Real Estate Funds in Costa Rica

Without having achieved exceptional growth, these securities maintain acceptable occupation levels and competitive returns.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

From the blog Pulso Bursátil by Aldesa:

What happened to the real estate funds industry in Costa Rica?

Since the advent of the subprime crisis in 2008, and although real estate funds industry has not shown an exponential growth, the occupation levels of these securities remain acceptable and returns are competitive at a time when dollar interest rates are "exceptionally low. "

The increased uncertainty and risk aversion in global markets has led investors to prefer short-term instruments (bonds and money market funds). Additionally, there are still doubts about the strength of the global economic recovery. These two factors, among other things, have had a major impact on the performance of most investment vehicles and real estate funds are no exception. These elements have affected real estate funds which have not shown a robust growth in assets, amount of funds or number of investors.



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Growth of Investment Funds in Nicaragua

November 2013

Initial expectations for the placement of shares in real estate funds worth $2 million was far surpassed, with a total of $9 million in the first year.

Laprensa.com.ni reports that "... the success of the FII is based on the fact that these pay a better percentage for the investment (from 6.5 to 8 percent a year), much more than is usually paid by the financial system on savings, but also offers fewer levels of risk for investors. This has recently allowed other economic groups to prepare similar products. "

Panama: Tax Incentives for Real Estate Funds

October 2013

Changes have been proposed to the tax code to stimulate the housing market through mutual funds.

From a report by the Cabinet of the Presidency of Panama:

The Cabinet has given the green light to a Bill amending Paragraph 2 of Article 706 of the Tax Code, which establishes a tax incentive for real estate investment companies and authorizes the Minister of Economy and Finance, through a Cabinet Resolution to submit the rule to the National Assembly, which aims to modify the special tax treatment of real estate investment companies, specified in the said Paragraph of the article in question, as added by section 18 of Act 8 2010.

Real Estate funds Seeking Investors Throughout the Region

June 2013

Investment Fund Managers in Costa Rica are looking to market their securities across Central America.

Some of these companies have many years experience in foreign markets and other started this year in 2013. For example the two funds belonging to Improsa SAFI have been authorized in Panama since 2009, while others such as Interbolsa, resumed this year the work of internationalization in all countries.

Nicaragua: Real Estate Investment Funds

October 2012

With advice from the Chamber Investment Funds of Costa Rica, the creation of real estate investment funds is being worked out.

The Nicaraguan Association of Stock Brokers (ASOBOLSA) has "scheduled a three-day seminar in late October, in which the industry will learn to organize and operate these investment funds."

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