Adif and Adif-High Speed sell through their Heritage and Urban Planning Department the properties that are not subject to the railway system in order to generate value that will benefit the entire society.
Thus, Adif contributes to the sustainable development of the railway system, in line with the policies set by the government.
The real estate products that Adif and Adif-AV offer for sale have very different characteristics but fundamentally they can be classified as:
Adif and Adif-High Speed sell their properties through two procedures:
Respecting the principles of publicity and competition, Adif and Adif-AV publish on their website and other media the regulatory specifications so that those interested in the purchase of the property or group of properties can make their economic offers on the basis of a minimum purchase price.
The aforementioned specifications set out the main characteristics of the property, the requirements that the bidder will have to meet, and the day and time of the public opening of financial offers.
Adif and Adif-High Speed will award the property to whoever offers the most advantageous economic offer. Once the property has been awarded, the successful bidder will have to deposit a financial guarantee that will be returned once the property has been sold before a notary.
Likewise, unsuccessful bidders will be refunded their deposit.
Exceptionally, sale-by-tender processes may be initiated, in which other factors (previously defined in the corresponding specifications) beyond the economic offer will be taken into account.
In the event that the properties subject to auction have not been awarded. Adif and Adif-High Speed will list such properties under purchase conditions that may never be lower than the minimum prices announced in the bidding documents of the auction to which they were the subject.
These properties may be acquired during a period of one year from the date they were auctioned. Their direct sale will be advertised on Adif's website during that period of time.
Those interested must deposit 5% of the property price. Once the amount has been deposited, the direct sale procedure will begin without the deposit granting any acquisition rights, as it only constitutes the essential prerequisite for processing the purchase request by direct award.