Q & A
Q: How long do I have to wait after making a deposit before I can request a refund?
A: You have a seven-day grace period, but after the seventh day, the deposit becomes non-refundable.
Q: What can I do on my land?
A: Apart from building a cabin, you can also use part of your property for a food garden. We can help you plant avocados, oranges, bananas, etc., and manage the garden when you're away.
Q: Is there a service for taking care of the land?
A:Certainly, we offer land care services at a monthly fee of $500 US dollars per worker.
Q: Will you help me find buyers for my produce?
A: We can assist you by connecting you with potential buyers, but all further negotiations will be handled by the landowner.
Q: Where can I stay if there's no home on the property?
A: We offer a discount to stay at the local lodge.
Q: Is there transportation available?
A: We have motor cycles for rent, and Punta Gorda town is about a 20-minute drive away for groceries and such.
Q: How do I start if I want to add a cabin or house to my purchased land?
A: We provide a turnkey service for the cabin we offer. Alternatively, you can make your own arrangements if you want to build something yourself.
Q: Is there water and electricity?
A: Each lot has water access from the river. All lots can have power service brought in.
Q: Is there security on the Farm?
A: The premises are guarded 24/7.
Q: When will I get access to the land title?
A:The lease-to-own contract is for 36 months. Once the final installment is paid, the land transfer will be processed.
Q: What are the property taxes?
A:The annual property tax is $15 per lot.
Q: Is the land under any conservation easement?
A: No, the land is not under any conservation easement.
Q: Are the boundaries of the property clearly marked?
A: Yes, all lots are clearly marked to avoid any confusion about their boundaries.
Q: Are there shared facilities included?
A: We are adding a clubhouse and recreational facility.
Q: Does the property have proper drainage?
A:Yes, the property has good drainage.
Q: Where does the river in front of my property lead?
A: The river flows year-round from the Mayan Mountains and joins the Moho River about 1.2 miles downstream, which then flows into the Caribbean Sea. It's suitable for kayaking, fishing, and swimming.