CCCBR stands for the Costa Rica Real Estate Realtor Board. This is the only official body that represents the Real Estate industry to the government. The Chamber of Real Estate facilitates professional across the entire Real Estate Industry in Costa Rica.
The Costa Rica Chamber of Real Estate Realtor Board is the official body that regulates the real estate industry in Costa Rica.
CCCBR (Camara Costarricense de Corredores de Bienes Raices) licenses and trains real estate agents to uphold a strict code of ethics that improves the business conduct of real estate transaction. CCCBR focuses on improving the level of professionalism among realtors and aids buyers and sellers via listing verification, guidance and ultimately arbitration. CCCBR offers its Member Agents guidance in best practices and networks on their agents behalf to attain more international exposure. CCCBR being the Broker’s official “Costa Rica’s Multiple Listing Service (MLS)” also verifies all Property Listings for accuracy with the National Registry to ensure the highest quality of products for both buyers, and real estate professionals.
CCCBR was founded in 1974 and has a long track record for working hard to better the real estate industry in Costa Rica and facilitate professional business conduct amongst all registered member agents. CCCBR offers education for real estate professionals in the fields of marketing, negotiation, sales, code of ethics, appraisals and real estate law and much more to better the industry. for more information about the Chamber of Costa Rica Real Estate visit http://camara.cr
Guarantees of an Affiliated Broker of the Costa Rican Real Estate Association
- The Real Estate broker, as a member of the CCCBR completes training, which allows him/her to execute their duties in a professional manner on behalf of their clients.
- The member Broker will operate within the Statues and Code of Ethics of the Costa Rican Real Estate Association and must take part in any arbitration involving his/her clients (see “Code of Ethics” chapters 1, 2 and 3).
- The member Broker will be governed by the resolutions of the Tribunal of Ethics and of the Raised Council of the CCCBR (see Statutes, Articles 10,14, I section “F”, 15, 16, 17 of 1979, 1978, 1985 and 1987 of the “Code of Ethics”, chapters VIII, IX and X).
- The member Broker must submit to arbitration to resolve any disputes between his/her clients and any other Brokers through the Tribunals of Reconciliation and Arbitration of the Costa Rican Real Association (see: Statutes, Article 77, I section “F”, sub-section 3). This will guarantee all parties a speedy trial.