63 Homes for Sale in Costa Rica

San Rafael de Heredia,  Costa Rica
(€) 1000000,  Heredia,  Costa Rica
(€) 300.000,  Monteverde,costa rica,  Costa Rica
Mountain in Costa Rica
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Several years ago, Costa Rican banks, both state and private, offered foreign buyers mortgage loans on lucrative conditions. However, the world economic crisis and especially the U.S. home bubbles significantly altered the situation. One thing you should know when considering Costa Rica is that its economy largely depends on the Big Brother’s financial health. Currently, only several banks offer mortgage options to non-resident foreigners. There are no mortgage brokers, and a real estate agency has to be top-notch to be able to help you with comfortable conditions on your mortgage. Seller financing becomes increasingly popular with both buyers and sellers.
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Can I as a foreigner buy property in Costa Rica? What is the procedure? Do I need a lawyer? Do I need a real estate agent? Is investing in Costa Rican real estate wise? Can I get a mortgage? The following summary dwells on a number of general questions related to property acquisition in Costa Rica. While this is a summarized overview, we also offer more detailed reviews of main subjects concerning the acquisition of real estate in Costa Rica in dedicated articles.
Buying property in Costa Rica inevitably involves costs other than the price tag attached to the house. Lawyers, government, appraising agents, like it or not, are a necessary part of any property acquisition. In this overview, we tried to provide you with a brief outline of potential costs a buyer faces when closing a deal. Bear in mind that some of the values may be subject to change, if the Costa Rican Ministry of Finance decides so.
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In Costa Rica, foreigners have the same rights when buying real estate as locals do. The main difference between local and foreign buyers is the degree of awareness about Costa Rican laws, regulations, restrictions and real estate market in general. Costa Ricans, or Ticos as they refer to themselves, know the value of a decent lawyer and the advantages of dealing through a realtor. Foreigners tend to try grounds. Is it wise in a foreign country? Read this article if you want to define if it is advisable to deal with a real estate agency, or a lawyer when buying property in Costa Rica.
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