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CARIBBEAN REAL ESTATE BUYING GUIDES

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Colombia


The Colombia Real Estate Market


After years of conflict, Colombia is now considered one of Latin America's rising stars. With over 46 million people, Colombia has the third largest population of any Spanish-speaking country in the world, after Mexico and Spain, and a dynamic economy, considered by experts as one of the most attractive investment locations in South America.


Colombia’s landscape is equally vibrant, including a fascinating mix of modern cities, old colonial towns, Amazonian jungle and magnificent Caribbean beaches. is truly magnificent and dramatic.


The Colombia real estate market is growing fast and there are a number of new property developments starting.


How to Buy Property in Colombia


There are no restrictions on foreigners buying real estate in Colombia. Be sure to engage the services of a reputable real estate lawyer who will undertake due diligence and provide an escrow account for payment, including for the 10% deposit.


Why Invest in Colombia Real Estate?


1. Considered by investors and financial instutions, such as the World Bank and JP Morgan, to be one of the safest and most appealing investment locations in Latin America.


2. Spectacular Caribbean beaches.


3. Incredibly diverse landscape and real estate sector with significant potential.


Getting There


Most international flights to Colombia arrive at El Dorado Airport in the capital Bogota.


From North America, there are direct flights from Dallas and Houston.


From Europe, there are flights to Colombia from London, Madrid and Paris.


There are also flights from Latin America, including Panama City and San Salvador.


Key Facts
Location: North-western South America
Climate: Tropical
Population: 45,925,397
Religion: Anglican, Methodist, Protestant, Roman Catholic, Christian
Language: Spanish