Want to make sure you enjoy your new life in the sun. Whatever your situation is, you will want to avoid some of the challenges that may come up when living in another culture. Here are a few tips.


In 2014, the entrepreneurial spirit of a select group of friends and associates set out to use their years of real estate experience, accumulated knowledge and earned credibility to open a new Century 21 office serving the Southern Ballena Coast and beyond. 



On March 18-22, 2019, the Realogy Global Exchange and Century 21 Conference was held at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and this team won 3 awards!! 



These are the answers to questions that I get asked all the time, and thought I would address them here, to ensure you have all the information to make sure your time spent in Costa Rica is fabulous!

The cost of living in Costa Rica is the highest in Central America. Yet the number of tourists it draws each year and the hordes of expats who’ve chosen to call it home, has not dwindled, despite the rising costs.

Costa Rica real estate hit the big time with investors in 2018, growing significantly over previous years.  And, our South Pacific region of Costa Rica is likely to be even bigger in 2019.

Located just an hour south of the popular beach town of Manuel Antonio and Quepos; “Costa Ballena”, or Whale Coast, is slowly becoming famous for its pristine beaches and rolling green mountains that teem with wildlife, and a slower pace of life.

Purchasing or selling property in Costa Rica can seem like an uncertain endeavor, especially if you believe everything you read on the internet. However, the process should be enjoyable and educational. In this explanation, the goal is to guide you step-by-step on what is the modern and standard process of purchasing or selling land in Costa Rica (2018).

By using the same common-sense practises you would at home, taking good advice from locals; you will find that Costa Rica is a very safe place to travel and live! 

People from cold climates like the fact they no longer have to endure cold and snowy winters. Costa Rica is 8 to 12 degrees north of the Equator, in the Tropic of Cancer; so, the climate is tropical year around.  Making life a whole lot easier!  The fact that you can put shorts on, every day of the year is a treat for us northerners!