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Why you may want to change the registered ownership of your property

Under certain circumstances it may be necessary to change or update the registered ownership details of your property, particularly if your property is jointly owned.

Reasons for this could include:

  • One or more joint registered owners wanting to relinquish their ownership.

  • The death of one or more joint registered owners.

  • Registering additional joint owners, such as a spouse, children etc.

  • The change of name, nationality or gender of a registered owner.


What we will do

  • We will review and report on the current documentation relating to your property.

  • We will advise you of any issues the property’s registered title may have.

  • We will advise you of any taxes and charges that may be payable.

  • We will advise you of the most cost-effective solution for your circumstances.

  • We will implement quickly and efficiently the changes that you need or want to make.

Please contact us to discuss your circumstances and we will provide you with a tailor made quote to suit your specific needs.

Keeping your property’s registered ownership details up to date will assist you if you are thinking of doing any of the following:

  • Selling your property - Don’t wait for a potential buyer’s lawyer to identify issues with your property’s registered title; it could lose you the sale.

  • Making a Spanish Will - Don’t leave potential problems unresolved for your beneficiaries to inherit.

  • Securing finance on your property - Thinking of remortgaging or releasing equity? Your application may not be accepted until any issues relating to your property’s registered title are resolved.

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