Fractional Ownership


Have you ever wanted to own a home in Costa Rica but felt you couldn’t afford it? Or if you could afford you didn’t feel that spending $150,000 for a home but only using it a couple times per year was not a good use of money? Learn more

Las Villas de San Buenas now has a fractional ownership option that starts at only $10,000 for lifetime fractional ownership of a two bedroom, two bathroom home, with private pool, observation deck and rancho. This home is available to move in by September 1, 2013.

Costa Rica fractional ownership

This home is located south of Ojochal, Uvita and Dominical and north of Palmar Norte.

Each fractional owner will enjoy the following:

  • Two full weeks of use of the home for life. One fixed week from December through May, and a second floating week from June to November
  • Access to 18 acres of private jungle located on the property grounds
  • Use of any of the six green spaces/parks scattered throughout the property
  • Next door to San Buenas Golf Resort (extra fees apply for golf access)
  • Safety and security in a gated community
Costa Rica fractional ownership pool

Final details are being put in over the next 2 weeks on the Costa Rica Fractional Ownership house

This home is also close to :

  • Five beaches within 20 minutes
  • Less than five miles from one of Costa Rica’s newest and largest hospitals
  • Less than five miles from Costa Rica’s newest and most modern bowling center
  • Zipline tour 15 minutes awayTo numerous restaurants
  • Whale and dolphin watching in nearby Uvita
  • World renowned surfing beaches of Dominical only 40 minutes away
  • 60 miles from trade free shopping zone in Golfito
  • 70 miles from the Panama border

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