This most recent how-to guide from Andalucia Realty contains precise and detailed steps and instructions, designed to be used by people planing to live or buy a property in Spain and others who need it, to help them opening a bank account without long time-consuming paperworks, as quickly, easily and with as little stress as possible.
More information about Andalucia Realty itself can be found at https://andaluciarealty.com/en/
The Real Estate Company Andalucia Realty, has published this new how-to guide dedicated to helping non residents in Spain open a bank account easily and without long time-consuming paperwork. The inspiration for creating this guide came from a desire to provide useful, actionable information to anybody facing the challenge of not spending time and money in trips to the embassy, their contry or their main bank in their country.
Non residents in Spain and other interested parties are welcomed to read the how-to guide, in full, from the website: https://andaluciarealty.com/en/how-to-open-a-bank-account-in-spain/
The Full How-To Guide Goes Over The Following Points:
Reciving and making payments – how to open a bank account in Spain if they are a non-resident citizen to domiciliate services and recieve their monthly incomes. Transferring money from the original country to Spain – how to transfer money from their personal bank account in their home countries to their new bank account in Spain. Advantages of having a national bank account – how having a national bank account in Spain can benefit non-resident citizens
Samuel, Marketing Executive at Andalucia Realty spoke at length about the guide, excited to share the details , the reasons behind creating a guide on open a bank account in Spain for UE citizens and what Andalucia Realty hopes to accomplish with it: “Spain has over 170 financial institutions, most of which offer accounts for daily uses and will help in opening a non-residents account. Be aware that most banks charge an annual fee for administration of the account and/or additional charges for credit cards, transferences, debits cards or withdrawals from other banks’ ATM. These charges can be usually avoided having minimum purchases with the cards, or setting up direct deposits for the main house expenses and supplies (telephone, gas, electricity, water…)”
Non residents in Spain and anybody interested in opening a bank account in Spain for UE citizens or facing the challenge of not spending time and money in trips to the embassy and your original bank and the Spanish bank are invited to review the how-to guide online directly: https://andaluciarealty.com/en/how-to-open-a-bank-account-in-spain/
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