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Real Estate In Costa Rica

2022-2023 Costa Ballena Real Estate Market Recap and 4th Quarter Market Report

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Welcome to our 2022-2023 annual market recap and quarterly-market report for Costa Ballena real estate for the fourth quarter of 2022 (October to December). Osa Tropical Properties is the only office in the Costa Ballena region that provides a quarterly market report, offering sales totals and statistics that give a fair representation of our local…

Exceptional Living in Escaleras, Costa Rica

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Escaleras, Costa Rica is a place that promotes a sense of wellbeing, deep relaxation, and helps you attune yourself with the natural world. This is a popular community in the South Pacific that exudes architectural grandeur blending elegantly with the exotic landscape. Those who have searched Costa Rica’s coastlines for the perfect location to begin…

Elevated Investment Opportunities In Hotels In Costa Rica

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Buying hotels in Costa Rica is an up-and-coming real estate market for families looking to move to the tropics who want to continue to earn a living while living in their dream location. Properties in Costa Ballena (Dominical, Uvita, and Ojochal) are a hot destination for high-end hotels because they fill the gap in the…

South Pacific Costa Rica Real Estate Market Report For 3rd Quarter 2022

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The South Pacific Costa Rica real estate market continues to thrive in the third quarter (July, August, and September) of 2022. More people are visiting our region and staying in vacation rentals. Construction grew exponentially as turnkey property inventory dwindles and more buyers are purchasing land and building new homes as new contractors arrive in…

Cryptocurrencies in Costa Rica: Bitcoin Jungle, Crypto Mining, and More

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In March of this year, Costa Rica’s former government proposed a law to tax cryptocurrency purchases and gross sales. This law did not pass, meaning that Costa Rica does not subject cryptocurrency gains to the Value Added Tax (IVA) or income tax. According to current Costa Rican regulations, this type of asset is not classified…