légalités & lifestyle
If you’re looking to rent a property or you are an Ibiza property owner thinking to rent out your property this year, do you know all the important information that should appear in your rental contract?
Who the rental contract is between. It goes without saying that every rental contract must include the landlord and tenant information.
In Ibiza, the deposit is usually a month’s worth of rent, which the tenant needs to pay to the landlord in cash at the start of the rental period. The landlord can’t keep the deposit for themselves, but must pass it on to the appropriate authorities in their local community. The deposit must be returned once the contract ends as long as there’s no damage in the property.
The exact amount of monthly rent to be paid is negotiable and unless otherwise specified, needs to be paid within the first seven days of each month. It can be paid in cash, by bank transfer or standing order. Under no circumstances can the landlord demand more than a month’s rent in advance.
This can be as long or as short as the two parties agree to make it. There is often a clause which obliges the tenant to stay for a minimum period of one year, with a penalty to pay if they leave before. However, the tenant has the legal right to terminate the contract after six months but must express this in writing ahead of time.
There are several special clauses that can be added into a rental contract, such as who is in charge of the expenses and community fees, or who pays in case of repairs. Make sure to state clearly the responsibilities of each party to avoid unpleasant situations during your time of renting a property.
Avec nos deux bureaux à Santa Eulalia et San Juan nous sommes situés au coeur de l’île et donc directement avec nos clients. Nous sommes toujours heureux de votre visite et nous aimerions vous présenter notre portfolio.
GOULD HEINZ & LANG – Paseo s’Alamera 11
07840 Santa Eulalia, Ibiza, Spain
+34 971 339 305
GOULD HEINZ & LANG – Plaza Major
Sant Juan, Ibiza, Spain