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The number 1 rule to buying a property in Morocco is to make sure you have a lawyer. You
wouldn’t buy a property in the UK without a solicitor would you? Within this area we have a
selection of articles that relate to the legal facets of property in Morocco.
 

The role of a notary

Thanks to its French and Spanish pasts, the conveyancing process in Morocco is very similar to the European Continent. This means that while a public notary must by law oversee and rubber stamp a transaction it is still wise to hire an independent lawyer to safeguard your own personal interests. A notary’s primary role is arranging the paperwork for a sale and checking it is all in order and both parties are present and correct at the signing of it; typically this will be  More...


Tips for renovating in Morocco

Morocco is home British people looking to immerse themselves in a colourful culture and exotic lifestyle – not to mention a cheaper cost of living and warmer climate. There’s also the bonus of the country offering some interesting and affordable property available. Whilst moving abroad is bound to be stressful at times, what if you are moving abroad to a non-complete or run-down property? And by this I mean one which is in need of a lot of attention! Renovation  More...


Buying options in Morocco

Morocco is famous for its culture, its colour and its beautiful scenery, so it is no wonder so many people decide they want to own a property there after visiting the country. Currently there are no restrictions on foreign nationals buying property in Morocco, whether it is as a permanent residence, a second home, or simply an investment. The Moroccan property market is growing fast as more and more investors look to the country, and this is having a positive effect on  More...


Lessons to be learned: a buying story from Morocco

Morocco is known around the world for its vibrant cities, such as Marrakech and Fez, as well as its increasingly popular beach resorts, such as Agadir on the Atlantic coast and Saidia on the Med. Hardly surprising then that it’s become a second home, or emigration, destination for Brits looking to tap into a more exotic lifestyle than the more typical destinations. Two such people are Simon and Debbie Weller; they had visited Morocco several times and fallen in love with the relaxed  More...


How to find a good solicitor in Morocco

Many people fall in love with Morocco every year for its rich culture; it has traditional views yet a modern society to accompany it. Morocco is a great place to be if you wish to be surrounded by more traditional, ethical people. Currently there are no legal requirements which mean you must have a solicitor when purchasing a property in Morocco. However, like a great deal many countries, Morocco has a big problem with their title deeds to properties. For this reason it is  More...


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