Tax Form 210

Your Modelo 210 Tax Details

Our easy to use form takes just a few minutes to complete.

Simply send your details to us and we will complete and file your Modelo 210 tax return on your behalf and present them to the Spanish tax authorities. We will then contact you with the amount of tax you need to pay.

No payments are required now, our service fee of 62€ (plus VAT at 7%) will only fall due once we have calculated the amount of tax you need to pay.

Our fee covers tax returns for properties with one or two owners. Thereafter, there is an additional charge of 20€ for each additional owner.

Please note: Parking spaces and garages are separate taxable entities from the property so have to be assessed accordingly as they would attract both taxes and fees.

Our charges are very adaptable and secure, you can pay either by credit card, bank transfer or cheque, whatever suits you best.

All information provided from yourselves is safely encrypted and 100% secure throughout this tax assessment process.

Important note. The deadline for your tax declaration is December 31st.

How much tax will I have to pay?

As a rule, tax charges are a percentage of 1.1% or 2% of the catastral value of the property – charges vary according to where exactly your property is located in Spain and the year the last assessment was made.

For any more information about the Modelo 210 non-letting tax or our services, you should find the answers on the FAQ´s page.

Help With Completing This Form

How do I find the Catastral Reference number of my property?

This reference (referencia), number is to be found on your local rates bill, this is also known as IBI, or SUMA in certain areas of Spain. This information is supplied to you by the local council in the area where your property is located. If you pay your council tax by direct debit, the information you require can be normally be found on the receipt issued to you by your bank.

How do I find the Catastral Value for my property?

The Catastral value (valor), of your property can be found on the same document. You will need to reference your latest bill to ensure the Catastral value is up to date, ie, for the presentation of your 2021 tax in 2022, use the Catastral value from your 2021 IBI or SUMA receipt.

Which Year Am I Filing For?

The Modelo 210 Non-Letting Tax is applied retrospectively, which means, in 2022 you will be paying tax for the year 2021.

Should you wish to file for other previous years, please contact us at

What happens if I don’t have an IBI/local rates bill to refer to?

Well, so long as you have an electronic ID certificate or electronic DNI number, you can easily access these details online by visiting the Spanish Government´s SedeCatastro website (in English).

Alternatively, some town halls (ayuntamientos) have specific helpline email facilities for non residents who own property in the municipality so, you can contact them direct and ask them for this information.

How do I find my NIE Number?

The NIE number is your personal and unique tax ID number in Spain. This number is to be found on either your NIE card or on your local rates/IBA bill. You will also find this number on your purchase deeds/escritura.

Spanish Non Residents Tax Form (210)

    Fields marked with an * are required

    Property details

    Your details

    Details of Owner 1

    Details of Owner 2

    More than 2 owners?

    Please provide full owner information in the box below.
    (Name, Address, Email, NIE(Spanish Document), Date of birth, Birthplace, % Ownership)