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Costa Rica Among Cheapest Countries to Retire: Travel & Leisure

It is well known that once you retire, living outside of the U.S. can be one of the best ways of reducing your cost...

Moving or Investing in Costa Rica? Here is what you need to know

Natural beauties, tropical climate, beautiful beaches, jungles full of exotic flora and fauna, volcanoes, social peace, stable democracy, country without an army, 6% of...

16 Reasons Why You Should Move to Costa Rica

A few weeks ago I wrote an article about who should not move to Costa Rica. I received a lot of interesting responses from...

30 reasons why you shouldn’t move to Costa Rica

Over the years, I have had the opportunity to observe firsthand thousands of foreigners who have relocated to Costa Rica. Many fulfill their of...

How to get by on a shoestring in Costa Rica: The story of Banana Bread Steve

A while back I met Steve, who had lived in Hawaii for many years. He moved to Costa Rica because Hawaii had become very...

How to retire as cheaply as possible in Costa Rica

Some tips for cheaper living in Costa Rica.

Beach vs. Central Valley Living in Costa Rica: What’s the Difference?

Costa Rica has some of the of the most beautiful beaches in the world. When the country is mentioned, most people visualize themselves sitting...

Costa Rica incentivizes residency for retirees and foreign investors

Foreign investment represented 7.8% of GDP until before the pandemic, but today it represents just 3.5%, according to Costa Rican authorities.

Project to attract residents to Costa Rica signed into law

A project that will lower the minimum required investment to obtain Costa Rica residency has been signed into law by President Carlos Alvarado.

Project to attract residents to Costa Rica advances

A law project that would lower the minimum required investment to obtain Costa Rica residency has passed a first debate in the Legislative Assembly.

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