Tax Consultancy for Property Tax

Advice on tax savings in Property Tax (IBI)

What is the Consultancy Service for Property Tax?

Cadastre audit to reduce Property Tax (IBI).

Advice and guidance on how to file appeals for reversal or economic-administrative claims against errors or irregularities in the cadastre value. We conduct cadastre audits on properties. We compare the property’s description in the cadastre records to the reality by checking, among other factors:

  • Cadastre use: We check if the use rating given by the public body adjusts to the property’s real use.
  • Cadastre surface areas: We check that the cadastre surface area matches the real area.
  • Cadastre values: We check that the cadastre values match the reality of the real-estate market.

All these checks will allow us to detect differences and possible tax savings.

Who needs it?

Property owners who detect errors in the cadastre details that could result in savings in property tax.

The differences between the cadastre description in terms of use, surface area and values, and the actual reality can increase the property tax amounts dramatically. We can help to cut these down by conducting a cadastre audit on your properties, analysing the situation of each property, giving you the necessary information and helping you with any regularisations, appeals for reversal or economic-administrative claims.

gloval What makes Gloval different?

Over one thousand qualified experts across Spain

Over 30 years’ experience gained by the companies that have made up Gloval (Ibertasa, Valtecnic and VTH) as well as the extensive network of qualified experts spread all over Spain, make us the leading company in mastering the real-estate sector.

How do we do it?

We audit the cadastre data to ensure that your properties get the right tax treatment and help you save money.

A first meeting with the client will help align our points of view, so that the qualified expert can give the right advice on how to save money in Property Tax. Knowing the client’s needs from the start makes it easier to ensure a successful appeal.

1. Analysis

We meet with the client to discuss the specific needs in each case.

2. Order

The client orders the services and accepts the quote.

3. Report

We gather information, examine it if required and prepare the report.

4. Delivery

We sign-off and deliver the report to the client.

Frequently Asked Questions

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The cadastre value is estimated by a public body. It is an administrative value that is set objectively through different valuation criteria that are stipulated in the Values Report and are updated regularly.

The cadastre value should never be higher than the real-estate market value. The applicable regulations set a 0.50 coefficient on the market value. Some of the characteristics used to determine the cadastre value are:

  • Location of the property and urban planning restrictions on the land.
  • Building cost, expenses related to the projection, use, quality and age of the property.
  • Market value, land value, building value, production costs and production benefits.

We can see the cadastre reference of a property directly on the Cadastre website, depending on the autonomous community and province the property belongs to:

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