The truth is that the Dominican Republic is a country in great demand when it comes to buying luxury homes and villas from countries such as the United States or Spain.
It is an ideal destination for retirement and many people decide to invest their life savings in a house, so as to enjoy a life of luxury. But is it safe?
Buying a house in the Dominican Republic from the United States: is it safe?
The fact that the Dominican Republic is one of America’s preferred countries for retirement is not by chance at all.
Many Dominicans have emigrated to the United States and are looking to buy goods in their home country, to invest and live well when they return. As well as Americans who know this country and love it, for the quality of life it offers at prices far more affordable than their own home country.
Of course, a home purchase is not something that is done every day and should not be done lightly. It is important to take the time and purchase it through a secure real estate agency.
Obviously, this type of scam is not new. They usually manifest themselves through advertisements where a property is shown too luxurious and pretty, but at a price far below market to take the bait.
Our advice is to investigate the construction company or the company behind it. Check the Corporate Registry and check permits and authorizations. If it is a purchase plan or a project, it is important to have a copy of the title in order to investigate that everything is in order.
To avoid any unpleasant situation, it is best to place trust in the hands of professionals, serious people who will look after your interests.
But who is it? From Perla Marina Homes we invite you to see our luxury villa in Cabarete, a privileged place within the Dominican Republic.
We give you facilities and maximum transparency so you can safely buy your home in the Dominican Republic.
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