Not being mandatory and implying costs, those who are about to make a transaction of a property may even think about dispensing with the establishment of a CPCV (contract of promise purchase and sale) between the two parties. But it's something you really shouldn't do. It is one of the legal figures that precede the deed of purchase and sale and serves as a guarantee until the conclusion of the definitive contract, and can avoid enough distaste and loss of money. But you have to respect some rules. We'll explain everything in this guide to you.
Selling a property can be a complicated process, with many steps and documents involved. Here's a guide to help.
Exemption is provided if there is reinvestment in a new house. On the other hand, there are also ways to reduce the tax payable. The residential market is red hot. There is a lack of supply for so much demand and it is this imbalance that is triggering house prices. The national scenario invites, moreover, to sell houses in the expectation of making a good deal. But if the property is sold at a price higher than the acquisition, there may be a capital gains payment. This is if the case does not fall within one of the exemptions provided for by law. Find out what they are in this article.