Real Estate Transfers

It is quoted on a case-by-case basis depending on the value of the asset.

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Why are Real Estate Transfers important?

Real Estate Transfers are important in Costa Rica because they allow a legal transfer of the property to another person, natural or legal, or another. This service is fundamental to ensure the legal securty and protect the rights of parties involved in the transaction. PredictaBill offers specialized legal services in real estate transfers, providing advice and support throughout the process to ensure that it is done correctly and safely.

Do you need to transfer your property?

When a client requires the service of Real Estate Transfers in Costa Rica, they can turn to PredictaBill. This service is necessary when you want to transfer the ownership of a real estate property to another person, either by sale, donation, inheritance, or other legal reasons. PredictaBill has a team of professionals specialized in the legal field and knowledgeable of the laws and regulations in force in Costa Rica, which guarantees a safe and transparent process for both parties involved in the transfer. In addition, the company offers personalized advice and takes care of all the necessary procedures and formalities to carry out the transfer efficiently and effectively.

Why PredictaBill?

Fast and accurate legal procedures

Streamline legal processes by drafting contracts and documents accurately, saving time and avoiding issues.

  • Alternative to hourly billing

    Fixed rate regardless of product/service

    Efficiency in notarial processes

    Save time and effort by more efficiently drafting documents for notarial procedures

    Essential Documents

    *Confirm sale price *Confirm property´s number as recorded in the Public Registry ("Folio Real").

    Terms and conditions

    The price indicated here has been estimated assuming that the requested document will be delivered in digital format, or that you will pick up the physical version at the PredictaBill offices. Alternatively, you can request that the document be sent to the location you specify, by courier or Costa Rica postal service, in which case the costs and delivery times that will be indicated at the time of processing the payment for the service will apply


    1. What is a Real Estate Transfer and when is it required?
    The Real Estate Transfer is the legal process by which the ownership of a property is transferred from one person to another. A conveyance is required when a property is bought or sold, or when a donation of real estate is made.
    2. What are the legal requirements to make a Real Estate Transfer in Costa Rica?
    In order to make a Real Estate Transfer in Costa Rica, it is necessary to have a public deed of sale or donation, duly registered in the National Registry. Depending on the structure of the transaction, as well as the parties involved, other special requirements may be established. 3. How long does the Real Estate Transfer process take in Costa Rica?
    The time the Real Estate Transfer process takes may vary depending on several factors, such as the complexity of the transaction, the availability of the necessary documents and the workload of the National Registry. On average, once the transfer deed is signed, it is registered in the National Registry during an average of 5 working days.
    4. What are the costs associated with the Real Estate Transfers in Costa Rica?
    The costs associated with the Real Estate Transfers in Costa Rica includes Public Notary fees, transfer taxes and registration fees at the National Registry. These costs may vary depending on the value of the property and other factors specific to the transaction.
    5. Is it necessary to hire a lawyer to carry out a Real Estate Transfers in Costa Rica?
    Yes, the Real Estate Transfer must be necessarily granted before a Public Notary. Also, it is recommended to have the legal advice of a professional specialized in real estate law. A lawyer specialized in real estate law can guarantee that all legal and documentary aspects are properly complied with, thus protecting the interests of the parties involved in the transaction.