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Norwegian School in Rojales

Did you know that there is a Norwegian school here in the area? It is a private school in Ciudad Quesada/ Rojales, located in the south-east of Spain. The school, also known as Norwegian College or dnsr, has about 140 students and approx. 28 employees. It was founded in 1991 in Torrevieja and was later moved to Rojales in 1995 where it has grown strongly since then. The school provides primary school, high school, and upper secondary education (specialized study in the areas of program marketi…
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The Spanish tax system in relation to houses and properties

The Spanish tax system in relation to houses and properties is very mixed. Virtually, all operations are taxed. So, in this article we analyze the personal income tax of different situations related to real estate, such as rent, subletting or real estate rights, such as usufruct. The economist and tax advisor José Miguel Golpe Saavedra explains how to pay income tax in the following situations: Rented property/owner The taxpayer must pay real estate capital income on the main tax base,…
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Murcia Intl. Airport

The new Corvera Airport, now officially known as the Región de Murcia International Airport, was officially opened January 15, 2019. The airport covers an increasing number of flight routes to more than 20 destinations into the EU such as Belgium, Ireland, Norway and more. View a complete list of destinations to and from Corvera Murcia Airport here http://www.aena.es/csee/Satellite/DestinosEspana/es/  
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KEYS CHANGES FOR CLIENTS TO  THE NEW MORTGAGE LAW

June 16 entered into force the new Law regulating the Real Estate Credit Agreement (known as mortgage law), which introduces a series of changes in the process of taking out a mortgage.  Customers, banks and notaries are the main ones affected by these modifications, the most outstanding points of which we address below:  MAIN OBJECTIVES: to guarantee consumer protection when signing a loan of this nature with your bank. Ensuring that clients understand the signed contracts and are n…
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Apartments on the beach, prices rise

Source: https://elpais.com/ Spanish house prices don’t rest, not even on the beach. Savers who are considering buying a property on the Spanish coast for own enjoyment or as an investment in rental property, will find higher prices than a year ago. In the first quarter of 2019, Benicàssim registered a rise of 16.9%, 13.7% in Estepona, 13% in Fuengirola, 10.3% in Palma de Mallorca and 10.2% in Marbella, according to data from the appraisal company Tinsa. In …
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