Once we have taken the decision to sell our second home, we ask our advisor how much tax we will have to pay on the profit or capital gain, assuming there is one. Indeed, in some cases the Ayuntamientos punish taxpayers (i.e. vendors) with an unexpected and excessive municipal tax on a non-existent gain when the vendors are selling their property for the same price they paid for it years previously.
Well, now the Spanish Constitutional Court has put an end to this practice in a recent ruling.
The Constitutional Court partly annuls the Municipal Plusvalía regulation.