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Living & Working in the Pollensa Area This forum is for any comments, questions and advice about living (permanently or temporarily) and working in the Pollensa area. Aimed at ex-pats, property owners etc.

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Good afternoon,

Our Law Firm wants to share with you an interesting information regarding the ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE.

For instance, new buildings or parts of existing buildings that are sold or leased to a new tenant are required to have an Energy Performance Certificate.

On the contrary, it is not necessary in the case of existing housing buildings with lower use of 4 months a year or whose expected power consumption is less than 25% of the annual average.

The promoter or the owner are responsible to instruct and preserve it.

We would like to highlight the fact that in buildings in Horizontal Property Regime the certification is for the entire building.

The certificate┤s content must include:

- The category. There is a range from class "A" (the best energy efficiency) to class "G" (the worst).

- Objective information such as energy characteristics.

- Recommendations for improving the energy efficiency levels.

For your information, competent technicians to issue it are for instance architects, surveyors, engineers...

The certificate must be registered and it has a validity of 10 years (the owner is responsible for its renewal).

We highly recommend to include it in the advertisements to sell or rent out the property.

As always, should you have any question, do not hesitate to reply to this message. We are completely at your disposal.

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I am a bit confused by the statement that for properties in Horizontal Property Regime the certificate is for the whole building. Is it not the case that apartments in a Community are in Horizontal Property regime? If that is the case if one property is for sale does it need an energy certificate and how do you get one?
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Good afternoon,

Many thanks for your message Deanscroft.

In response to your question, if all the building is owned by one person who rents the properties, 1 certificate is enough for all the apartments. It usually happens when a Promoter asks for the first time the mentioned certificate for the entire building.

The owner of one of the apartments can ask for their own certificate, but with the common or global one is sufficient.

The common certificate is valid for all the properties inside the community. On the contrary, one particular certificate of an apartment cannot be used for another house in the same community. The problem in this case is that the general certificate can state a concrete letter but if you study the letter of all the apartments, probably you will discover that they can be different because for the common certificate there is a compensation between all the letters of all the apartments.

Another usual case is when all the owners of a community decide and agree in asking only one certificate for all the properties.

If you have a common certificate from the building, it is enough to sale the property. You do not need to ask a personal one from your private apartment.

In order to get one, an Architect is necessary. The Architect would visit the whole building or the apartment and will issue the certificate stating the specific letter. The process is fast and has a a reasonable price.

Our Law Firm hopes this information had been useful for you. We are completely at your disposal for more information. Our email is info@illeslex.com

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