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Go and View Properties:
Once we have identified the purpose that the person(s) have in looking to buy land in Costa Rica, the agent will consider this as he directs them to the available properties that suit their interest.
I have always found it interesting to watch the process of land selection. I think that we all come down to Costa Rica with some preconceived notions of what we want, and for most of us, these change after we’ve stood on a few properties. Our marketplace is, for the most part, coastal mountain terrain. It’s hard to arrive here knowing what these properties are like; they are quite unique, even on a global scale.
Throughout the consultation and property viewing, the buyer is asking questions, getting informed, and making decisions. They are considering the various value-affecting features of the property such as: the view, the access, proximity to neighbors, proximity to the beach, waterfall, how much breeze there is, the jungle, and so on.