Spanish Commercial Rent Controls End by Cila Warncke in Real Estate 26 Dec 2014 On 31 Dec a Spanish rent control law expires, ending reduced rents for up to 65,000 businesses. The law was originally implemented in 1964 to provide affordable premises for rural Spaniards moving to the cities and has been extended various times. Bloomberg News reports the current moratorium, which expires at the end of the year, allowed tenants who signed commercial rental contracts before M This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. Share RentalsSpain Cila Warncke Cila joined AIM Group in 2014 as writer/analyst for Spain. An Anglo-American living in Ibiza, she brings extensive international writing and consulting experience to the role. Educated at University of Pennsylvania (BA) and Glasgow University (MLitt), she has worked for wide range of consumer and B2B publications and companies in Europe and the USA, writing on topics ranging from marketing to travel to music to ultra-marathoning. She uses her writing, research and analytical skills to help clients tell their stories, grow their business, reach new audiences, build loyalty and exploit new media channels. Cila is also an award-winning essayist, creative writer and founder of Creative Writing Ibiza.