Inland Properties : 13 New Properties for sale added from 240916 to 311016

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Hereby we show you the 13 new properties for sale added to Inland Properties portfolio in the days from 24/09/2016 to 31/10/2016. 

New Property for sale in Olvera, Antequera, Ardales & Alora

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This weeks post : Alcaucín : Chestnut Festival 2016

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Pizarra : X Fiesta de la Tapa 2016 : Tapas Route

where : pizarra

when . 14,15,16 October 2016

What : X Ruta de la Tapa of Pizarra

Provincial Tourist Singularity Event

Pizarra, in the Valle del Gudalhorce, celebrates its Tapas Route every October. During a weekend products from their gardens, among others, become protagonists of a party seeking momentum and promotion of the culture of the tapas, presenting the main pizarreño bars and restaurants.

ruta de la tapa pizarra

During the day you can buy a “passport” to go completing stamps on each of the participating establishments and to get different prizes and gifts.

Also, and according to popular vote, the bars and restaurants of the route will be graced with different distinctions, such as the best tapa, best service or prize for the most original tapa.

INTERESTING LINKS

Route Map : here

Passport : here

General info : here

LOCATION OF PIZARRA

PROPERTY FOR SALE AND HISTORY OF PIZARRA

History

Property in Pizarra and Alora Areas

Fuente de Piedra : Ribbon Horse Race 08/09/2016

WHAT : Ribbon Horse Race

WHEN : Fuente De Piedra (Antequera)

DATE: 8th of September 2016

Fuentedepiedra, located in the western half of the region of Antequera, is especially known for its salt lake that houses the second largest breeding colony of pink flamingos in Europe.

Fuente de Piedra Ribbon Horse Race 2016

Fuente de Piedra Ribbon Horse Race 2016

In September, coinciding with the feast of its patron saint, they celebrate the “Ribbin Horse Race”, inspired by the fair and jousting tournaments. They go as galloping knights trying to enter the tip of the spear in one of the metal rings hanging tied by a ribbon.

Fuente de Piedra Ribbon Horse Race 2016

Fuente de Piedra Ribbon Horse Race 2016

Today the spears have been replaced by wooden pikes and the race is chaired by the “Manolas” girls from the village chosen for the occasion which also are responsible for the embroidery of the tapes used to hold the rings.

Tourist information: Town Hall, C / Ancha, 9 (29520). Phone: 952 735 016; Fax: 952 735 317
e-mail: info@fuentedepiedra.es

Fuente de Piedra Property and History

Fuente de Piedra Location :

Inland Properties : 12 New Properties for sale added from 010816 to 270816-Olvera-Alora-Axarquia

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Hereby we show you the 12 new properties for sale added to Inland Properties portfolio in the days from 01/08/2016 to 27/08/2016. 

New Property for sale in Olvera, Alora and Axarquia

bbam182

http://www.inlandproperties.info/property-search/olvera-villa-for-sale-bbam182.html

 

eeas3071

http://www.inlandproperties.info/property-search/comares-villa-for-sale-eeas3071.html

 

eeas2604

http://www.inlandproperties.info/property-search/almayate-alto-villa-for-sale-eeas2604.html

 

eeas2008

http://www.inlandproperties.info/property-search/benamocarra-apartment-for-sale-eeas2008.html

 

ddvh6256

http://www.inlandproperties.info/property-search/alora-townhouse-for-sale-DDVH6256.html

 

ddvh6252

http://www.inlandproperties.info/property-search/alora-townhouse-for-sale-DDVH6252.html

 

ddch6255

http://www.inlandproperties.info/property-search/alora-townhouse-for-sale-DDCH6255.html

 

ddch6006

http://www.inlandproperties.info/property-search/pizarra-finca-for-sale-ddch6006.html

 

bbz431

http://www.inlandproperties.info/property-search/olvera-townhouse-for-sale-BBZ431.html

