Aug 042018
 

 This article was published in the magazine “Montañas al Mar” in April of 2010. I have taken some author’s prerogative and made some changes to this posting.

In last month’s issue of Monaña Mar, we established a couple of points that help one stick with the formidable project of learning to speak a second language – namely, Spanish.

To recap:

1) It is a huge project that will take longer than you think.

2) It is hard for everybody (except for the extremely rare prodigy) Continue reading »

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.