In an effort to raise taxes (and apparently the quality of short-terms lets) the Spanish authorities are now going to begin inspecting unlicensed short-term rental properties.
This applies to Spanish properties that are let out for a period of less than two consecutive months. It does not apply to longer-term rentals.
It has all the appearances of a simple revenue-raising venture. But the authorities are also attempting to improve the quality of rentals. This means inspections will begin; likely in the upcoming busy summer season. As is expected the inspections will be unannounced. Continue reading If you let short-term Spanish properties then it’s time to register for taxes