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Property For Sale in Aruba – Aruba Real Estate Sales

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Aruba real estate for sale by owner

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Can Foreigners buy property in Aruba?
Good news is that there are no restrictions on foreigners buying property.
There are not many realtors in Aruba that represent the buyer. It would be prudent to hire a lawyer before entering into a purchase transaction, to protect your interests. The first step is to make an offer. Once the price has been agreed upon, the purchase agreement will be signed and a 10% deposit is paid within three to five days from the signing. The lawyer will then obtain data from the kadaster and from the tax department to determine if there are any unsettled and conflicting charges against the property, and to determine the leggerwaarde, i.e., the tax value of the property, which determines the stamp duty payable. This whole process takes about six to eight weeks.
Bakval, located south of Malmok, has the most expensive housing in Aruba. Prices of residential properties in Bakval.North Americans, especially those from the United States, are the largest group of homebuyers in Aruba. However, recently, there has been growing interest from South Americans, primarily from Brazil and Venezuela.
Visitors and Residence
As a visitor with a tourist visa, you are allowed to stay on the island for 180 days per year. However should you wish to stay longer, you will need assistance of the Department of Immigration (DIMAS). Persons who are not born in Aruba, but want to work and live in Aruba temporarily or indefinitely need approval of Dimas. For more information ArubaRealEstate.com
Aruba Property Market
Market Overview
Aruba, one of the few Caribbean islands generally considered outside the hurricane belt, has struggled to recover from the global real estate crisis of 2008, when home prices fell anywhere from 15 percent to 40 percent, though there have been some gains in recent years. The typical second or vacation home would range in price between $250,000 to $600,000, agents said. However, in wealthier areas, such as Malmok and Tierra del Sol, properties can range from $950,000 for an oceanview lot up to about $9 million for beachfront properties More at NY Times
Drinking Water
There is no need to buy bottled water in Aruba. Aruba’s tap water is pure and refreshing, meeting the highest standards of quality of the World Health Organization. Since Aruba does not have any significant natural sources of fresh water, the water is distilled in a saltwater desalination plant. The plant is referred to as W.E.B., which is an acronym for the Dutch Water- en Energiebedrijf (Water and Energy Company). There are many requests to tour the plant. To arrange a tour please call WEB at +297 582 4700.
Electricity
Aruba decided to adopt the North American voltage standard of 110 A.C. (60 cycles), the same as in the United States and Canada. Electricity is a by-product of the water desalination process.
Family Vacations
Aruba has something to offer for every family member, so young and old will have a great time on our island. Most resorts offer family activities and besides the beaches there are plenty of adventurous activities to entertain the kids (and their parents).
For more information please visit our family vacations in Aruba page.
Language
The official languages on Aruba are Dutch and Papiamento, but most Arubans are multi-lingual and are able to communicate in English and Spanish as well.
For more information about Aruba’s language, please visit our page.
Investment advice
Global Property guide offers some sound advice about buying property in Aruba
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