How to buy Costa Rica real estate?, This guide shows you reasons for which is good idea to make it.
The dream of most of American citizens is to have their own housing in a calm place. To be surrounded of beautiful people, especially of beautiful women, a place with an unique nature, beach, mountain and a pleasant climate.
»» Most of Costa Rica is formed by elevations escarped between the 3000 ft (915 meters) and 6000 ft (1.830 meters) of height above sea level; some mountainous chains expand throughout the country.
»» Costa Rica presents a weather diverse according to the altitude of earth. Its climate is warm and humid in the coastal plains until 3200 ft (1.000m), with a temperature average or annual average of 60ºF (28ºC). Inside the Central plateau the weather becomes more pleasant, with an annual temperature between the 47 and 57 ºF (15 and 25°C). From 6400 ft (2.000m) of altitude the climate is cold. The rainy season extends from May to November and are very abundant in the coast of the Caribbean.
»» The economy has been growing for Costa Rica in part because the Government had implemented a seven-year plan of expansion in the high tech industry. The central government offers tax exemptions for those who are willing to invest in the country. Some international high tech corporations have already started developing in the area exporting goods.
»» Costa Rica is home to a rich variety of plants and animals. While the country has only about 0.1% of the world’s landmass, it contains 5% of the world’s biodiversity. Over 25% of Costa Rica is composed of protected forests and reserves, like those of Cahuita, Bent or the Friendship. Costa Rica protects more than 25% of its national territory within national parks. It also possesses the greatest concentration of species in the world.
»» Costa Ricans often refer to themselves as tico (masculine) or tica (feminine). “Tico” comes from the popular local usage of “tico” and “tica” as diminutive suffixes (e.g., ‘momentico’ instead of ‘momentito’).
The tico ideal is that of a very friendly, helpful, laid back, unhurried, educated and environmentally aware people. Visitors from the United States are often referred to as gringos, which is virtually always congenial in nature.