Featured Listing

Real Estate Agents in Javea, Denia and Moraira Areas, Costa Blanca, Spain

Featured Properties for sale

Javea - Alicante
5
3
248 sqm
1000 sqm
Ref: AVS 4951
€1,080,000
Javea - Alicante
3
3
180 sqm
Ref: AVS 56314
€395,000
Javea - Alicante
5
4
227 sqm
803 sqm
Ref: AVS 56194
€549,995
Javea - Alicante
4
4
227 sqm
807 sqm
Ref: AVS 54994
€1,395,000
Javea - Alicante
6
5
724 sqm
2030 sqm
Ref: AVS 54325
€1,470,000
Javea - Alicante
4
3
245 sqm
932 sqm
Ref: AVS 56064
€575,000
Javea - Alicante
6
3
190 sqm
1000 sqm
Ref: AVS 56204
€625,000
Javea - Alicante
7
4
352 sqm
1000 sqm
Ref: AVS 56214
€650,000
Javea - Alicante
5
5
420 sqm
Ref: AVS 56404
€495,000

Who are Alta Villas?

Alta Villas is a fully licensed and insured real estate agency based in Jávea on the Costa Blanca in Spain. A friendly, professional, multilingual team led by Julie Jones, our goal is to make your property journey stress-free!

Buy a property in the Javea area of the Costa Blanca

Alta Villas offers prime properties in sought-after locations on the Costa Blanca from Denia to Moraira and inland to the Jalon Valley. Fully licensed and government-approved, your real estate experience with us will be safe and secure!

Thinking of selling your property?

We are committed to providing a client-focused, professional service that ensures successful property transactions. We achieve this through extensive marketing, proactive networking, and competitive fees.

frequently asked questions

What are the costs of buying a property in Spain?

The costs of buying a property in Spain can vary depending on factors such as the location, type of property, need for a mortgage, and choice of legal representation. In the Marina Alta area of Javea, Moraira, or Denia, buyers should typically budget between 12 to 14% of the purchase price. General costs may include purchase tax, notary and Land Registry fees, mortgage arrangement fees, legal fees, and money transfer expenses

Who pays the real estate agent when buying a property in Javea?

In Javea, the commission and fees of real estate agents are typically covered by the seller. While some buyers may choose to engage a property finder for assistance, reputable listing agencies often provide similar services at no extra cost. At Alta Villas, our property-finding services are comprehensive and complimentary.

Can you buy a property in Spain as a foreigner?

Yes, many foreigners buy properties in Spain as it is a popular investment location. To purchase a property in Spain as a foreigner, you need an NIE number (Número de Identificación de Extranjero), which is a unique tax identification number. You can obtain an NIE number by visiting the local immigration office in Spain or the Spanish embassy/consulate in your home country. While the process of obtaining an NIE can be time-consuming, there are services that can assist you with this

Can you buy a property in Spain as a company?

Buying a property in Spain through a limited company can have fiscal and legal advantages, but it is a more complex and costly process. It is advisable to seek advice from a qualified tax advisor or lawyer before deciding to purchase a property through a company

Where is the best place in Javea to buy a property?

Javea offers various charming areas for property purchase, including Javea Port, Javea Arenal (El Arenal sandy beach), and Javea Pueblo (Old Town), along with surrounding residential areas. The choice of the "best" place depends on individual preferences. AreaslikeAdsubia, Pinosol, Pinomar, Toscal, Tosalet, Piver, and Puerta Fenicia offerproximitytobeaches and amenities, while La Corona, Puchol, Costa Nova Panorama, La Cala, La Siesta, and Balcon al Mar provide sea views. For rural or nature-centric properties, Tarraula and Covatelles are ideal options

Can a non-resident get a mortgage when buying a property in Spain?

Non-residents of Spain can typically secure a mortgage covering up to 70% of the property's purchase price. Residents may be eligible for up to 80% financing. The loan term usually ranges from 20 to 25 years.

What documents are required to apply for a mortgage in Spain?

When applying for a mortgage in Spain, you will need to provide a copy of your passport or ID, evidence of income (such as tax returns for the last 3 years), proof of address, and your credit record from your home country. Additionally, you will need to demonstrate the availability of funds for the remaining purchase amount.

How much deposit do you need for a mortgage in Spain?

Non-residents seeking a Spanish mortgage typically require a minimum deposit of 30% of the property's purchase price or valuation, whichever is lower. Residents may need a 20% deposit. Furthermore, when buying property in the Costa Blanca region, an additional 12-14% of the purchase price should be allocated for taxes and other expenses.

What is the mortgage rate in Spain for foreigners?

Mortgage interest rates in Spain for foreigners typically range from 2.5% to 2.8% in 2024. These rates are influenced by the Euribor rates and are relatively attractive for non-resident buyers.

Is it easy for a foreigner to get a mortgage in Spain?

Spain is renowned for its appeal to foreign property investors and expatriate residents. Obtaining a mortgage as a foreigner in Spain is generally straightforward, with no limitations on property size or type. Additionally, foreign property buyers may qualify for automatic Spanish residency, known as a Golden Visa, if the property's value exceeds €500,000.

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