Simple. Effective. Successful selling

Are you looking for the right buyer for your property in Mallorca? Rely on our expertise and enthusiasm to sell your property safely and successfully.

Your advantages

Numerous pre-qualified customers

Reliable market value assessment

Customised and digital marketing

CCC network of experts

Secure and transparent processing

Document check & contract processing

By collecting detailed data, we ensure that the information on the property is correct and complete. We actively support you in obtaining missing documents and carry out thorough research. The prospective buyers will thank you for it. Contracts are processed internally in German, Spanish and English, which ensures faster and more flexible implementation.

Professional market value assessment

Our team has detailed knowledge of current market developments, the surrounding area and infrastructure as well as the specific features of each property. Key factors for a sale are the quality of the fixtures and fittings, the condition of the property and the legality of the parts of the building. The market-orientated offer price gets you to your goal faster!

Successfull rental of your Mallorca property

Maximise the success of your Mallorca property with us and secure long-term, stable returns. Targeted presentation enables you to achieve optimum rental prices, while the stable market and inflation-protected income ensure long-term security. Long-term rentals prevent vacancies and optimise your investment.

Highest level of marketing for your property

Your property deserves the best presentation for a successful sale. Our customised marketing highlights the uniqueness of your property, online and offline, to achieve optimal results.

Premium marketing

Because your property is worth it

Our premium marketing maximises the value of your property. Professional photos, stunning property films and a virtual 360° tour showcase your property in the best possible light. As part of our due diligence and thanks to our exclusive network and strong co-operation partners, we ensure targeted attention from solvent buyers.

Discreet marketing

Your property in trustworthy hands

Preserve your privacy with our discreet marketing. We guarantee that only hand-picked prospective buyers will have access to information and images of your property. Our exclusive network enables us to manage your sale in a confidential and targeted manner in order to find the right buyer.

Exclusive Partner

Discover the exclusivity of our partnerships: a carefully curated selection of first-class cooperation partners is at your disposal to present your property on the best platforms

The most important questions about your property sale

Is it worth renovating before selling the property?

Before investing in extensive renovations such as a new bathroom or kitchen, bear in mind that these changes may not be to the taste of potential buyers. Simple measures such as exterior cleaning and painting in neutral colours, as well as fixing defects that affect the value or safety of your property, can be more effective. By decluttering and depersonalising, you can present your home in its best light without having to make a large investment.

As a landlord, you can optimise your property investment and attract satisfied tenants by carefully preparing your property. Thorough cleaning, especially for furnished units, attracts quality-conscious tenants. By setting a realistic rental price, you will arouse interest and promote long-term satisfaction. Clear communication and transparent agreements in the rental contract gain the trust of your tenants and minimise misunderstandings. At CCC Real Estate, we ensure that all contracts are bilingual to fulfil legal requirements and ensure a smooth process. Discover how you can not only benefit from stable rental income, but also build long-term relationships with your tenants. Experience an efficient rental process with CCC Real Estate.

The various factors that influence the price of a property are multi-layered and complex. First and foremost is the location, which is an unchanging factor that significantly influences the value of a property. Both the macro-location, i.e. the geographical location of the island, and the micro-location, i.e. the specific neighbourhood, play an important role. Equally important are the size, year of construction and furnishings of the property, which can offer a unique mix of historical substance and modern elements. The spatial concept and the view of a property contribute to its design sophistication and overall impression. In addition, price fluctuations should not be neglected, as global political events can also influence the property market.

  • Value added tax of the municipality, known as “Plusvalía municipal”.
  • Profit tax, which is staggered:

For gains up to €6,000: 19%.

For gains from €6,000 to €24,000: 21%.

For the remaining gains over €24,000: maximum tax of 23%.

• Brokerage fee, plus applicable VAT.

Residents are only exempt from tax if they sell their main residence and purchase a new main residence. They can be exempt from paying the profit tax within two years before and after the sale. (Only main residence, not secondary residence). The profit is taxed in the income tax return for the year of the sale, which must be submitted by 30 June of the following year.

  • Value added tax of the municipality, known as “Plusvalía municipal”.
  • Profit tax: 19%
  • Brokerage fee, plus applicable VAT.

You are obliged to submit a tax return within 4 months of the sale. The 3% advance tax payment withheld from the purchase price will be offset against the tax amount determined in the tax return.

If you are selling a property in Spain as a non-resident, there is a special regulation that you should be aware of: the 3 % withholding tax.

Here, the buyer withholds 3% of the agreed purchase price and transfers it to the tax office within one month. This amount is used to cover the seller’s expected profit tax in advance. A lawyer on the buyer’s side ensures that the tax is withheld correctly and that all legal steps are taken.

In this way, the Spanish state secures part of the tax payment due later. If you as the seller are not a Spanish citizen (i.e. non-resident), you must submit a tax declaration within 4 months of the sale. The 3% already withheld will be offset against the final tax liability.

