Property Registration in Chile: A Complete Legal Guide

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What is it?

Property registration in Chile is a legal process necessary to officially record the ownership of real estate. This service ensures that your property ownership is recognized by the government, protecting your rights and providing legal proof of ownership.

Who needs it?

Ideal for property buyers, real estate investors, and homeowners in Chile who need to legally register their ownership. It’s also crucial for anyone involved in property sales to ensure all transactions are legally documented.


  1. Research the property and gather all relevant information.
  2. Prepare and notarize the sales contract or property transfer document.
  3. Submit the notarized document to the Conservador de Bienes Raíces (Real Estate Conservator).
  4. Pay the necessary registration fees.
  5. Wait for the official confirmation and receive a registration certificate.

Required documents

  • Sales Contract: Obtain from the real estate transaction and have it notarized.
  • Proof of Identity: Valid passport or Chilean ID card.
  • Tax Clearance Certificate: Obtain from the Chilean Internal Revenue Service (SII).
  • Previous Title Deed: If applicable, for transfer of ownership.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Ensure all documents are signed and notarized where necessary.
  • Fees vary depending on the value of the property and the municipality.
  • The registration process can take several weeks to complete.
  • Consult with a local notary or legal advisor for detailed guidance.


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