In most cases, notary fees are between €500 and €800, depending on the value of the property and the number of pages of the purchase contract. If you have taken out a mortgage loan to buy the property, you will also have to pay notary fees for the registration of the title related to the mortgage. The fees for the registration of the title vary, in most cases, between €300 and €500.
Generally, lawyers charge about 1% of the agreed purchase price plus VAT. In the case of higher priced properties, this amount may be negotiable.
If you obtain a bank loan in Spain to finance the purchase of your home, the loan will be subject to a stamp duty of between 0.5 % and 1 %, depending on the area in which the property is located. The lending bank will also require a property valuation to be carried out, which costs between €300 and €500. Most banks also charge an arrangement fee of around 1% of the loan amount.