire) represents 30.33 per cent of the market, and there were 1,392 new registrations and ... and has resulted in the appearance of internet platforms for yacht hire such as Nautal, Click&Boat and Samboat, which are doing well. The yacht rental market, according to sources in the sector, is growing at an average of between 15 and 20 per cent ... attraction of this type of business in the nautical tourism sector, but warns that illegality cannot be permitted. "If it is a rental, it has to comply with all the administrative, fiscal and employment requirements. As long as it does that, then as an

13:28

Local

Dcoop to open an olive oil museum

IGNACIO LILLO

Muelle 2, on the port in Malaga, has three buildings: one is the luxury cruise terminal, another is the Aula de Mar and the third will soon become the base of the huge Malaga food group, Dcoop. After three months of negotiations, the company has re

14:20

Gibraltar

More Redibike stations now in use in second phase of rental scheme

Debbie Bartlett

...idea of cycling to work, but is also very useful as an alternative and enjoyable way for tourists to explore Gibraltar. The rental fee has also been reduced with the introduction of this second phase, and is now 50 pence for an unlimited amount of ... daily tariff and increasing the length of the rental period, it is hoped that the scheme may appeal to the more local user, especially families who may wish to use the bicycles recreationally, while appealing even more to the commuter". For further