When inheriting a property, it depends on whether you are the sole heir or part of a community of heirs. Before accepting or rejecting the inheritance, gather all the information about the property, check it for possible debts and clarify your rights. Be aware of inheritance tax, depending on the relationship and property value. Decide between owner-occupation (take into account any renovation costs), rental (check profitability) or sale, which is often the simplest solution, especially for communities of heirs.

Our experts will be pleased to assist you with their experience and expertise. Get in touch now and we will put you in touch with the right contact person.

DON’T: Accept different prices from multiple agents – This can cause confusion and scare off potential buyers. Trust a competent estate agent who offers you a fair market price. This way, your property will stand out as unique and not as a mass product.

DON’T: Hire unofficial brokers, gardener or cleaning lady – A professional estate agent has the knowledge and experience to successfully manage the sales process. Avoid amateur attempts.

DON’T: Don’t believe in “quick miracles” – Avoid hasty decisions and unrealistic expectations. Selling a property is complex and requires attention to many details. Property sales require patience and careful planning to achieve the desired results.

DO: Know your property inside out – Before you put your property up for sale, you should carefully check all relevant documents and the legal situation. This creates confidence among potential buyers and speeds up the sales process.

DO: Ensure a tidy, depersonalised and inviting presentation at viewings – This will ensure that your property shines in the best light and attracts potential buyers.

DO: Make a confident decision to sell – Discuss your intentions to sell with all parties involved in advance to avoid misunderstandings. A solid plan minimises the risk of back-outs

The document, known as the “certificate of habitability” in Englisch and “Cédula de Habitabilidad” in Spanish, is crucial. Originally required for new builds and first-time occupants, it is now also required for extensive renovations. It allows access to water, electricity and gas, essential for a comfortable life in Mallorca. To obtain the certificate, building work must be officially approved by the architect and the municipality. The application is made to the island council (Consell de Mallorca), sometimes even before the final building approval. This certificate is essential for the vacation rental license. It is valid for 10 years and should be renewed before a new sale.

In Spain, the seller usually pays the property sales commission, which is normally between 5 and 6 %.

In Spain, contracts must be signed by all parties on all sides. A legally binding signature requires an individual, recognisable signature. Notarised signatures are always valid. There are differences between “p.p.” (with power of attorney) and “p.o.” (on behalf of). Spanish kings in the Middle Ages signed clearly and simply, such as “YO, EL REY” (I, the king).

When buying a property in Spain, if the seller has a mortgage on the property, the cancellation of this mortgage takes place two months before the actual notarisation of the sale, so that the cancellation is entered in the register, or on the day of the sale.

Both processes are carried out before a notary and part of the payment to the seller is made by cheque, which is used to pay off the mortgage. This ensures that the property is sold free of any encumbrances.

In the case of a mortgage, certified cheques must be prepared by a Spanish bank at a cost of approximately €300 per cheque, which is borne by the buyer.

If the seller has financed the property with a mortgage, it is possible to take it over. In this case, it is crucial to carefully check the exact terms of the mortgage.

The costs of cancelling the mortgage at the land registry are borne by the seller and are usually deducted from the purchase price.

Important points

  • most frequently authenticate powers of attorney, amicable divorces, etc.
  • They do not authenticate signatures on private documents
  • Notary fees are more favourable than in other countries, e.g. in Germany.
  • Notary does not check entries in the land register
  • No advisory function, notarisation of the purchase contract
  • Payment on the day of the appointment with the notary when purchasing a property
  • Extensive competences in declarations of new construction, declarations of division, acceptance of inheritance.

In Spain, you are considered a tax resident if you spend more than 183 days a year in Spain. Alternatively, you can also be considered a resident if the majority of your economic activities or financial interests are in Spain. In terms of tax declarations, Spanish residency means that your worldwide income is taxed in Spain. You must declare your worldwide income in your annual tax return in Spain.

You are one step closer to your dream home! In Spain, the handover of the property usually takes place on the day of the notary appointment, often even before the official signing at the notary. This is how a professional handover should take place:

  • Function check for appliances: So that your new home gets off to a smooth start!
  • Read supply meters: Precise recording and documentation of all relevant meter readings for a clear overview of your resources
  • Explanation of the technology: Pool, irrigation system and more are explained in detail – ensuring carefree living pleasure!
  • Property condition check: A detailed check to ensure that your new property is in optimum condition.
  • Key handover and clear documentation (like instruction manuals).

So that you can feel at home as soon as possible after the notary appointment.

In Spain, the energy certificate is mandatory for real estate. Existing and new buildings must display this certificate when sold or rented. The certificate rates energy efficiency from A (very efficient) to G (very inefficient). Regularly check the validity of your energy certificate, which should be renewed every ten years, especially after renovations. When publishing real estate offers in other countries such as Switzerland or Austria, energy information is required by law and important for potential buyers. Our service offers the creation or updating of your energy certificate by official experts. Use the recommendations in the energy certificate to make your property more environmentally friendly and energy efficient. Contact us now for a review or creation of your energy certificate to prepare your property for a smooth sale.