Costa Rica Property Development Services
Build the right, legal way
Development & Consulting Services
Costa Rica Property Development can be challenging. There are countless permits and agencies you will need to know…we’ve done it before. Let us help you cut through the red tape, saving you time and money.
We Know the Rules & the Government Institutions
If you and your investors choose to develop in Costa Rica, it is critical to the financial success of your project that you be familiar with the most important federal agencies you will deal with to get your project approved. Ensure your investor group, or the person asking you to invest, understands the complexity of developing land in Costa Rica.
INVU, SETENA, SENARA, ASADA, or AyA are just some of the federal government agencies you must deal with when developing land. Additionally, do you know the proper setbacks? Do you know the usage rules and development issues around water sources? How far away does a bar have to be from a church or a school?
Leverage our knowledge of agencies and regulations (federal and local) to avoid costly mistakes and delays. Contact us before you start a project, or if an active project is stuck in bureaucracy and you’re uncertain about the next steps. We can help.
Did you know?
If you have just one lot you are developing, the Municipality usually exercises little control over the subdivision of the lot. Still, it may impose additional requirements such as a soil stability study, or percolation test for septic tank black water disposal, to meet Health Department requirements. The usual lot construction coverage, or construction footprint permitted, is 15% of the size of the lot.
Interested in Developing Land in Costa Rica?
Please contact us for a free informational meeting about Costa Rica Property Development. Laws regarding environmental studies, water (does your property have legal water?), infrastructure systems, and permitting change frequently. Let us help you cut through the red tape – saving you and your investors time and money.