What taxes do i have to pay in the event of a real property transfer? Are there any other fees involved?
The following taxes may need to be paid on the transfer of a real property: Income tax of 21% if the seller is a legal entity. The tax is paid by the seller. Income tax...
What is the property tax rate? When is it due?
Every owner of a real property (apartment, house, land) registered as the owner in the Land Register, as at 1 January of the given year, must file a property tax return by the end of...
How is heat consumption metered in individual apartments?
A separate heat meter is installed in each residential unit.
How can i finance a property purchase with GARTAL? Is the loan collateralised in any way?
Through its time-tested partners, GARTAL offers you the possibility of arranging the most advantageous financing for your home. We will also take care of collecting all of the documents necessary and of all communication with...
Another type of restriction of disposal with real properties are easements, which, for example, establish the right of a third party (other than the owner) to use the property or the right of the owner of a neighbouring property to use the property subject to the easement, for example, for the right of way or footpath, the right to drive cattle, etc.
Easements are linked to a person (in personam) or to a property (in rem) and are subject to registration in the Land Register.