Sales Process Overview, Part III:

Part 3 of the Sales Process Series

This is part 3 of a 4 part series. Click for: Part 1 || Part 2 || Part 4 The non-subjective concerns: The primary considerations in the non-subjective category are: Road, Water, Electric and Use of Land. A typical land transaction in Costa Rica has the water and electric run to the property, and a … Read more

Costa Rican Real Estate – An Overview

Purchasing Property in Costa Rica: The decision to purchase real estate in a foreign country can at first be a daunting proposition. However, it is possible to safely buy property in Costa Rica with the assistance of a reputable Realtor and attorney. Your Realtor should be able to help you to locate property suitable to … Read more

Costa Rica MLS Explained

Is there a Multiple Listing Service in Costa Rica? As a person browsing the internet looking for Costa Rica real estate, one will have seen the terms “MLS” and “Multiple Listing Service” numerous times. What this term means when seen on a Costa Rica real estate site varies greatly from what it means on real … Read more

To Use A Realtor Or Not

The following was a quote from an article on an AOL page that is no longer active. “Living in Costa Rica” Web page: “Do I need a realtor? Some of the nightmares that have happened, (and the government is taking steps to correct), are disputes over property titles and squatters. A previous owner has up … Read more

How To Buy Real Estate in Costa Rica

I am going back through my early posts and updating some of the tags and looking for errors. I’m not sure what I had in mind with this one. I think that it must have been a cut & paste from some other article that I found. There is some useful information here, but it … Read more

Interested in Costa Rica real estate as an investment. They primarily live somewhere else, but they own property in Costa Rica for the asset appreciation potential as well as possible rental income. Some just buy and hold (land-bank). For developed properties, the investor has a vacation home to visit as desired.

Migrators spend a regular amount of time in Costa Rica during each year.

Re-locators are those that are looking to move to Costa Rica from wherever they are. They will live full-time in Costa Rica.