If you are serious about finding a second home or a vacation home somewhere that’s nice and warm all year round and where you can relax, have fun, stay out all night partying but also be totally alone in the beauty of nature, Costa Rica comes to mind and it has so much diversity. The tourist industry is one of the main incomes for the country which is in Central America. There are many different properties for sale but looking at Costa Rica farms is both interesting and rewarding.
More and more North Americans come here to enjoy their vacation. The scenery is truly spectacular and very diverse from the spring-like Central Valley to the ocean fronts of the Pacific and the Caribbean – this country has it all! Another advantage is that it is not too far from the U.S. and Canada and there are many flights every day from these destinations into San Jose, the capital or Liberia in the north. It really is an ideal place to have a good time, whatever your definition of a good time is. Nature lovers come and hike, there is night life in the more popular resorts, you can go deep sea fishing, zip lining, paragliding, play golf or just relax on the beach in the sun.
Many of us simply fall in love with this wonderful place and want to be more permanently bound to it. This could mean a vacation home, a second home or a primary residence. This country has the largest population of Americans outside of the U.S. Many come and stay – either opening a business or retiring. The cost of living is reasonable so your dollar goes farther here.
It is no wonder that real estate is booming here. For the money that a home would cost in North America, you can get a luxury villa with a lovely view. Of course, if you want an additional property to the one you have at home, there are also insider tips that make this affordable. Costa Rica farms is a secret tip because you can often find a real jewel if you are lucky. These farms are often quite large which gives you the opportunity to sell off a portion to finance your new home. They are often in prime locations. Costa Rica is fairly hilly which often gives you great views.
You can look online to see properties from local real estate professionals. It is advisable to go through them as they are experienced and can speak both English and Spanish. They also have local knowledge and can advise you of places that would be a good fit for you – whether it is on the Central Valley or on the coast – either established resorts like Jaco or, on the otherhand, Domenical in the South which is less developed. They can also advise and refer you to a lawyer who is bi-lingual. If you have a lot of property, you can even build cabins to rent, which is popular here, or have a bed and breakfast.
So, if you are interested in a second home in a place that’s a true paradise, come and look at Costa Rica farms and see all the opportunities they offer.