Property DescriptionOcean-View with River frontage!
13,495 M2 or 3.34 ac, as a whole lot or will divide in 2 lots, has 2 nice ocean-view river front house sites, all utilities year round 2 wheel drive road.
Price: $75,000 Ocean-view lot, under 100k
Property DescriptionOver 1 acre for under 100k,
Nice ocean-view with river front below. Nice flat area to build and year round road, electric and water to site.
Price: $145,000 Uvita best Ocean-View Residential Community
Property DescriptionAll road work and electric is complete now and sure to increase property values now.We are selling this lot for the amount we have into it as we need the money for another project.
is a small family run Land Sales and Construction business that operates throughout
Costa Rica, with our main office in the Osa Peninsula. Its owners Brad Shenko and his
Costa Rican wife Nancy Araya decided to combine there efforts into turning
there construction business www.osaconstruction.com into the
all around Real Estate, Design and Build business.
Nancy is in charge of the Real Estate portion of the business and is a member
of the Costa Rican Board of Realtors in San Jose.
So now we can take care of all of our customers needs.
Over the years we have had so many local Tico Farmers entering our office with properties for sale that now we have compiled an extensive property list which is growing everyday. And of course all properties are not able to be sold, some are government grant property (IDA) which is basically untouchable until a time limit runs out.
Other properties are in the Golfo Dulce Forest Reserve which have many restrictions on them and have to be researched one by one to make sure there will be no problems in the future.
We painstakingly research to the best of our ability using various sources all the properties
listed in this website. We have compiled a team of lawyers that check these properties at the National Registry (Registro Nacional) of Costa Rica. This Title Search of course will not contain all problems that a property in Costa Rican can contain and therefore local research must also be implemented.
These other means include talking to neighbors verifying if there are any local disputes pertaining to borders, water rights, rights of passage, access rights etc. This does not however insure that all information we can obtain is the Gospel or Carved in Stone. But to our knowledge we have put fourth the best effort possible to insure our information is correct.