HomeEspaña is a fully licensed Real Estate Agent – enrolled as part of the new compulsory regulation obliging real estate agents to be registered in the Comunidad Valenciana. All agents operating in the Comunidad Valencian are obliged to comply with the legal obligations and register before August 2023.
We are also now a proud member of the API – Agente de la Propiedad Inmobiliaria – an association that has been present in Spanish real estate for many years. Being a part of the API is an option taken by Real Estate Agents and includes obligations in training, experience and an extensive ethical code.
Being legally registered in the Comunidad Valenciana, as well as being a member of the API gives maximum guarantees to our buyers and vendors about our operation and qualification.
In a market as extensive and complex as real estate, it is vitally important to know what you have to take into account when hiring the services of an estate agent. The objective and purpose of being registered and having an API membership is to protect consumers in the real estate industry.
That they have client’s deposit insurance with a minimum guarantee limit of €60,000 per office opened to the public in Comunidad Valenciana.
That they have civil liability insurance with a minimum cover of €600,000 per office opened to the public.
That they act with independence, impartiality, prudence and prevalence of the client’s interests and subject to the current legislation.
That they provide information on the regulations and the deontological principles.
That they have the required professional qualifications.
That they remain familiar with the regulations and update their knowledge.
A formal statement assuming the commitment to good practices in the provision of real estate services.
For more in-depth legal information, please see our Registered Agent Legal Documents page.
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