A Quick Local Reference Run Down of Real Estate, the Area and Buying a Home in Sosua, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic.

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Buying a Home in Sosua, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic.

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Wildefire Properties provides our customers with much more than simply a home sale process.

First, our website provides local information you need to know about Sosua, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic that is relevant to the local real estate buying information.

You will find on our website various properties with descriptions of the homes, videos, pictures and even video tours of homes, local Google maps and pictures of the community.

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But First a Little Bit About the Town of Sosua:

Sosua is everything you want a beach town to be. Clear waters teem with coral, perfect for snorkeling and diving. Above sea level you’ll find multicolored sands lined with beach shacks. This small enclave of the Dominican Republic was once a haven for Jewish refugees. Historic sites and synagogues offer great perspective on Sosua’s postwar identity. On a lighter note, a community of ex-pats helps fuel a boisterous, international nightlife scene. Source: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Tourism-g317146-Sosua_Puerto_Plata_Province_Dominican_Republic-Vacations.html. Also from Trip Advisor see: Things to Do in Sosua‎.

Sosua is located in the Puerto Plata province of the Dominican Republic.

Most visitors will fly in to Puerto Plata airport. Upon arrival at the airport you will be greeted by a small band playing colorful music as you make your way to customs/immigration, indications of the fun to come!

Puerto Plata International Airport is actually much closer to Sosua than it is to Puerto Plata, at about 7 Km away.

The taxi ride from the airport to almost any point in Sosua is less than 10 minutes.

The town is relatively small and walkable.

Playa Sosua is the town’s main beach. It is a fun, colorful and lively beach which is approximately one kilometer long, with a row of shacks along the back, selling food, drinks and souvenirs.

The beach is very popular and offers the best local option for the snorkeling enthusiast – snorkelers should swim out to the reef that lies about 100m from the shore.

There are two other beaches in town. Playa Alicia is accessible from the On the Waterfront restaurant. This beach is quieter and more sterile than Playa Sosua, and is thus a good option for those who want to trade a bit of local colour for a more relaxed experience. The town’s third and smallest beach is accessible from the Sosua by the Sea hotel.

As in the other towns on the North Coast, tour operators offer numerous excursions to surrounding sites and nearby adventure activities at reasonable prices. These include whale watching (December to March), jeep tours, waterfalls and swimming holes, deep sea fishing, whitewater rafting, snorkelling, mountain biking, horseback riding, interesting beaches, as well as tours of Puerto Plata, Santiago, Santo Domingo and the border area of Haiti. Check with a tour operator near your hotel for available excursions. It is interesting that the range of tour options and the trips themselves are almost identical among the various tour operators.

Sosua has a large number of restaurants and you can find authentic German Food, Italian Food, English fare, and of course, if you look for it, traditional Dominican cooking. Many Dominicans can cook food rivaling NYC restaurants on not much more than a hot plate and an open flame. Service time varies in between restaurants and in between different nights.

The nearest towns are Puerto Plata to the west and Cabarete to the east.

Source: https://wikitravel.org/en/Sosua

Sosua Website: http://www.sosua.gob.do/

Sosua Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sos%C3%BAa

Sosua Real Estate Buying Basics

Below an excerpt from the New York Times article found here: House Hunting in … the Dominican Republic.

Home sales in the Dominican Republic are handled by a lawyer, who customarily charges 1 percent of the purchase price, said Alfredo Guzmán-Saladín, a partner with Guzmán Ariza, a law firm with offices throughout the country. Each party hires its own lawyer. Services of a notary, for authenticating signatures before the title transfer, are usually included in the attorney fee, he said. (A new law mandates progressive notary fees, but its application is being disputed in court, he added.)

Also see an excellent list of “Frequently Asked Questions About Buying A Property In Dominican Republic.”

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