Costa Rica Vacation Photos VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL If you are thinking about vacationing, relocating or buying in Costa Rica but you are not sure where this might help.  Pictures and web research only tells part of the story so your best bet is to actually visit the different sites you are considering.  If…

Pricing is all about supply and demand and it is the most important factor to consider when selling your Costa Rican property. You do not want to overprice it or sell yourself short so here are a few guidelines that will help as you consider what price tag you should put on your condo, house…

Measurements in Costa Rica run on the metric system.  Property is sold by the meter squared.  Here is a conversion chart to make your real estate search easier.  Haga clic aquí para Español                    1 square foot = 144 square inches 1 square foot = 929.03 square centimeters 1 Square foot = 0.093 Square meters 1…

CÁMARA DE COMERCIO DEL PACÍFICO CENTRAL www.jacochamber.com Telf. 2643-2853 Facebook: Jaco Chamber MEMBER FISHING TOURNAMENT: DICK TANNER FROM CR PRIMO FISHING TACKLE IN HERRADURA is organizing the "Where’s The Meat" Fishing Tournament to be held July 8th & 9th specifically for categories of Dorado, Tuna and Wahoo.  Inscriptions are being held July 6th in Plankton…

FALCON INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL IS SEEKING SPONSORSHIP FOR A SCHOLARSHIP award for a student of Quebrada Ganado. This student is known for excellent grades but has no economic resources and the institution has no scholarships available. If you want to help this student attend Falcon International School, please contact at 2637-7400. FALCON INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL ESTÁ SOLICITANDO…

El impuesto anual sobre la  propiedad es solamente del 0.25 por ciento  del valor registrado. Porcentaje  notablemente menor que  el de la mayoría de los países de Norteamérica convirtiéndose así en  uno de los beneficios de comprar  bienes raíces en Costa Rica. Los pagos anuales son más comunes, pero también es posible hacer pagos semestrales…

The yearly property Tax in Costa Rica is only 0.25 percent of the registered value of the property. This is remarkably lower than most North American countries and one of the benefits of buying real estate in Costa Rica.  Annual payments are most common, but it is also possible to make biannual or quarterly payments. …

You can help get the results you want by staging your home. Staging is not about redecorating your entire home. It is about rearranging what you do have and making a few improvements to appeal to more buyers. A staged home will sell, on average, for 17% more than an unstaged home. – U.S. Department…