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  1. With the corporate tax about to be reinstated, I am wondering if it is time to dissolve the corporation that our condo is owned by. My understanding is that the new corporate tax law allows an opportunity to dissolve a corporation before the new tax takes effect. We used a corporation to purchase a condominium in 2011 when there were tax advantages (i.e. real estate transfer tax exemption) as well as some other advantages that may still apply. But since then the transfer tax exemption has been removed and taxes on inactive corporations have been added. Furthermore, I have found my USA
  2. Greetings - My wife and I are residents of Tennessee and have visited CR many times. We have made the decision to retire in Tamarindo and are beginning the process - very slowly. I will retire next year and we are in the process of building our residence. By all accounts, it appears that this could take 18 months from now to complete construction. So, I am just beginning the process of looking for options to rent in the Tamarindo area. Ideal situation would be to 'house sit' for someone for a period of 2 to 3 months beginning January 2018. Yes, I know it is a long way off but wanted
  3. Hello All, My wife and I purchased a 200 acre property many years ago for an investment and to preserve this amazing piece of land. A portion of the property is virgin rain forest that the Costa Rican government pays us to keep it protected. We have a caretaker who keeps an eye on it (he and his wife live on an adjacent farm). We have been able to pay them and still have a small amount of money left in the bank from the government contract. We want to sell it in order to use some of the funds for another project in Costa Rica. I'm just not sure of the best way to do this. Realtors prob
  4. We are Americans currently residing in the US (California) and are buying Costa Rican property from another American, also residing in the US (Florida). Is there a US escrow company that handles foreign property? We understand that we need a Costa Rican notario (attorney) present at payment/title transfer, and could fly an attorney in for that. Any thoughts or suggestions would be most welcome! Thanks!
  5. We've moved to Costa Rica after spending many winters here and searching all over for what area suits us best. We are going to take the next year to slowly and cautiously look around and buy property to build a house upon. We love the Tico culture, the area we want to settle long term is a pueblo in which Ticos and Gringos intermix and mingle. We send our kids to school here with the Ticos and we have applied for residency. We have worked very hard to be here for 20 years, probably like many of you, and saved to buy our little slice of heaven. So we want to be cautious and smart. I am
  6. I am looking for recommendations on reputable rental agents/agencies for the Central Valley. Would appreciate hearing of good/bad experiences. Peter Hebb
  7. There was a recent article in a local CR online newspaper stating Dan Mack Fowlie (aka-"The King Of Pavones") is returning to Costa Rica soon to settle many land disputes in the Southern Zone area of Pavones. Does anyone know if this is fact or have any information ? Thank You In Advance !
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