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How To Sell Your Costa Rica Home Fast For the Best Price
Costa Rica Realestate - With very little effort, you can make your Costa Rica home for sale much more attractive to potential real estate buyers and increase it's sales value by following a few of our Help-U-Sell Your Costa Rica Home
Mar 23, 2012, 15:56
Tips For Buying Overseas Property
Costa Rica Real Estate: Buying overseas property as in Costa Rica, has become very appealing to many Americans - they're looking at the option of cutting their cost of living by up to 80% by moving abroad.
Aug 30, 2007, 13:12
Buying Real Estate property in Tamarindo, Costa Rica
Costa Rica Real Estate: Guanacaste Real Estate: Tamarindo is a cosmopolitan beach town, located on the dynamic Northwest Pacific Coast. This Costa Rica region has quickly become a number one destination of Costa Rica, and popular Real Estate.
Mar 26, 2007, 16:49
Speculating buying Real Estate?
Real estate Costa Rica: Costa Rica House For sale - Living & Retiring in Costa Rica: If you are interested in purchasing real estate for investment purposes, you will be pleased to know that the government welcomes your investment.
Sep 26, 2005, 14:23
Commercial Real Estate
Real Estate Costa Rica: Costa Rica House For Sale- Living & Retiring in Costa Rica: There is commercial real estate for anyone thinking of starting a retail business or looking for office space. Office space in and around San Josť can be leased from anywhere between $7 to $20 per square meter, depending on the location.
Sep 26, 2005, 14:22
Finding a Broker
Real Estate Costa Rica: Costa Rica House for sale - Living & Retiring in Costa Rica: You are advised to use the services of a real estate broker to buy or sell property in Costa Rica. Real estate agents normally collect a 5% commission or higher.
Sep 26, 2005, 14:17
Building A Home
Real Estate Costa Rica: Costa Rica house for sale - Living & Retiring in Costa Rica: In Costa Rica you can build your retirement dream house since land, labor and materials are inexpensive. However, think twice about undertaking such a project because you could be flirting with disaster. Many foreigners who have built homes complain that it sounds easier than it really is.
Sep 26, 2005, 13:15
A few cases remain in which U.S. citizens have yet to be compensated for land expropriated by the government in the 1970s or 1980s. Unexecuted expropriation claims cloud title in other cases. However, changes to Costa Rican law in 1995 place more restrictions on the government's ability to expropriate land and require compensation prior to expropriation. The new law also provides for arbitration in the event of a dispute.
Aug 9, 2005, 19:17
Irregular Land Registrations
Due to irregular enforcement of property laws, investors should exercise extreme caution before investing in real estate. There is a long history of investment and real estate scams and frauds perpetrated against U.S. citizens and other international visitors. There have been numerous instances of duly registered properties reverting to previously unknown owners who have shown they possess clear title and parallel registration.
Aug 9, 2005, 19:16
Land Ownership, Expropriations, Squatters, Shoreline Property
U.S. citizens are urged to use caution when making real estate purchases, and should consult reputable legal counsel and investigate thoroughly all aspects before entering into a contract.
Aug 9, 2005, 19:15
Real Estate Costa Rica: Living & Retiring or owning a home or property in Costa Rica: Organized squatter groups have on occasion invaded properties in various parts of the country.
Aug 9, 2005, 13:18
Restrictions on Shoreline Property
Real Estate Costa Rica: Living & Retiring in Costa Rica: The Maritime Terrestrial Zone Law governs the use and ownership of most land up to 200 meters from the waterfront on both coasts of Costa Rica.
Aug 9, 2005, 07:19
Buying Costa Rica Real Estate
If you canít afford to buy a house in the U.S. or Canada, prices of decent homes in Costa Rica begin at around $50,000 with financing available for new homes if you become a resident.
Oct 25, 2004, 14:58