 

bbz430

http://www.inlandproperties.info/property-search/pruna-townhouse-for-sale-BBZ430.html

 

bbz429

http://www.inlandproperties.info/property-search/olvera-townhouse-for-sale-BBZ429.html

 

bbz234

ONLY 19950 Euros !!!

http://www.inlandproperties.info/property-search/pruna-townhouse-for-sale-bbz234.html

 

This weeks post : Manilva : The harvest Festival 03 September 2016

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Spanish Cadastre finds 1.7 million illegal constructions in Spain by satellite

More than 4,300 municipalities have already regularized properties. Revenue from property tax has risen by 1,254 million for this reason

Some 6,331 municipalities have resorted to the Land Registry, the body that records the characteristics of all properties, to discover illegal constructions that citizens have not declared and for which they should pay taxes (IBI, gains …).

To date this agency under the Ministry of Finance has helped regularize using the images obtained from satellites and other aerial photos 1.7 million buildings of more than 4,300 town halls.

The extraordinary cadastral regularization process opened in 2013 when the government allowed to legalize buildings in exchange for a fee of 60 euros. Since then, the collection of property tax has risen by 1,254 million.

Most of the illegal constructions are extensions of houses, terrace enclosures, roofing attics, supplementary to the main dwelling buildings, inches added to the garden or villa and swimming pools that were not declared in the relevant municipalities.

Land Registry statistics shows curiosities like Barcelona and Granada, which are the two Spanish provinces where more irregular pools have emerged by far after the regularization,  and Almeria, Granada, Huesca, Albacete and Ourense is where most new buildings have been found.

December 31st 2016 is the deadline to qualify for the extraordinary process of cadastral regularization that began in 2013 and 78% of all the municipalities of Spain have already begun the review process. The PP government introduced an amendment to the budget of that year to allow this kind of real estate amnesty. Taxpayers legalize their property by paying only 60 euros.

The measure was criticized as unfair by the opposition because it costs the same to regularize the expansion of a farm than the expansion of a  luxury villa in Marbella.

Since then, 6,331 municipalities have requested assistance from the Land Registry to draw an accurate map of the buildings of the municipality. And until last week 4,340 municipalities had closed the process and had regularized 1,691,000 illegal constructions.

Rate of 60 euros

Through aerial photographs or images taken by satellites, the agency of the Treasury checks amendments presented by the property. Sends the info to the Consistory and notifies the citizen to regularize the situation of his property by paying 60 euros.

These structures are irregular because they are not registered with the Land Registry, but they must meet the planning requirements of each municipality.

Thus, abuses are avoided and homes that do not meet the regulations can not be legalized. Therefore, the Cañada Real Galiana in Madrid, where there are about 40,000 illegal dwellings, is not affected by this cadastral regularization process.

This process increases the income of the municipality through the rate of 60 euros to regularize and through increased property value, to compute more meters, for purposes of calculating the property tax (IBI).

Ceuta, Málaga, Pontevedra (Vigo), Huelva, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Murcia and Lugo are the provinces with the highest percentage of urban and rural buildings verified by the Land Registry. Cadiz, Cordoba, Granada, Jaen, Palencia and Badajoz also have a rate above 70% , according to official data from the Ministry of Finance.

Registration of properties in each municipality has increased by 3% on average after finishing the process, which has allowed municipalities to raise 1,254 million euros in the IBI, according to Treasury estimates.

Precisely this tax is the most important for local entities. The latest data available, from 2014, shows that the revenue from this tax, which has doubled in the last decade, and accounted for almost 40% of tax revenues of the 8,200 Spanish local entities.

The IBI is the only tribute the Spanish tax system whose collection has grown throughout the years, even during the worst moments of the crisis.

In 2014, municipalities got more than 13,225 million euros for this tax on ownership of urban real estate, 6.1% more than the previous year. In fact, local authorities are the only that record a surplus since 2012 thanks to the power and regularity of this tax ..