Costa Rica is more than an alluring vacation or retirement destination; it’s an attractive place to pursue investment real estate

Costa Rica and its beaches is Central America’s leading vacation destination and investment opportunities in land acquisition and Villa rental properties have great potential!

While there are certainly peak times during which most tourists visit – winter, spring break, and summer vacations – there is never a time when travelers stop coming to Costa Rica. A steady flow of income can often be expected for about 10 months out of the year in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica is economically and politically stable, with no political unrest, riots, or anti-government demonstrations like in other Latin American countries.

The local currency is very stable, crime rates are low, and quality of life is consistently ranked among the highest in the world in independent studies.

It is one of the few countries in the world with a tropical climate yet no hurricane or tropical storm season.

When compared side by side with other Latin American or Caribbean nations, Costa Rica is the clear front-runner for real estate investment.

  • You can incorporate your passion into the investment.

If you’ve always dreamed of owning a bed and breakfast, there’s no better place than Costa Rica to make that dream a reality. If you love the idea of owning a restaurant, an art gallery, or a cafe, the Costa Rican government and business scene will welcome you with open arms. Cattle farms, agricultural properties, and teak farms are also available. Whether you want to build from the ground up or find a turnkey business that’s ready to go, Costa Rica has it all

  • You don’t have to be a resident to own a business or property in Costa Rica.

Fortunately, residency status is not a requirement for purchasing investment real estate or opening a business in Costa Rica. When you do come to visit, you’ll be granted a 90-day visa with no questions asked. The only stipulation is that you must travel outside the country at the end of the 3-month period, which essentially serves as an excuse to fit in a quick vacation if nothing else. Starting a business or investing in real estate gives an edge when it comes to gaining residency.

  • Costa Rica has a strong infrastructure that continues to improve.

There are now two major international airports in Costa Rica, with frequent flights to and from numerous U.S. cities and other international destinations. A modern new highway was just opened several years ago and connects the Central Valley to the Pacific Coast, cutting down travel time by an hour or more. The major InterAmerican Highway, which runs all the way from the U.S. to Chile in South America, is undergoing a major revitalization and expansion near the city of Liberia.

  • Costa Rica’s government has made it clear that they are ready to welcome investors and travelers with its well-maintained roadways and modern airports.