Nicaragua Guide FAQ

Nicaragua Guide FAQ

FAQ, Nicaragua
Frequently Asked Questions About Nicaragua Buying Real Estate in Nicaragua Q. Why are so many Americans, Canadians and Europeans flocking to Nicarauguato buy property? A. Nicaragua is a safe, stable country with a stable government and a thriving economy. It has a tropical climate and beautiful beaches and scenery. Property is affordable and appreciating rapidly. Finally, the government has made a sincereeffort to encourage foreign investment. Q. Can a non-Nicaragua purchase and own property in Nicaragua ? A. Yes, a foreigner has the same rights to own property in Nicaragua as do citizens. The ownership rights are guaranteed by the Nicaragua constitution and apply regardless of whether the property is placed in the name of a corporation or in the name of an individual. Citizenship, residence and presence in the…
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Mexico Guide FAQ

Mexico Guide FAQ

FAQ, Mexico
Frequently Asked Questions About Mexico Mexico is rapidly becoming one of the most popular countries for Americans, Europeans and other foreign nationals to purchase vacation homes. While Mexico real estate can be a lucrative investment, some foreign investors may feel uneasy about buying "south of the border." Here's what you need to know about purchasing property in Mexico as well as some general information about the country. Buying Property in Mexico Q: Can citizens of countries other than Mexico buy and own real estate in Mexico? A: Yes, citizens of countries other than Mexico can purchase property in Mexico by placing the property in a bank trust, also known as Fideicomiso. Q: Can foreigners own real estate near Mexico's borders or on near the ocean? A: The Mexican Constitution previously…
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Panama Guide FAQ

Panama Guide FAQ

FAQ, Panama
Frequently Asked Questions About Panama Buying Real Estate in Panama Q. Can foreigners own property in Panama? A. Yes. All citizens and foreigners are equal under the Panamanian Constitution. Anyone can own property in Panama. And, while not required by Panamanian law, it is advisable to establish a legal entity to buy land and engage in the building or purchase of a house. Q. Do foreigners enjoy the same property rights as Panamanian citizens? A. Yes, with one exception: foreigners cannot acquire land within 10 kilometers of the country border and on islands that have not been declared a special development area. Q. Why do so many foreigners choose to buy a second home or retirement home in Panama? A. The main reason that foreign investors have targeted Panama is…
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Costa Rica Guide FAQ

Costa Rica Guide FAQ

Costa Rica, FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions About Costa Rica Buying Real Estate in Costa Rica Q. Why are so many Americans, Canadians and Europeans flocking to Costa Rica to buy property? A. Costa Rica is a safe, stable country with a stable government and a thriving economy. It has a tropical climate and beautiful beaches and scenery. Property is affordable and appreciating rapidly. Finally, the government has made a sincereeffort to encourage foreign investment. Q. Can a non-Costa Rican purchase and own property in Costa Rica? A. Yes, a foreigner has the same rights to own property in Costa Rica as do citizens. The ownership rights are guaranteed by the Costa Rican constitution and apply regardless of whether the property is placed in the name of a corporation or in the name of…
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Costa Rica Real Estate Report

Costa Rica Real Estate Report

Costa Rica
According to a recent study by San Jose-based CRREC, the real estate market in Costa Rica is displaying signs of significant interest towards pre-built construction of coastal gated communities while pressure rises from competing markets such as Panama. Costa Rica Real Estate's study contains information pertaining to market size (both volume and value), leading players, key financial metrics and an in-depth analysis in to the competitive pressures Panama holds in the road ahead. Also inside the report are growth predictions for the 2014-2015 season including trend data from a variety of reputable sources. Only a few weeks back, Costa Rica inducted a new president and while many believe the change in power will bring economic stimulus, others remain skeptical with recent announcements from Intel and HP that they will be…
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