March 28, 2023 - Costa Rica has been a popular retirement haven forexpats for years and when it comes to buying real estate, there is something for everyone irrespective of what one’s taste or budgetis. Buying ones dream home in Costa Rica is easy. The property laws are the same for both nationals and foreigners and one doesn’t even need to live in the country before they can own land or property there. Jason Herasemluka agrees that It is a great place to consider for real estate investment.
Costa Rica is a stable democratic country located between Nicaragua and Panama popularly referred to as the “Switzerland” of Latin America. It is the only nation in Latin America to be listed among the world's 22 oldest democracies. According to the Human Development Index, it is the best Latin American nation. Moreover, Costa Rica was included in the Ethical Traveler Magazine's list of the Top 10 Ethical Places in the Developing World in 2011 and 2012.
“Costa Rica is the perfect destination If you’re dreaming of a bolt hole where you can escape for vacations with family and friends. A retreat where you can ride out the cold winters back home…or investing outside your home country with the goal of making good returns” says Jason Herasemluk.
Costa Rica invests a lot in social development, nature and environmental preservation and has a tax system favourable to expats. Costa Rica is known to consistently appear top of several rankings of "the first," "the greatest," and "the only. The New Economics Foundation ranked Costa Rica as the happiest nation in the world both in 2009 and 2012. It was also named the “greenest” country in the world by the same organisation.
This relatively small country dazzles thousands of tourists every year. Many of them succumb to its charms for life and later come back to Costa Rica to find a new home for their family or to retire. US and Canada retirees are particularly fond of Costa Rica and treasure its low cost of living, tropical weather, beautiful scenery and good travel connections with the USA.
Costa Rica residents are really friendly it’s a very safe country when compared to its Central American neighbours. It has with an abundance of wildlife, unspoiled beaches, adventure sports like sea kayaking and ziplining through the jungle canopy and a very friendly welcome for visitors.
Pura Vida everyone!
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