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Selling your property in Mijas

Making the decision to sell your property is a life changing event. It can be an overwhelming and confusing process without the right expertise to guide you every step of the way. At Mijas Properties we pride ourselves on delivering a personalised service when it comes to selling your home. We treat it as though it as one of our own and work tirelessly to find you the perfect buyer.

We understand that there are often financial and time pressures involved in selling a property, which is why we manage the entire sales process from start to finish on your behalf. This helps to relieve you of the paperwork, viewings and negotiations and accelerates the speed of sale.

As a family run business, we work together as a team to help achieve your goal of selling your property for the best possible price in a timely manner. With over 34 years’ experience in the Mijas real estate market we have come to learn what is important to our clients during the sales process. We aim to be your go-to contact and a reliable, friendly partner in what is often considered to be a fiercely competitive industry.

Our service to you:

• A full appraisal and valuation of your property
• Advice on the activity levels of the local property market
• Photography, videos, and online listings
• Marketing your property
• Property viewings
• Negotiations with clients
• Liaison with lawyers
• Assistance with house clearance and removals

We help you sell your home!

Over the past few decades, the Costa del Sol property market has experienced its ups and downs. Now the market is thriving once again, it is important to pitch your property accurately, considering the current supply and demand balance. Accurate valuations and impressive presentation are essential to ensure a smooth and quick sale.

Thanks to our extensive and up to date knowledge of the local real estate market, our team will thoroughly analyse and evaluate similar properties for sale in your area so we can value your property correctly and target the right buyers who meet your sales objectives.

We maximise the exposure of your property listing through our large network of real estate agents along the coast. In addition, we advertise across a range of national and international property portals. This allows us to increase the visibility of your property to a wider audience of potential buyers.

We strive to conduct as many viewings as possible but are careful to secure only qualified buyers that are the right match for your home. We familiarise ourselves with your property, so that we are well equipped to answer questions in detail on your behalf to increase the chance of securing a sale.

Documentation required to list your property with us

When listing your property with us, we will ask for a number of documents from you. This is now required by Law, to achieve greater transparency in the Andalusian real estate market, through the provision of complete information to potential buyers so that they can make informed decisions. The intention was to formalize the necessary documentation to ensure that buyers would not be trapped in situations where the new owner could not sell, rent or reform, for example, because the property was acquired without the proper and formal permits from the town hall.

Decreto 218 requires sellers to be transparent about property information, including documentation showing that it is legal and meets all the construction regulations. This documentation must be provided to the agent listing your property for sale.

The required documentation includes the following:

First occupation license (Licencia de Primera Ocupación)

This license is issued upon completion of construction and certifies that the property was built in accordance with the planning permissions granted by the City Council, and other regulations in force at the time of construction.

Nota simple

This is a non-certified document issued by the Land Registry that contains information about the property: type of property, name, ownership, rights, size, type, boundaries and any loans, mortgages that are associated with the property,

Energy Efficiency Certificate (CEE)

This is a certificate that demonstrates the energy efficiency of the property so that the buyer is aware of energy costs. This requirement was established in Royal Decree 235/2013 of April 5, 2013.

IBI (Impuesto sobre Bienes Inmuebles)

IBI is a local annual tax that is paid to the Town Hall for its services. This is applicable for both residents and non-residents. Proof of payment for the current year must be presented.

Rubbish (basura)

The payment for garbage collection by the City Council. Poof of payment for the current year must be presented.

Community fees

Documentation showing associated community fees for your property, including any outstanding debts.

The real estate agency is responsible for obtaining, maintaining, and making available to potential buyers all the aforementioned data. Buyers have the right to request this information from the real estate agent selling the property before, during or after viewing the property. This means that agents must obtain complete information from the owner before listing a property in their sales office, website, social media or on any third-party property portals. Buyers will generally request such documentation before showing interest or making an offer.

Decreto 218 does not apply to private purchases. This means that if you buy a property directly from the owner, it does not apply.

Get in touch

If you are looking to sell your property, get in touch with our team of real estate professionals, who can help you sell your home quickly and stress-free!