Why Purchase Property in Costa Rica?

People worldwide visit Costa Rica for nature, lifestyle, beaches, oceans, and the Costa Rica culture. The stability of the government, short flights from Miami and Houston, growth, development of the economy, and safety of the country are some of the reasons people settle in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. With the U.S. economy on the rise, Costa Rica prices are also rising as Expats are attracted to the area because of the airport and beaches.


You'll instantly realize when you get off the plane that the people of Costa Rica are kind and genuine. I am a New Yorker, and I can honestly say it is calming to live in a country where you do not need to worry about bombings, mass shootings, racism, and out-of-control people. I live the life of Pura Vida - a pure life without the hustle and bustle of the city. Costa Rica has the most beautiful beaches, with the Pacific Ocean's average temperature is 90 degrees. The marine life is spectacular, making Costa Rica a magical place to snorkel and dive.


Costa Rica is one of the most economically and politically stable countries in Central America and is viewed as a safe bet. The number of ex-pats living here part-time is growing each year, and we are now seeing many new families relocating with their children.


Now is the best time to invest in the upswing of Costa Rica's real estate market. Rental income can gross you anywhere 3-4% depending on how actively you are marketing your condo. The rental market is secure, and with our small town of Playas del Coco hosting the first-ever Ironman in the country, you can count on the rental market to explode.


Costa Rica now has more direct flights than ever! Tourists fly into Costa Rica's Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport (LIR), also known as Liberia Airport. This airport is 30 minutes from the famous beaches of Hermosa, Coco, Panama, and Ocotal in Guanacaste.


Liberia's surrounding beach communities have grown as a popular tourist destination due to their added direct flights out of Los Angeles, Houston, New York, Atlanta, Miami, and the United Kingdom. (SouthWest, Alaska, and Thomson Airways). 


Not everyone wants to stay in a hotel room when they come to Costa Rica. Property Managers / Rental companies are seeing their business grow due to the number of people who want to live, even for just a week, among the locals and the ex-pats. Purchasing property in Costa Rica is a great way to get your money out of the United States and into a safe real estate property where you can grow your savings with rental income.


If you are interested in using your property for rental income, I would be happy to give you all the property managers' information for you to contact.