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Costa Rica Real Estate Market Maintains Good Health

Offering and occupation of offices, industry, and commerce show good signs in recent years. Costa Rica real estate sector of the Greater Metropolitan Area (GAM)...
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New issue in Costa Rica:

Now, in the Central Valley, we can see a lot of new condo buildings. In those places, zoning obligation is nonexistent and parking is...
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Looking For Real Estate Paradise…?

You’ll find it in the NW Pacific Coast of Costa Rica’s Guanacaste Province, Playa Samara.  With less than 5,000 real estate residents this sleepy little Village called...
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Beautiful 42 Acre Beach Side Development Ranch In Bahia Ballena, Costa Rica

28 Acres (116,420 m2) of titled property and 14 Acres (55,733 m2) of concession land that is 200 meters from the ocean, just steps...

Santa Teresa; Live, Love and Journey

Santa Teresa is located in the middle of two villages, Mal Pais in the south and Playa Hermosa in the north. All three connected...
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Why does it take so long to get my building permits in Costa Rica?

For some of us, this process can take a year, and it’s confusing with all the different estimates from builders and architects. All the...
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Let’s Take The Phrase, “Enjoy Your Life” To A Whole New Level

Sámara, Costa Rica Samara is a unique and highly desirable area for many reasons, here are just a few, gorgeous white sand beaches, lots of wild...

Exciting New Attractions In the Osa

With 2016 coming to a close and 2017 crashing into our lives it is hard to keep track of where the time went. Trying...

New Protection For Real Estate Buyers in Costa Rica

Buying property or a new home in a foreign country can be a scary proposition. Costa Rica has recently made changes to their Consumer...

Costa Rica Retirement: Fewer Rules = More Responsibility

It is all very complicated, with many pros and cons as to when regulation is a good thing and when it is not. Perhaps freedom from onerous regulations means an increased level of personal responsibility.