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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The National Bank said Friday it will sell is acquired properties, at a discount of up to 25% of market values.

    This category includes all real and personal property as the entity receiving payment when a debtor cannot deal with the debt.

    In addition, the bank offers the opportunity to purchase these goods (cars, houses and lots, among others) with a fixed-rate loan. The interest rate is 8% and 5.5% in colones dollars.

    According to the bank, these assets can be viewed as an investment by its prospective buyers as these have the ability to complete the development that the bank will sell, and rent or sell it, or buy the property as is and sell it a higher price.

    Goods can be seen in the bank’s web site, or you can make inquiries or request additional information [email protected] or phone 2212-2000 or 2211-4010. Nacion.com

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
    San Jose Costa Rica

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