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FAQ: Buying a Property in Costa Rica

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Can foreigners own land in Costa Rica? Is financing available? What are property taxes and closing costs on a property in Costa Rica? What is the average building cost? Etc. These are just a few of the frequently asked questions we get from clients starting their process of purchasing a property in Costa Rica. Buying […]

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Costa Rica & Coronoavirus: FAQ

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On Monday, March 16th, Costa Rica declared a State of Emergency in response to the troubling coronavirus pandemic. We have since received quite a few questions on how this will effect tourism and the real estate market in the next coming month(s). Our team at RE/MAX Pura Vida prides ourselves on not only keeping our […]

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How to Become a Costa Rica Resident

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How to Become a Costa Rica Resident RE/MAX Pura Vida knows it doesn’t take long after visiting Costa Rica for most people to fall in love with one aspect of this lush jungle nation or another. Whether it’s the laid back “pura vida” vibe of the people, the top-notch surf breaks, diverse wildlife, or countless […]

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Affordable Homes in Costa Rica

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What can be said about the lush paradise nation of Costa Rica that hasn’t already been said? Vacationers and expats alike are flocking to this tiny tropical country for a cornucopia of reasons. One of the greenest nations world, both in color and carbon footprint, a biodiversity that other nations pale in comparison to, and […]

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San Isidro Costa Rica

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Just North of Playa Hermosa lies a sparse little town of rolling hills and vast jungle vistas known as San Isidro, Costa Rica. Valleys open up to splay the landscape out for miles and miles, drawing cool jungle breezes up the hillsides all year round. San Isidro, Costa Rica sits conveniently near all major and […]

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Manzanillo Costa Rica

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Sitting just a short quad ride North of Playa Hermosa and Santa Teresa lies a quaint, quiet fishing village known as Manzanillo Costa Rica. Save for the annual Sand Castle Festival, Manzanillo rarely receives more than just tourists passing through on quad and stand-up paddleboard tours or staying a day on its practically private beaches. […]

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