If you have found the property you are interested in then you should start with ... checking the budget. Remember that the price of an apartment or house is one thing, but depending on the market from which the property comes, you need to consider additional fees, including: notary tax, entry in the Land and Mortgage Register, possible mortgage entry, tax on civil law transactions (PCC).
The second very important thing is the legal status of the property. Of course, the legal situation of each premises may be different and additional documents may be needed in individual cases. Price.
Remember that you can always negotiate it regardless of whether the property is from the secondary or primary market.
If you have successfully reached the pact of transfer of ownership, remember that you must complete the appropriate formalities, whether in a housing cooperative (or at the community manager) or in power and gas suppliers.
As you can see there are some things you need to control. If you value your time much more and would like to have support in these not the simplest issues, then think about whether it is worth to relieve your family and professional life by using the services of a specialist.
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