Frequently Asked Questions

Tenerife - Canary Islands

Frequently Asked Questions about Buying Property

To buy a property in Tenerife, you must first identify your needs and budget. Then, you search for properties with a reliable agency such as Tu Nido Tenerife, visit the properties of interest, and make an offer. Finally, the signing of the title deeds in front of the notary and the registration of the property takes place.

Yes, you need a Foreigner Identification Number (NIE) to carry out any real estate transaction in Spain. At Tu Nido Tenerife we can help you obtain your NIE.

In addition to the price of the property, you have to consider taxes, notary fees and land registry fees.

Yes, many banks offer mortgages to foreigners. At Tu Nido Tenerife we help you to obtain the most suitable mortgage by consulting with several banks to get the best conditions.

The purchase process can vary, but generally takes between 6 to 8 weeks from acceptance of the offer to the signing of the deed.

Yes, Tenerife is a popular destination and renting out your property can be a profitable investment. Tu Nido Tenerife can advise you in this process.

Yes, you can buy a property remotely by using a power of attorney that allows a representative to carry out the transaction on your behalf.

To reserve a property, an initial deposit, known as a down payment, is normally required and is agreed between the buyer and seller. This deposit ensures that the property is taken off the market while the legal formalities are completed.

Yes, non-residents can buy property in Spain. It is important to have a NIE and, in some cases, to open a Spanish bank account. Tu Nido Tenerife will assist you throughout the process.

At Tu Nido Tenerife, we help you verify that the property is legally registered, free of encumbrances and up to date with all taxes and services. This includes a review of the title deeds and the property register.

Frequently Asked Questions about Property Rental

To rent a holiday villa, you generally need a valid ID (passport or ID card) and to make a reservation. In some cases, a security deposit is required.

The services included may vary, but generally cover the use of all the property's facilities, internet, bed linen and towels. Each property may have different inclusive services than others, depending on the type of property and location.

Yes, many holiday properties in Tenerife allow short-term rentals, including weekends, although availability may vary according to the season.

The booking process generally involves selecting the desired property, checking availability, completing the booking form, and making a down payment or deposit to secure the reservation.

Cancellation policies may vary by property and season. It is advisable to check the specific cancellation conditions before confirming your reservation.

Popular areas for holiday rentals include Costa Adeje, Playa de las Americas, and Los Cristianos, known for their beaches, restaurants, and entertainment options.

At Tu Nido Tenerife, we follow strict security and cleaning measures, including complete disinfection between stays, to ensure the safety and comfort of our guests.

Costa Adeje Office

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