This applies whether they charge the user for the service or not. Their newly acquired obligations are to report and identify the user, report the number of days the property is being rented for as well as the amount charged. Of course, this may not be the only way used to uncover rented properties.
Armed with all this information, Hacienda have all they need to prosecute property owners who do not make their tax declaration or differ the information on their tax declaration. Last year, Hacienda warned 21,500 people that it was aware they had rented out a property.
If you rent out your property, from now on do not take the risk. Make sure you include every transaction in your tax declaration.
What would you need to report/pay?
As owner of a property in Spain you might be in one of the following situations, each one with its corresponding obligations.