Grand Opening Ceremony nov.13th, 2014
WE are proud to introduce the new Njoi Trujillo Beach Residences. Our community consists of 66 homes in a gated community with 24 hour security in a new and exciting touristic destination in Trujillo Honduras. Friends, clientele new and old, the mayor of Santa Fe attended Noel Ruiz, our architect Hugo Coello, Engineer Mario Kieffer, partners Lucia and Paul Todos and Cristina and Gino Santarossa showcased this luxury estate development in a rustic, natural area here in Trujillo Honduras. Explore the beauty of Trujillo which is located on the northern coast of Honduras. Waterfalls, white sandy beaches, rain forests, organic food, warm people and affordability awaits you. History buffs will appreciate the Fortress of Santa Barbara in town left over from the 1500’s. Message me for your tour of the area and the Njoi Properties. Get in early as prices are sure to rise in the near future due to the new $20 Million Dollar Cruise ship terminal that recently opened on OCt.15th with the likes of the Norwegian Jewel and Holland America calling Trujillo home. Visit our webiste at www.njoitrujillo.com for more information or email us at email@example.com. Call us toll free at 1-888-960-6564 for more info.
Purchasing real estate in Honduras is a straightforward process. Investors can buy land by forming a corporation and an attorney can complete the legal procedures needed to create a corporation. When investors form a corporation, they are entitled all the rights of Honduran citizens regarding real estate ownership.
When buying real estate Honduras, it is essential to follow all the rules and read all the documents related to the transaction carefully. It is also advisable to seek the assistance of a reputable real estate agent when purchasing property. A thorough property ownership history investigation is also recommended in order to prevent negative experiences. The first steps that you need to take before getting a title for a property include verifying the property’s background in the registry and ensuring that municipal taxes like real estate property tax are paid. After this, a notary issues the preliminary deed and this is followed by paying 0.15% of the property’s value as registration fees and 1.5% of its value as transfer tax at a bank. The next steps that follow include changing ownership and registering the property at a property office.
Investing in real estate Honduras is a great idea because it is profitable. The beaches in Honduras offer beautiful views over the sea and mountains. Trujillo offers its residents the best scenic views and many activities to enjoy such as deep sea fishing, rafting, mountain biking, canopy rides and kayaking among many others. You will therefore not go wrong by choosing to invest in real estate in Trujillo Honduras and specifically with us at the Njoi Trujillo Beach Residences.