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Real estate dictionary at Culmia Academy

At culmia we seek to facilitate decision making for people. As we know that buying a home is a complex process, we want to introduce you to Culmia Academy, a dictionary of terms related to the real estate sector that will help you to know concepts that you didn't know before.

Definitions with the letter A

A B C D E F G H I K L M N O P R S T U V
Is a document that proves that the work on a new home has been completed and carried out in accordance with the construction project and the previously approved licences.
A high-performance system used for the air conditioning of a building. It’s based on extracting free energy from the outside air by means of a high-efficiency inverter heat pump.
is a professional who works in the property market and is regulated by Royal Decree 1294/2007. To become an Estate Agent it’s necessary to obtain the Official Qualification issued by the Ministry of Development or have a university degree.
Constitute the document that regulates the association's legal regime. These rules relate to the use of the building, apartments and premises, facilities, communal areas and services, expenses, estate management, insurance, maintenance, etc.
Administration Fees are a set of expenses associated with the purchase of a property, generally incurred in the procurement of a mortgage and generated by the agency throughout the different processes during the purchase.
The Assembly of Owners is the supreme body of the association. It is made up of each and every owner of the building. This is the body through which the residents’ association deliberates on and decides what should be done.
Is the interest rate that indicates the effective cost of a product or the return on it. It is used as a benchmark interest rate to standardise different types of loan and credit operations and their terms and conditions when there are different settlement periods, costs, fees, etc.