16.03.2020 Covid-19Respecting the Royal Decree of the State of Alarm
announced by the Spanish Government in front of COVID-19 and taking care of the
health and protecting the safety of our Clients and employees we are faced with
the necessity to close temporarily our office. We will work from home, taking
care of administrative matters possible to be dealt with.
From our part, we will try to do everything
possible to help for everything to get back to normality, as soon as possible
once we are saved from these serious circumstances.
We are very sorry for any possible inconvenience and we would like to ask you for your understanding and collaboration.
Stay safe, AND DO NOT LEAVE HOME
Estamos todos en el mismo barco.
¡Así que cuídense mucho, Y NO SALGAN DE CASAS!
We are all in the same boat
02.09.2019 New premises - we have just changed the office :)
We are no longer in Topkapi. You are more than welcome to visit us in our new office in Calle Pizarro 60, local 1, en Corralejo.
03.04.2019 New Ownership of Room To Breathe!
Room To Breathe SLU has a new Owner. Let´s welcome Vanessa and Nick Malia. Count on the rest of our Team as always - Wiktoria from admin & accounts department and Barbara - from rentals and maintenance department.We are here at your disposal.
12.03.2019 Room To Breathe has a new website!
Welcome to the new Room To Breathe website!
We hope that it will be found useful, transparent and interesting, for both property owners and the tenants. We are waiting for your contact and feedback!
12.01.2019 Spain prepares for no-deal Brexit
Spain prepares for no-deal Brexit, including guaranteeing Brexpats' rightsincluding guar-anteeing Brexpats' rights.
SPANISH president Pedro Sánchez reveals he has been working since November on contingency plans for four key areas in case of a 'hard Brexit', in which the UK leaves the European Union without a deal on March 29 this year.
Now the issue of Gibraltar has been largely agreed and no additional border controls will apply for those living in Spain and working in the British enclave, Sánchez is focusing on people, trade, economy and transport.(source: https://www.thinkspain.com)
31.12.2018 Change of IGIC (Canary Island General Indirect Tax)
In the seventh final provision of the Official Gazette of Canary Islands published on 31st of December 2018 there had been notified the modification of the general rate and other types of tax of Canary Island General Indirect Tax (IGIC), the general rate of 7% went to 6.5% since 1st of January 2019.