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Real Estate in Costa Rica: Perfect for a Retirement Nest

Have you ever wanted a place somewhere you’d rather rest in comfort after many years of hard work? Picture it: nothing but the wisps of wind, a comfortable house in a secure property, and living life in peace with nature and your loved ones. If you have been thinking of where to find this place, perhaps outfits such as Dominical Real Estate can offer you the answer to your yearning for such a retirement haven.

The Latin American country has made headlines in the past few decades for all the right reasons. Since the end of a civil war in the late 1940s that saw its armed forces dissolved, it has experienced a period of peace and development highlighted by greater investment into public infrastructure. It also hosts the headquarters of the University for Peace and the InterAmerican Court of Human Rights. Costa Rica has spent years marketing its eco-tourism industries to the world, bringing in droves of investors. Offshore property seekers have the government to thank for laws that allow foreign ownership of real estate in Costa Rica.

Property hunt

When looking at good retirement nests in Costa Rica, you can start in Puntarenas, where most of the country’s Pacific coastline lies. Property firms can set you up with potential hot items. You can start with towns like Dominical.

Properties include residential lots, detached homes, farms and ranches, and even commercial lots. Many of these properties are situated near the towns of Cortes, Matapalo, and San Isidro del General. Some properties can be rented for a few thousand dollars a month. You can find some attractive Uvita properties too.

Why a Costa Rican retirement?

Costa Rica’s government makes it really easy for retirees to settle down in the country. For instance, the law requires that the retiree should have a monthly stipend of at least $1,000 from a qualified pension fund. Married couples need the same from just one spouse. A permanent residency visa can be issued after three years’ stay, with the option to apply for a work permit included. The country hosts a large expatriate population owing to this emigration ease.

Investing on a retirement property in Costa Rica’s Guanacaste region will be money well spent. It offers you a chance to get away from it all and find solace in a country teeming with a rich ecosystem.  

Published Sunday, February 17, 2013 8:09 PM by Saul Rasminsky

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