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Hawaii or Costa Rica: Which Is A Better Choice For You?

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There is a shift in priorities and opportunities happening in our world and people are spending more time considering where they would love to call home. With more options to work from home as well as changes in politics or simply growing tired of “the weather,” relaxed tropical locations with stable politics and infrastructure are…

The 6 Most Successful Costa Rica Expat Personality Types

Many people dream about becoming a Costa Rica expat but they worry that they might not succeed at such a big, life-changing move. We all know that retirees and free-spirited types love Costa Rica. We frequently read about Costa Rica in retirement blogs and magazines and we hear talk about a different kind of pura…

Interview With Jeff Steffe, Builder in Costa Rica — Part 2: Timelines, Budgets, Materials, and More

Continuing along with last week’s interview with Costa Ballena builder, Jeff Steffe, this week we take a more in-depth look into timelines, budgets, materials, and more important information about construction in Costa Rica. Click here to read part one of this interview that gives a general overview about construction in Costa Rica. Getting more into…

Active Seniors Are Choosing Retirement in Costa Rica in 2021

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Retirees from around the world who are looking for a better quality of life are contacting our office wondering if all they have heard about retirement in Costa Rica is really true. Are people really happier living in Costa Rica? Are there really that many options for fresh and delicious food? And, most commonly, what…

What It’s Like to Travel to Costa Rica in November-December 2020

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Although we are still deep in pandemic times around the world, borders have opened for travel to Costa Rica and people are flying in. There is much precaution being taken but Costa Rica, amongst other tourism-dependent nations, has chosen to reopen borders to help their struggling economy. Cases continue to plateau, remaining concentrated around the…