Playa Del Coco, Costa Rica TownHouse For Sale

Playa Del Coco, Costa Rica TownHouse For Sale

Costa Rica, Inspection Visit, Pre Construction
This property was a 3 bedroom which was converted to a 2 bedroom unit. This was to allow for a larger living area. Both bedrooms, are on the second floor and each have there own bathroom. Priced to sell at only $178,000 usd possible developer fiannace available with 50% deposit. The home is located in the secure gated community of Arrecifes, which is located in the heart of Playas del Coco within walking distance to all your shopping needs, as well as the beach. the is the last townhouse for sale on this new development. This beautifully appointed, fully-furnished house features approximately 1,150 sq. feet of construction, comprising two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a wet bar, and features such as granite counter tops large flat screens fitted to the walls, as well as its…
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Post U.S. Election Results, a Spike in ‘Move Overseas’ Searches Occurs – Trump Wins

Post U.S. Election Results, a Spike in ‘Move Overseas’ Searches Occurs – Trump Wins

401k, Bank Accounts, Belize, Costa Rica, FAQ, Health Care, Mexico, News, Panama, Pre Construction, Puerto Vallarta, Retirement
According to InternationalLiving.com, there has been a 160% surge in online searches for terms like "move overseas" and "expats overseas" post Trump election victory this week. In the wake of the presidential election results, the trend already underway of retirees going overseas for better-value living, more affordable healthcare, and warmer weather appears to be poised to accelerate. Already the Social Security Administration sends 660,528 payments overseas...and anecdotally, according to the editors of International Living, the number of U.S. retirees receiving Social Security benefits abroad is likely higher than that, as many simply continue to bank in the States while living outside the country. While Canada seems to top the list of target destinations for many potential escapees--in fact, that nation's immigration website reportedly crashed on election night -- International Living…
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PAH Holdings insider guide to retiring to Central America

PAH Holdings insider guide to retiring to Central America

Bank Accounts, Belize, Costa Rica, FAQ, Health Care, Inspection Visit, Mexico, News, Nicaragua, Panama, Retirement
  Where in Latin America to retire to and the cost of living in these countrys. All countried are now politically stable, economically healthy and welcoming to foreigners, particularly retirees. All have temperate climates, low living costs, spectacular natural beauty and attractive cities and towns. You’ll be surprised at some of the nations that make the 2016 World’s Top 10 Retirement Havens list from International Living. Panama Panama is No.1 on International Living’s list for 2016, and that should be no surprise to anyone who has been there lately. The people are charming, the healthcare is excellent and the living is cheap. Panama City has morphed into a modern metropolis with a diverse population, a high-rise downtown and a wide choice of gentrified neighborhoods. Boquete, in the highlands, appeals to…
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Cost of living – retirement in Costa Rica

Cost of living – retirement in Costa Rica

Costa Rica, FAQ, Health Care, Inspection Visit, News
From cloud forests at nearly 5,000 feet to white sand beaches at sea level, Costa Rica offers some of the most incredible natural environments the world has to offer. It also delivers modern cities full of cultural attractions and entertainment venues, reliable infrastructure and access to high-quality health care. It's no wonder, then, that the country has become so popular among retirees looking for a high quality of life at a low cost. For most retirees, the cost of living in Costa Rica is much lower than it is in the United States. If you are a single, budget-conscious retiree, you can live very comfortably in Costa Rica for about $1,300 to $1,600 per month. A couple can cut per-person costs even further by sharing housing expenses. Emigration Costs There…
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Top 4 destinations for Canadian Snowbirds,

Top 4 destinations for Canadian Snowbirds,

Belize, Costa Rica, Inspection Visit, Mexico, News, Nicaragua, Panama
Its going to be a cold one this year. 2016 Weather Report The Canadian Snowbird (escapus wintersnowus) is well known for its annual migration to warmer climes.   As the bitter cold sets in, the snowbird pack its bag, buys flights, and relocates to another life, typically where a beach is never far away. Here are ten choices for any budding snowbird. Costa Rica Some species of snowbirds prefer a bigger change:  a difference in culture, a difference in language, currency, and scenic beauty.  Costa Rica has the beaches, but it also has beautiful rainforest, and peaceful mountain communities.   The country enjoys the third highest life expectancy in the western hemisphere, is affordable, accessible, and even offers Canadian-run health insurance for expats.    Snowbirds congregate around the country, but can usually be…
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Inspection Visits to Mexico, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Thailand & Belize, Fly and Buy

Inspection Visits to Mexico, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Thailand & Belize, Fly and Buy

Belize, Costa Rica, Inspection Visit, Mexico, News, Nicaragua, Thailand
PAH HOLDINGS LTD offers the unique opportunity for potential buyers to come and visit BELIZE, COSTA RICA, MEXICO, Thailand Panama or Nicaragua to see for yourself, in person, all of our villas and apartment developments! Once you decide to purchase any of our villas or apartments or preconstruction, we will reimburse or discount from the total purchase price up to US$3,500 of your travel costs, including flight and up to 5 nights at any of resorts in the local area, for 2 persons, with all inclusive covered. This is a prefect time for the USA and Canadain Snowbirds to pop down and check out our propertys. This also gives you a free consultation with one of our professional real estate representatives, who will make you become familiar with our real estate properties, our…
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Costa Rica Guide FAQ

Costa Rica Guide FAQ

Costa Rica, FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions About Costa Rica Buying Real Estate in Costa Rica Q. Why are so many Americans, Canadians and Europeans flocking to Costa Rica to buy property? A. Costa Rica is a safe, stable country with a stable government and a thriving economy. It has a tropical climate and beautiful beaches and scenery. Property is affordable and appreciating rapidly. Finally, the government has made a sincereeffort to encourage foreign investment. Q. Can a non-Costa Rican purchase and own property in Costa Rica? A. Yes, a foreigner has the same rights to own property in Costa Rica as do citizens. The ownership rights are guaranteed by the Costa Rican constitution and apply regardless of whether the property is placed in the name of a corporation or in the name of…
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Costa Rica Real Estate Report

Costa Rica Real Estate Report

Costa Rica
According to a recent study by San Jose-based CRREC, the real estate market in Costa Rica is displaying signs of significant interest towards pre-built construction of coastal gated communities while pressure rises from competing markets such as Panama. Costa Rica Real Estate's study contains information pertaining to market size (both volume and value), leading players, key financial metrics and an in-depth analysis in to the competitive pressures Panama holds in the road ahead. Also inside the report are growth predictions for the 2014-2015 season including trend data from a variety of reputable sources. Only a few weeks back, Costa Rica inducted a new president and while many believe the change in power will bring economic stimulus, others remain skeptical with recent announcements from Intel and HP that they will be…
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