Investment in real estate in the Dominican Republic is growing sharply, this due to the fact that, in recent years, initiatives have been adopted that encourage foreign investment in our country and, in addition, commercial relations have been strengthened with countries such as the People's Republic of China.

All this has generated the necessary conditions for a very attractive climate when investing, which is why locations such as Punta Cana and Santo Domingo have had an amazing increase in their tourism development, placing the country in international rankings as one of the most visited destinations in all of America.

As a result, properties in the Dominican Republic have increased their capital gains, which is the result of the increase in the value of a property over time, which guarantees the return of the invested capital, in a shorter period of time.

If the purpose of your real estate purchase is investment, I recommend you take into account the following factors, which in the same way, positively impact the capital gain of an urban or tourist property:

The location: an area close to shopping centers, basic services, family entertainment, parks, cinemas, schools, work centers, it will always be more attractive.

Accessibility: it is important to find the middle ground, that the property is well communicated through effective access roads, but not very busy, to achieve a balance between access to commercial places, but at the same time maintain privacy.

Services: it is another of the basic aspects that increase the value of a property. If the property has a greater number of services, the greater the capital gain.

The territorial view: generally, the properties that are most in demand are those with the best view. A panoramic view will be better valued than one obstructed by another building.

Many other factors will depend on the needs of each client, that is why we offer you personalized advice, which adjusts to what you are looking for based on your lifestyle or the interests of your company.

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