Habitat El Almez Commercial Properties

Tres Cantos, Madrid



Localizada en Nuevo Tres Cantos, nuestra promoción Habitat El Almez, exclusiva promoción de 96 viviendas de 2, 3, 4 y 5 dormitorios distribuidos en dos edificios residenciales, dispone de cinco locales comerciales, ubicados en edificio exento próximo a los edificios residenciales. La superficie comercial dispone de un parking exterior cubierto de carácter exclusivo.

Venta de locales en edificio exento

Todos los locales tienen fachada a la Avenida de Juan Pablo II por donde tendrán el acceso. En la fachada posterior, que da a la calle Carmen Pinos, se podrán abrir vanos . Uno de los locales es esquinero disponiendo además, fachada a la calle Santiago Calatrava.

El acceso al parking está ubicado en la calle Santiago Calatrava disponiendo de puerta automática motorizada y acceso peatonal.

Los locales se entregan en bruto y con conductos para salida de humos a cubierta de 40x40cms.

Locales de obra nueva en Nuevo Tres Cantos

El Proyecto “Habitat El Almez” goza de la cercanía a Los Montes del Pardo, el Parque Regional de la Cuenca Alta del Manzanares y el Soto de Viñuelas. Se trata de una zona en desarrollo, a 20 minutos de Madrid y comunicado con la capital por la autovía M-607, líneas de autobuses y Renfe.

Situado muy cerca del proyecto de Madrid Content City, el campus de ciencias del entretenimiento y frente al nuevo proyecto de Paraninfo, gran parque natural que incluirá sendas peatonales, zonas infantiles y plantaciones paisajísticas, reflejo de la Sierra de Guadarrama. Albergará, además, nuevos equipamientos culturales, deportivos, educativos y de ocio, como una biblioteca, un teatro y una piscina cubierta.

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Location of the development
Sales office location

Sales office

C/ Luis Mansilla, 2, Local 1, Tres Cantos, Madrid
Opening hours:

Monday to Friday from 10.00h to 14.00h and from 16.00h to 19.00h

Saturdays 10.00h to 15.00h


Below, you can consult our most frequently asked questions.

a) Payment of Taxes: In general terms, the first delivery in public deed of a new home by a developer is subject to value added tax (at the reduced rate of 10% of the purchase price) and stamp duty (at the rate established in each individual autonomous community, and which is usually between 0.5 and 1%, in Madrid this is 1%). However, in particular cases and taxpayer situations, certain allowances and exemptions may apply. The reduced VAT rate of 10% will also apply to the purchase of up to two parking spaces per dwelling and annexes located therein acquired jointly in the same public deed. Otherwise the purchase of parking spaces and storage rooms acquired individually will be taxed at the general rate of 21%. In the case of a second-hand property, the transaction would be subject to a property transfer tax called the Impuesto sobre Transmisiones Patrimoniales Onerosas (at the rate established in each Autonomous Community, in Madrid this is 7%). The transfer of ownership would also require the payment of the Tax on Gains in Value of Urban Land (or Municipal Gains Tax) by the seller.

b) Legal Expenses: These are fees charged by the notary for the execution of the deed of sale, and are calculated in accordance with a tariff set by the government. These fees vary depending on the sale price as reflected in the deed of sale.

c) Registration Costs These are the fees charged by the registrar for the registration of the sale and purchase in the Land Registry. Like the notary’s fees, these are calculated according to a tariff set by the Government, and they vary depending on the sale price of the property.

d) Administrative or Processing Fees: These are the fees charged by the gestoría (this is a sort of agency that deals with official administrative processes in Spain) for carrying out the formalities subsequent to the signing of the deed of purchase (payment of taxes, registration, processing of capital gains, change in ownership of the property in the Land Registry). This may also include certain expenses prior to the signing of the deed, such as the verification of the title deeds and the state of encumbrances on the property.

The penitential deposit contract is a contract whereby the buyer proceeds to reserve, for a set period of time, the property that he intends to purchase, paying a certain amount as a deposit. The deposit is paid as a penitential deposit, regulated by Article 1454 of the Civil Code, which allows the contract to be cancelled unilaterally by the buyer, who agrees to forfeit the amount paid, or by the seller, who will be required to return double the amount received.

This is what is generally known as municipal gains tax It is a direct, municipal tax that is established on a voluntary basis by local councils, who are fully responsible for its management. It is levied on the increase in value of urban plots of land, as evidenced at the time of transfer and experienced over a maximum period of 20 years. This increase is determined by applying a percentage of the value of the land (which generally coincides with the cadastral value of the land as reflected in the most recent property tax bill), as determined in each case by the local councils, depending on the number of years that the property has been in the seller's possession.

This is a direct universally applicable tax that it is mandatory for municipalities to levy, and management is shared by the state administration. The taxable event is constituted by the ownership of real estate, whether rural or urban, or by the ownership of certain rights in rem over the said property, and it is levied on the value of the said property. This will generally coincide with the cadastral value assigned to it, on which the rate of taxation established by the respective local councils will be based, within the limits of the minimum and maximum percentages permitted by law.

It is a tax which accrues annually, and is payable by the owner of the property or right in rem on 1 January each year. However, in municipalities such as Madrid, IBI is levied between 1 October and 30 November.

The aim of a building record is to ensure that homeowners understand the building they are using, and have the necessary documentation and information they need for the proper use and maintenance of that building.

There are regulations regarding the content of the building record, and in general terms it will consist of:

  1. Log books: general data on the building, the record of incidents and of maintenance and repair work carried out.
  2. Technical specifications documents: These include the final works project, an annex with the most important technical data relating to the building and its components in the form of fact sheets, and the use and maintenance and emergency procedures manuals.
  3. Document archive: This file contains the construction and occupancy licenses issued for the building, the quality control certificate, the building completion certificate, the acceptance of works report, the public deed of declaration of new works, and other documents relating to the building. If the property has been acquired by a single individual, that person will be responsible for keeping the building record. However, in the case of a community of owners, it will be the responsibility of the person who acts as the administrator of the property, or the president of the community, who will be the custodian of the building record.

Corpus certum is regulated by article 1.471 of the Civil Code and it means that the price is not calculated or considered according to the surface area of the property being sold, or what would amount to the same thing, according to a price per unit of measurement, but according to the global sum agreed.

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