Farms And Ranches


At Dominical Real Estate, we can help you find the property that best suits your budget, preferences, and long-term goals. Start searching for your next investment by checking out the list of properties below. These are larger parcels that have development potential. If you are looking for an estate property, somewhere to let you horses roam, or something for a development, look no farther.
You can also use our Multiple Listing Service (MLS) to filter listings and details for available Costa Rica properties. For any inquiries, call our office in Dominical, Puntarenas at 011-506-8861-2714 today!  

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Costa Rica Development Properties

Dominical Real Estate offers development properties for people who want to do more in Costa Rica than just spend a holiday and build a home away from the urban jungle. We provide listings for mountainside and beachfront properties that investors can convert into ranches, farms, residential estates, and business establishments.

Why Invest in Costa Rican Properties?

All in all, the pros outweigh the cons when it comes to investing in Costa Rica properties. Dominical, Hatillo, Platanillo, Uvita, and the neighboring coastal communities have a variety of offerings for people who relish living in a lush natural environment and world-class tourist destination. On top of these, the pragmatic investor should consider the following factors:

  • Favorable Tax System— Costa Rica presently taxes property owners with only one-quarter of 1% of a property’s value.
  • Equal property Ownership Rights — Costa Rica grants the same property ownership rights to both citizens and foreigners.
  • The Switzerland of the Americas— Costa Rica is so dubbed because it has enjoyed political stability for much of its modern history.
  • Investor Confidence — Major international corporations such as Microsoft, Cisco Systems, Intel, and Acer have already established bases in the country.
  • Green Living — Costa Rica ranked fifth in the world and first in the Americas in the 2012 Environmental Performance Index.