Buying Guide

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Chestertons Antigua and Barbuda is dedicated to a seamless sales process with superior customer service.

Purchase Procedure

- Select the ideal location

2 - Verbal offer and acceptance

3 - Appointment of an Attorney-at-Law to assess the title deed for the property

4 - Attorney prepares a contract for sale and payment of a 10% deposit to the Vendor's Attorney-at-Law

5 - The remaining 90% of the balance due is paid at time of Conveyance

6 - Conveyance time is approximately three months

7 - The freehold title may be in an individual’s name or in the name of a company. If you are a non-citizen, you must apply to the Government of Antigua and Barbuda for a Non-Citizen’s Land Holding License.

8 - Completion and Transfer

9 - Legal Fees: Fees for the purchase of a property will range from 1% to 2% of the amount of the purchase price. Fees for applications for Non-Citizen Licenses, Sale Agreements and Company Incorporation are additional.

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