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Open Listings Vs Exclusive Listings (And Why Realtors In Costa Rica Avoid Taking Open Listings)

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The Southern Zone of Costa Rica is in a seller’s market due to a growing number of buyers searching for their dream home in the tropics. This has increased real estate seller confidence to value their properties at a much higher rate in 2022 than we realtors in Costa Rica have ever seen before in…

Property Taxes In Costa Rica (Plus Luxury Home Tax and Corporation Tax)

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It is tax season here in Costa Rica and we are fielding a lot of questions from our client base and others who look to us for information (want to join our weekly newsletter to stay current on news and properties in South Pacific Costa Rica, sign up here). Annual Property Taxes In Costa Rica …

(Re)Introducing Our Team Of Expert Costa Rica Realtors At Osa Tropical Properties!

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As we head into the high season here in Costa Rica, we want to take this opportunity to introduce (or reintroduce) ourselves to you, our audience. Many of you are currently planning your trips to either visit or to specifically look at properties and we know that you have many options for real estate offices…

Costa Ballena, Costa Rica Real Estate Market Report for Second Quarter 2021

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Osa Tropical Properties’ mid year market report for Costa Ballena real estate includes current and projected trends in our local real estate markets that include the towns of Dominical, Uvita, Ojochal, and the surrounding neighborhoods. Real estate sales in South Pacific Costa Rica continued to set record highs in the months of April, May, and…

Opening a Corporation in Costa Rica: Is It Necessary To Buy Real Estate?

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Wondering if you need a corporation in Costa Rica to buy real estate? Here’s a handy guide to answer most of your questions. There once was a time when foreigners buying property in Costa Rica would pretty much always create a corporation to own their assets. They did this because they could remain entirely anonymous…