Before starting any real estate project in the Dominican Republic, it is essential to determine how to make it viable and avoid future conflicts and delays. The first step involves the cadastral and judicial state of the property, including a complete impact assessment (demographic, economic ecologic). This information is the foundation to develop a coherent negotiation and strategy.

Moreover, the laws and regulations of the Jurisdicción de Tierras  define specific requirements that must be taken into account in the design and approval of any real estate project. Ignoring these, can have complex and costly consequences, leading to unnecessary delays that negatively impact the implementation of the development project.

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