Documents and formalities necessary to sell your flat
Documents and formalities necessary for the sale of your apartment:
1. National Identity Document, Resident Card in force, or valid passport, of all registrars.
2. Original writing of the property.
3. Receipt of Real Estate Tax (Contribution), for the current year. In case of having lost it will have to provide proof issued by the City Hall as it is not owed. We remind you that according to Law 39/1988 art. 75 of the fiscal ordinance, the payment of I.B.I. Of the current year corresponds to the registered owner on 1 January of the year of sale. Also, keep in mind that the Notary will verify that he is up to date on payment of the last 4 years of the tax.
4. Community of Owners current of payments. If an Administrator exists, he / she must submit a Certificate issued by said Administrator, with the approval of the President, as he / she is aware of ordinary and extraordinary payments. If there is no Administrator, you must submit a letter signed by the President and the Secretary of the community with the seal of the same, as is current of payments, ordinary and extraordinary. In both cases the last paid receipt must also be provided.
5. Last receipt paid for each of the services of the property. It is advisable not to withdraw from any supply of the property (water, electricity, gas ...) to facilitate the buyer change the name of the same and not make you incur unnecessary expenses. Since it will have its own consumption that has not yet been paid since the receipt of the current month has not been turned, it must provide the actual reading of the counters of the day in which the sale is going to proceed.
6. Certificate of current habitability. The certificates issued before 2004 have a validity of 10 years from the date of issue and those issued after 15 years. Without the valid Housing Certificate, the deed of sale can not be granted. Check that your contribution is required in your autonomous community. In principle, in Andalusia, Aragon, Castile and Leon, Galicia, Murcia and Basque Country is not necessary its contribution.
7. Certificate of Energy Efficiency of housing. In the terms established in the Basic Procedure of Royal Decree 235/2013, of April 5, issued by a competent technician, in which the energy characteristics and energy efficiency rating of the dwelling are collected. The notary will also require this Certificate. In addition, you must process it from the moment you decide to put it on sale, since without it you will not be able to advertise the property.
8. Goodwill of the City Hall. We remind you that it will have to be settled at the corresponding City Hall, within 30 business days from the date of writing of the Sales Deed, and must submit a SIMPLE COPY of said Deed, which must be collected at the Notary's office.
9. Keys to housing. The act of handing over keys at the time of the granting of the public deed of purchase, entails the material delivery of the possession of the dwelling.
10. Condition of usual residence of marriage. In the case that the house constitutes the family home and is owned only by a member of the couple, they must come to the signature both, so that whoever does not own it consents in its sale.
11. Technical Inspection of Buildings. The certificate of suitability in case the building has been forced to pass the Technical Inspection of Buildings (ITE).
The technical inspection is obligatory:
A) If determined by the Program of mandatory technical inspections.
All residential buildings must be subjected to technical inspection before 45 years old, taking as a date the one that appears in the cadastre. For multi-family dwelling buildings older than 1950 Age of building / Term to pass ITE inspection
Between 1951 and 1961: Until 31 December 2015
Between 1961 and 1971: Until 31 December 2016
From 1971: The year that turns 45 years old.
B) If determined by local programs or ordinances,
C) If the building or dwellings of the building have to receive public aid programs
The obligation to submit housing buildings to technical inspection corresponds to the property.
12. Guarantees. In the case that the dwelling is less than 10 years old, it must provide the decennial insurance for hidden defects and structural defects, which was given by the developer on the day of its acquisition.
13. With reference to possible loads on the property being transmitted:
A) MORTGAGE: If the mortgage is not amortized, it must provide the Pending Capital Certificate, plus interest and commissions to proceed with its cancellation on the 3 days following the day established for the signature, which reflects the loan number and The farm (address and property register). If the mortgage is fully amortized, you must provide the Zero Balance Certificate that reflects the loan number and the property (address and registration), to proceed with the cancellation of the registration. In both cases, a provision of funds must be made to guarantee the cancellation of the mortgage by means of an appropriate payment letter.
B) CONDITION RESOLUTION: Contribution of all bills of exchange of the deferred payment that are recorded in the deed (amount, maturity, class, series and number), to proceed with its cancellation. In the case of having lost any, you must ask the creditor for the letter of payment of the debt, if it had not yet been prescribed.
C) USUFRUCTO: In case the usufructuary had died, present Death Certificate of the same, to proceed with the cancellation of the usufruct. Otherwise (in life) the beneficial owner must be duly identified on the day of signature.