FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
In Gigirentacar we make big things happen. Our Web site anticipates and meets the needs of our customers. With this in mind, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions in the form of Frequently Asked Questions. If you do not find the answer to your question, contact us at +34 922 731 805 or send us an email.
"Can I rent a car through your website?"
Answer: You can make a reservation request directly by email. Your presence remains essential for signing the contract and submitting the required documents as indicated on our page "Car Rental"
"Is it necessary to pay a supplement for the insurance?"
Answer: Unlike many other car rental companies, all our vehicles are insured with coverage all risks, no extra charge or additional fees.
"Do we need a security deposit to rent a car?
Answer: Yes, we require a security deposit of € 300 by credit card or in cash for our Class A vehicles D. The guarantee amount is 600 € for vehicles of category E, F, and G. This amount will not be debited from your account unless you're responsible for an accident or offence due to your wrong.
"If we book a car through your website, do we need to take a taxi from the airport to your agency?"
Answer: No, once you have a reservation and flight confirmed, we take care of everything and pick you up at the airport and bring you directly to the agency to complete the administrative procedures. This service is completely free for a week car renting.
"What steps need to be taken when buying real estate?"
-First, we start by defining your needs to target real estate which could be of interest to you. Once decided, you make an offer.
We serve as intermediaries between buyers and sellers to conclude an agreement on the deal and the price.
-We write the sales agreement in Spanish, as required by law and we invite you to pay a deposit (usually 10% of the property). We check also check that the property is free of any charge or unpaid debt.
-Application for an "NIE" (foreigner ID number). Procedure mandated by Spanish law for any foreigner wanting to buy or sell in Spain.
To do this, you must personally present yourself at the nearest national police office. In order to complete the correct form, you must present your valid identity card or passport copy and a + 1-size photo ID.
You can also appoint a third party through a Proxy form, but in this case, you will need to present a certified copy of your national identity card.
-Opening a bank account in order to transfer funds for your purchase in the financial institution of your choice.
-Making an appointment at the Notary (4 to 6 weeks) and signing the sales contract.
The notary checks and confirms the terms and conditions of the contract.
It is required by law that the buyer and seller or their designated representatives, are present.
If you can not attend, you must give authority to the person who will represent you. The notary askes to provide bank checks guaranteed for the agreed sale price.
In case the seller has a mortgage must this must be refunded to the bank on the day of signing. A copy of the check will be included in the file, thus proving the cancellation of the mortgage.
"What are the cost involved in a purchase?"
Legal Fees: + -1.5% of the purchase value
The transmittal fee: 6.5% of the purchase value
Registration fees: + -0.5% of the purchase value
Management fees: on request