Long term rentals in Binissalem Mallorca are in great demand. Townhouse, villa or an apartment for rental. Contracts can be for the summer season or annual. Properties for annual rental in Binissalem Mallorca are snapped up quickly. It is important not to delay in arranging a viewing.
Binissalem Mallorca is a traditonal town, located just 25 kms from Palma. It offers easy access from the motorway. In contrast it offers an excellent train connection too. For this reason it is a popular town to call home. It is considered to be the capital of the Mallorcan wine industry. Binissalem offers charming architecture, culture and traditional dining. The locals are friendly and welcome new neighbours. Wander along the narrow streets, bordered by old stone houses. Enjoy `al fresco´ dinner in the square, with its 18th Century baroque church. Friday morning the local market offers fresh fruit and vegetables. This is an essential part of the traditional Mallorcan life.
Surrounded by acres of vineyards Binissalem Mallorca also boasts a backdrop of the Tramuntana mountains. Consequently, this offers beautiful scenery wherever you look. Family run wine cellars open their doors to visitors. Residents look forward to the annual wine festival in September. A week crammed with events enjoyed by all. Above all the al fresco dining on the Friday night of the festival. The whole town celebrates by decorating the streets and tables for dinner. Certainly, a truly amazing atmosphere to enjoy as a resident of the town. Over 30% of the population live in long term rental accomodation in Mallorca.
Binissalem has several well stocked supermarkets, hairdressers, beauty salons, clothes store, chemists, drug store and a 24 hrs Dr surgery. An excellent gastronomic offer of bistros, Italian and traditional cuisine. Binissalem is an popular choice for all year round living. I highly recommend living in a long term rental in Binissalem Mallorca.
Long term rental property contracts are protected by the LAU. A law governing residential property rentals across Spain. It protects the rentee assuring them of a home for a maximum of 3 years. The annual variation in rent is calculated according to the IPC (cost of living). Tenants pay the equivalent of a month security deposit (fianza). This is paid at the signing a contract. The fianza is deposited into a special government (IBAVI) account by the owner. This money is returned at the end of the contract.
In addition to your rent you pay running costs. These include electric, water and annual rubbish. It is important to be clear what is included in the monthly rental. The details should be included in the contract. This avoids any misundertanding at a later date. Rent is paid in advance during the first five days of each month. Written notice to leave is usually given one month in advance by the tenant. The owner needs a valid reason to ask you to leave before the contract has expired.