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    Celebrate St. John's Eve 2024 in Mallorca: traditions, customs and festivities
    Celebrate St. John's Night 2024 in Mallorca: traditions, customs and festivitiesSt. John's Night, also known as 'Nit de Sant Joan' in Mallorca, is a fascinating festival that is celebrated every year on June 23 and offers a mix of Christian and pagan traditions. This year, St. John's night in Mallorca promises to be an unforgettable experience full of joy, music and fireworks. Here are some of the highlights you can expect during the celebrations:1. Fires: The centerpiece of the St. John's Eve celebrations are the traditional fires that are lit throughout the island. These fires, known as 'foguerons', have a long history and symbolize the victory of light over darkness. People gather around the fires, singing and dancing and enjoying the warm atmosphere.2. Fireworks: St. John's night is also known for its spectacular fireworks displays that light up the sky over Mallorca. From large municipal fireworks displays to small, private displays, there are breathtaking fireworks displays to admire all over the island. A particular highlight is the firework display on the beach, where the sparks dance across the sea and create a magical backdrop.3. Traditional customs: In addition to the fires and fireworks, there are also many traditional customs to discover during St. John's Eve. These include the burning of straw dolls, jumping over fires and the gathering of medicinal herbs, which have a special significance on this day.4. Music and dancing: St. John's Night is also a time for music and dancing. Concerts and live performances take place in the streets and squares of the island, where locals and visitors can celebrate and dance together. From traditional Mallorcan music to modern beats, there is something to suit every taste.5. Culinary delights: Of course, the St. John's Eve celebrations are not complete without culinary delights. Try local specialties such as 'coca de Sant Joan' (a traditional pastry), grilled fish or seafood and enjoy a refreshing gin and tonic or a traditional hierbas liqueur.St. John's Night in Mallorca is a unique opportunity to experience local culture and tradition and celebrate with locals and visitors alike. Don't miss out on this magical event that you will remember for a long time to come!
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    Types of tax when buying real estate in Mallorca
    The first clarification of tax issues in connection with a property in Mallorca concerns the distinction between whether you are acting as a legal entity, e.g. on behalf of a company, or as a natural person. In addition, it is decisive whether you are registered as a resident in Spain or not. One-off taxes:Property transfer tax: From 01.01.2023, new regulations for property transfer tax will apply in Mallorca. The first €400,000 of the property purchase price is subject to a property transfer tax of 8%. For the amount from €400,001 to €600,000 of the purchase price, a real estate transfer tax of 9% will be charged. Between €600,001 and €1,000,000 of the purchase price, the real estate transfer tax is 10%. Between €1,000,001 and €2,000,000 of the purchase price, the land transfer tax is 12%. If the purchase price exceeds €2,000,001, a real estate transfer tax of 13% is payable.VAT: Real estate transfer tax is payable on the purchase of a second-hand property and value added tax (IVA) on the purchase of a property for first occupation. The applicable tax rate depends on the type of property. For residential properties including garage spaces (maximum 2 per residential unit), the IVA rate is 10% of the purchase price. For the purchase of land from a commercial business and the purchase of commercial property, the tax rate is 21%. Current taxes payable annually:Property tax (IBI): The property tax liability extends to the owner, leaseholder and usufructuary of the property. The municipalities determine the amount of property tax, which ranges between 0.4% and 1.1% for developed properties and between 0.3% and 0.9% for undeveloped properties throughout the country.Wealth tax: Wealth tax in Mallorca is a tax levied on a person's total assets. Both residents and non-residents must pay wealth tax in Spain. The amount of tax depends on the amount of assets held in Spain. Residents often have higher allowances than non-residents. Since 2024, these are currently EUR 3,000,000 per person. Wealth tax is usually due once a year and must be declared in the income tax return.Income tax (IRPF): In Spain, there are both regional and national income taxes payable by individuals and companies. For residents of Mallorca, special income tax rates apply depending on the amount of income. There are also various deductions and allowances that can be claimed individually. For non-residents who receive income from Spain, other tax rates and regulations generally apply. It is advisable to seek advice from a tax advisor to ensure that all tax obligations are met and possible benefits are utilized.If the seller of the property is a company, corporation tax of 25% or 30% must be paid on the profit made in addition to trade tax. However, if the owner is a natural person, the profit from the sale of the property is subject to income tax. Different tax rates apply for residents and non-residents. The profit is calculated from the difference between the original purchase price and the current sales price. As you can see, there are a number of tax aspects to consider when buying a property in Mallorca. We therefore recommend that you address this issue as part of the purchase process and consult a tax advisor. If you need a recommendation, please get in touch with your contact person. This will provide you with comprehensive information on Spanish real estate and tax law.
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    Building law in Mallorca is on the verge of profound change
    In any case, there seem to be plans. It is becoming apparent that the Balearic government is not only planning an amnesty for illegal buildings, but also wants to fundamentally change the building law on the Balearic Islands, and in particular on the largest island, Mallorca. Under the leadership of Marga Prohens, the Prime Minister of the Balearic Islands, a remarkable change is on the horizon. The government is planning a comprehensive overhaul to bring the outdated 'Ley de Urbanismo' law up to date. Originally, only minor adjustments were planned, but now it looks as though a completely new set of rules could be introduced as early as this spring, which would mean a revolution in building law on the islands. This has been reported by various sources.A key component of this reform will be the introduction of fast-track building permits. Selected construction companies are to be given the opportunity to have reviewed projects approved by the authorities within a very short period of time. The costs for such express approval procedures will be higher than for the standard procedure, but this should be insignificant for investors. The ambitious project is a direct response to complaints from developers about lengthy approval procedures in some municipalities in Mallorca, which can take up to two years. Entire municipalities have become unattractive to potential investors as a result.In addition, the government is planning a generous legalization of illegal constructions, probably using a law from 2014 that allows the legalization of illegal constructions under certain conditions. The revised version is expected to focus on more energy-efficient buildings and the use of environmentally friendly systems.Minister President Marga Prohens sees Valencia as a role model for this ambitious project. There, the express procedure has reduced the waiting time for building permits from 22 to 2 months. But of course there are also critics of the project. Some environmental groups on Mallorca are skeptical about the reform and fear that important environmental aspects could be neglected by outsourcing the review process.
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