Welcome to Villa Palmas 107 – two-floor, 6-bedroom masterpiece is designed to offer you unparalleled comfort, with each square meter resonating with light and warmth.
The design of Villa Palmas 107 aims for an organic yet opulent feel by merging open spaces with natural light. With features like large windows and an outdoor pool, the design bridges indoor luxury with outdoor serenity.
Don’t let this golden opportunity slip away. Secure your spot in this future sanctuary of light and warmth.
This villa, merging open spaces with the artistry of contemporary design, promises an organic yet luxurious atmosphere, seamlessly blending indoor luxury with outdoor serenity.
When it comes to prestige, the allure of Villa Palmas 107 in Cap Cana extends beyond its luxurious finishes and high-quality materials, which serve as cornerstones of the villa’s architecture.
The property offers an unparalleled lifestyle facilitated by easy access to some of the area’s most renowned features. These include the prestigious Punta Espada Golf Club, stunning beaches like Juanillo and Api, Casino Dominic, and gourmet restaurants considered among the best in the Caribbean.
Secure your luxury investment at current market rates and potentially benefit from future appreciation. Being an early investor also gives you a prime choice in customization options, tailoring your space to your preferences.
Anticipate future access to the best fishing, golfing, yachting, and more. An array of exclusive clubs and events will further enrich this unparalleled lifestyle.
High-end finishes are planned to ensure absolute seclusion. In addition to the villa’s intrinsic privacy features, the area benefits from 24/7 gated security, offering residents added peace of mind.
While the marina is just a 10-minute drive away, you’ll find that other essential amenities are also conveniently close, offering the best of both worlds.
To own a property like Villa Palmas 107 in Cap Cana is to claim a piece of one of Earth’s most illustrious paradises.
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The process of buying a property requires diligence and patience.
Yes, foreigners can buy property. Most property owners in hotspots like Punta Cana, Cocotal, Cap Cana, Uvero Alto, and Macao are non-resident persons. All you need is valid ID and to be in the Dominican Republic to either sign the paperwork or authorize a Power of Attorney.
Yes. Your purchasing options are tailored to you—whether you’re buying as an individual or a corporate entity depends on your specific financial objectives and plans for the property.
Expect a one-time 2% transfer tax calculated on the property’s value, coupled with an annual property tax scaled to the property’s value. For assets exceeding $145,000 in value, a 1% yearly tax applies to the sum above this threshold.
Title transfer typically wraps up within a 60- to 90-day window, depending on the Land Registration Department’s schedule.
The process involves:
Absolutely, it’s crucial to undisputed ownership and is indispensable when you decide to sell.
While not obligatory, enlisting legal expertise comes highly recommended for a seamless acquisition process.
For pre-construction purchases, anticipate a multi-step procedure that includes diverse contracts and thorough vetting of the seller. Initially, you’ll ink a promise-to-purchase agreement, followed by the definitive purchase contract.
COMFOTUR law provides tax incentives for expanding tourism in certain provinces.
To sell your property, make sure you have a clear title with no legal issues and that you’ve paid all outstanding property taxes. The tax on any profit you make from the sale will vary depending on your specific situation.
Yes, if you’re from another country, you can definitely open a bank account and even get a mortgage in the Dominican Republic. Just keep in mind that some specific requirements apply.
Typically, the attorney who reviews your contract is the same one who will handle transferring the title to your name. This holds true even for pre-construction properties.
Expect to pay lawyer fees ranging from 1% to 1.5% of the property’s total value. In this specific context, you’ll likely spend about half of that amount (or slightly more, based on your unique situation) for contract review and due diligence related to both the seller and the property.
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When compared to real estate prices in the United States, Canada, or Western Europe, the Dominican Republic often appears more affordable.
In prime locations like Punta Cana and Bavaro, you can secure new construction condos with 1, 2, or 3 bedrooms, all for under $250,000
Absolutely, purchasing property in Punta Cana isn’t just for residents; it’s a hotspot for international buyers too. All you need is valid id and to either be present for the paperwork or appoint a Power of Attorney. With properties in Punta Cana often held by foreigners, you’ll be in good company when you stake your claim in this tropical paradise.
Buying property in the Dominican Republic is generally considered safe, especially if you take the proper legal steps and work with reputable professionals. The country has a stable political climate and a growing economy, which makes it attractive for investment.
Yes, real estate in Punta Cana is generally considered a good investment. The area is a popular tourist destination, which means high demand for rentals. Property values have also been rising.
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