Thank you, for giving me the opportunity to continue to provide more information about the properties we have for sale and many more surprises.

  • The Pura Vida attitude (in a nutshell: life is good) and laidback lifestyle that Costa Rica is known for. It permeates daily life—in stark contrast to the high stress and focus on money we have in North America.
  • Cost of living remains very reasonable. A couple can live comfortably on $1,760 a month, including housing costs. And trips for weekly groceries won’t break the bank.
  • And residence is easy to secure. Retirees need just $1,000 a month permcouple from Social Security or a pension to qualify. If you’re not yet at retirement age, you can seek rentista residence, which requires $2,500 a month in interest income from an investment like a certificate of deposit or a one-time deposit of $60,000 in a Costa Rican bank.

We are here to serve you with more information.

Due to the complexity of buying or selling a home or a commercial property, people seek the help of a professional, the real estate broker. Ideally one should contact a specialized broker since most realtors sell residential properties, others sell commercial properties, and a small number sells industrial, agricultural or other real estate. The broker must also be specialized by areas, in order to have a thorough knowledge of the region and its regulations, as well as having time to dedicate to the unexpected client.

A specialized broker guarantees a faster movement of the property, hence working in the seller’s best interest. It matters to seek the services of a broker associated with the Costa Rican Chamber of Realtors (CCCBR) or at least to keep this in mind. Depending on the case, a broker may represent the buyer or the seller.

Buyers’ brokers must meet with their clients to understand what they are looking for and what their budget is. While the seller’s broker must meet with his clients to help them decide what is the real price of the property and to convince
them that he can find a qualified buyer for it.

The real estate broker should be knowledgeable about the real estate market in his area, in order to give the client the best option according to his needs. He should also be familiar with the communities and their environment, including crime rate, proximity to schools, banks, shops and other services that a family may be looking for. He must also keep abreast of financing options, government programs, the types of mortgages available, zoning, laws and legal or natural threats to a property.

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to continue explaining the Real Estate situation in Costa Rica, and show a little of our few offers on demand, plus more information about the properties for sale. For example we have one with deep discount for the last time, which we know you would like because it is close to the best and secret Hot Spring waters, that is in the Venice of San Carlos (Venecia de San Carlos).

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Ivan Madrigal #exitosoivan #ticomagnate a costarican, meaning that I live in Costa Rica. Graduated as an industrial engineer and later worked for my father businesses before having the great opportunity to have a small internship in England, at the company Vinten Broadcast that manufactures equipment for the broadcasting industry. After that I decided to learn another language and tried French. However the unstable labor market here forced me to try other career paths like sales and marketing, which I now self-study or implement. Also developed more experience in Customer Service at several Call centers like at IBM Business Transformation, working as Payroll manager for a company that downsized me, named Dana Corporation... later at Fujitsu, where its big account BellSouth, moved to other country.. and finally Hewlett Packard within their biggest account: Pfizer. Because I didn't want to miss my experience at UK dealing with broadcasting, I studied this career at INA which graduates high level technicians for Central America. Nevertheless, I am trying to make multinational companies recognize my degrees, and get in a position were I can be more productive and creative. But the truth, the best way to show my potential is by owning my business and create presence by networking with people. That´s why I am here, because I need to move on, leave my country for many years, and challenge my skills using new languages that I can learn gradually. There seems to be many obstacles for me to achieve this, but I will deal with this using time management and other tools. I wonder, when will be the time when I recover completly from my motorcycle accident and win the trial, before walking normally with a cane and finally dance... dance with the wolves. The wolves that are in MySpace and Facebook, for example, where I am profiled.