The Apartment Edit by Javea Home Finders - Real Estate Agent in Javea

The Apartment Edit is a division of the long-established estate agent Javea Home Finders XXI S.L 

We specialise in the sale and rental of apartments, townhouses, and community homes in Javea, Moraira, Denia and inland areas of Benitachell and Jesus Pobre.

There are many types of apartments and townhouses for sale in Jávea, Moraira, Denia and surrounding areas. From studios for sale close to the beach, traditional townhouses in the historic centre of Jávea and luxury penthouses with sea views on the coast.

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Buying an apartment in this area is an excellent option for permanent living or a holiday home to lock up and leave. There is a wide variety of flats for sale to suit everyone's needs and budget. So, if you are looking for a home where you can walk to amenities and that gives you peace of mind and security, then buying an apartment is an excellent option.

JHF Apartments is dedicated to providing a personalised approach to each of its clients, taking the time to understand their specific requirements and preferences to ensure they find their dream home. The team at JHF Apartments is highly knowledgeable about the local property market, including the latest trends and market conditions, which enables them to supply expert advice and guidance to their clients.

Whether you are a first-time buyer or an experienced property investor, JHF Apartments is committed to helping you find the perfect property to suit your unique needs and budget. With a focus on exceptional customer service, JHF Apartments strives to make the buying or renting process as seamless and stress-free as possible, ensuring that their clients are satisfied with their purchase or rental for years to come.

Founded in 2006, Javea Home Finders has a reputation for honesty, integrity, and reliability, gaining the trust of sellers and buyers alike.

Costs when buying a property in Javea 2024
Costs when buying a property in Javea 2024

This article gives an overview of the costs involved when buying a property in Javea. Professionals, such as lawyers and notaries do have different price structures, I have tried to give an accurate average of the costs that may be charged.

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Amber was fantastic from start to finish. She kept us informed at every step and helped with translating documents and advising us where needed. Very polite and very professional in...

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We are delighted to give Javea Home Finders a top rating for their exceptional perseverance during selling my Townhouse. Amber's efforts, professional communication, and efficiency were truly commendable during the...

+Do I need a visa to live in Spain?

If you are from the European Union you do not need a Visa to live and work in Spain. Although, if you spend more than 183 days a year in Spain you would be considered a tax resident. If you are from the UK, America, Australia, South Africa or another country not in the European Union you will need to apply for a visa to live or work in Spain. There are various visas and more information can be found about the type of visa you require on the Spanish government website. And you can also contact the Spanish consulate in your native country to find out more. Visas are applied for in your native country.

+How do I get an NIE number?

It is relatively simple to get an NIE. It requires a visit to the "Foreigners Office" with identification. This can be done in person, or you can grant your representative power of attorney to do this for you. An NIE can also be obtained from a Spanish consulate in your own country.

+How does the buying process work in Javea?

The buying process in Spain is very straight forward and there are 3 main steps.

1. When an offer on a property accepted a reservation is paid by the buyer. This will depend on the price of the property and can range between 3,000 to 10,000 euros. The property is then removed from market for a period of time between 2 to 4 weeks for the buyers lawyer to check the paperwork is all in order. If there are paperwork issues that cannot be resolved, then the reservation is returned to the buyer.

2. If the paperwork is in order, then a formal binding purchase contract is signed and the buyer pays a deposit of 10% (less the reservation previously paid) and a completion date is agreed.

3. A physical visit to the notary office is required by both parties to sign for completion, a power of attorney can be elected if either party cannot attend. This is when the balance of the purchase is paid.

+Is Javea a good place for children?

Javea is a fabulous place to bring up children, with its fantastic weather, many outdoor activities from simply playing on the beach and swimming in the sea, to organised activities from football, judo, dancing, and tennis. With the Mediterranean Sea on the doorstep the choice of water sports is abundant. There is something for every child in Javea.

There are many different schools in Javea that cater for all age groups, from nursery through to college education. Along with the local state schools there are 2 international schools offering an education in Spanish and English.

+Is Javea a good place to live all year?

Javea has a permanent registered population of 30,000. It is a lively town all year round and bars, restaurants and shops remain open all year. It has all the amenities for health, living and entertainment that are required to live all year round. The climate allows it´s resident to enjoy outside living for the majority of the year.

+What are the costs of buying a property in Javea?

We usually advise to budget around 12% on top of a purchase price for the costs involved to buy a property in Javea. The main part of the costs is the purchase tax charged by the government of 10%. The other 2% is made up of conveyancing fees, notary, and land registry costs.

+What are the running costs of an apartment in Javea?
  • Utilities - incl. electric, gas, water - The cost of these are similar to other European countries. Normally the winter months are more expensive if the weather is a little cooler and heating is required and in the middle of the summer if it is very hot and air-conditioning is used. If the property has a garden with plants and grass that require daily watering, then the water bill will be high.
  • Community Fees - All apartment blocks have a management company who maintain the pool, garden and communal areas. Each apartment owner pays a share of the costs involved in this, calculated on the size of the property.
    • IBI & Basura - IBI is a local government charge similar to local rates and basura is a rubbish collection charge. Although, compared to other European countries they are very reasonable. The costs are calculated on the size of a property and it registered value.
  • WIFI/TV - Javea has fantastic connectivity when it comes to WIFI and high-speed internet is available in the majority of addresses with low costs. There are various TV subscriptions offering TV in multiple languages.
+Where are the closest international airports to Javea?

Javea is a fantastic location for international flights with the busy airports of Alicante and Valencia around one hour drive. Alicante to the south and Valencia to north with direct flights to most European destinations. For longer haul flights a connection to the main hubs of Barcelona and Madrid may be necessary, but multiply daily flights run between these airports.

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