Buying a house on Bonaire

Buying a house on Bonaire Staying and living on Bonaire is wonderful, because you mainly live outside here. Nice outside on the porch with a good glass of wine or in your hammock by the pool. This is all possible and all year round. Of course you also have your daily...

Resolutive conditions

Resolutive conditions On Bonaire, if you come to an agreement after negotiating a home, there is already a binding agreement. It is then no longer possible as a buyer to come up with all kinds of resolutive conditions afterwards. So think about this carefully before...

Taxes

All about taxes There are two types of taxes on real estate on Bonaire: land tax and real estate tax. This collection takes place via the Tax and Customs Administration of the Caribbean Netherlands. On this website of Harbourtown Real Estate we want to explain as...

Costs seller

Selling your house: what are the costs for me as a seller? When you sell a property, the seller is responsible for the sales commission. In principle, the seller “hires” the real estate agent for the sale of the property. In this blog we will explain the...

Movable property

Movable property when selling a house. When listing a purchase price for movable property, it is important that the purchase price represents the fair value of the movable property in question and that the purchase price is specified per property (i.e. per item !). We...

Pagabon

Pagabon: pre-paid electricity The supplier of water and electricity on Bonaire is WEB: Water en Energiebedrijf Bonaire NV. In most homes there is a regular connection for electricity, but sometimes home owners choose to use Pagabon. You often see this in rental...