This site Web It has detailed and accessible information to facilitate the development of the contractual relationship of housing lease.

The tool comes to integrate all public information, at the state level, in terms of rent. On the one hand, it aims to facilitate the fundamental aspects that both the tenant and the leasing party need to know in order to sign a rental contract. It also aims to publicize the main novelties presented by the Royal Decree-Law 7/2019, in force since March and that has reformed the Urban Leasing Law 29/1994.

The new website also provides useful information on how to proceed with the procedures for depositing the bonds of the lease contract. To do this, it links to the different web pages of the competent autonomous organisms to carry out this procedure.

In the same way, the 'site' allows access to the web pages that contain information on the aids to rent that each Autonomous Community have established, as well as the requirements to obtain them.

Guide for the elaboration of a housing lease contract

The tool also offers a practical guide that includes clauses and conditions with a detailed explanation in each section, as established by the Law, for the preparation of a rental contract.

It should be remembered that a rental contract is where the pacts, clauses and conditions freely agreed by the parties are recorded and this guide is not created as a single model, but includes clauses that usually appear in the contracts and provides a recommendation to give more information that guarantees that the contracts that are signed comply with the requirements that the Law regulates.

Citizen service

With the new website, the Ministry of Development is launching a citizen service to address any doubts that may arise when renting a home.

On the one hand, it offers the free telephone 900 900 707 and, on the other hand, a mailbox to register the doubts that a technical team will answer.

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