Hotels vs holiday rentals: Spanish government’s new draft law

25 April, 2013

spain villa If you own a holiday rental property in sunny Spain you should be aware of the Spanish Department of Housing’s new draft law, says the Association of Holiday Rental Managers in Madrid (Asotur). If it’s passed, the regulation of residential rentals in Spain will be handed over to the 17 regional governments, some of whom may restrict short-term residential lets in tourist hotspots to boost business for local hotels.

However, the full details and scope of the law are yet to be released. We’ll post here again once we hear more about it. In the meantime, you can read more by visiting www.spanishpropertyinsight.com

3 thoughts on “Hotels vs holiday rentals: Spanish government’s new draft law

  1. robert black

    I have just done a little e-book in Kindle called Holiday Rental Law in Spain 2013. It has real up-to-date information about the changes and takes an inspired guess and how the new laws will pan out using the Catalan model. It is also critical of the big websites who are not really cooperating. It is only about 32 pages but is one of the best you will find on this subject. Highly recommended for the management of the big holiday letting sites.

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