Buying in Cape Verde | Investors | CapeVerde Development

By: Cape-verde-development  05/12/2011

There are a small number of government fees that must be paid when purchasing property in Cape Verde. These include, an acquisition tax called the IUP; this is 3% of the purchase price and is paid at the time of the public deed. Stamp duty costs 1% and the notary fee is �137.84. The registration office fee is �190.45. All these costs are subject to change. Another cost to remember would be solicitors fees, these can vary.

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The development will include a large 5 star hotel and a range of colonial style apartments, semi detached villas, penthouses and a small number of exclusive villas with private swimming pools and marina berths. A range of bars and restaurants, a shopping mall, a boathouse with diving centre and extensive sporting facilities and vast array of ancillary leisure facilities will form part of the overall resort.