Posts Tagged ‘Guanacaste’
Deerfield Beach, FL (PRWEB) February 23, 2007
There are two primary reasons why Guanacaste is doing so well for investors, in comparison to other regions of Costa Rica. The first reason is that the real estate is so gorgeous. Magnificent beaches of soft sand, with colors ranging from bright white to pink, and turquoise, green and blue waters are a major draw to the region.
Additionally, in the region of Guanacaste, the mountains virtually drop right into the sea, which creates magnificent ocean view lots, even when miles from the beach. The second reason that Guanacaste is doing so well is that the development of the area has been done responsibly, with much respect paid to the environment. The communities are upscale with many private communities of million dollar homes.
Skyrocketing values in Guanacaste are nowhere near the ceiling. Many times, when a region goes through the type of growth that Costa Rica is enjoying, the appreciation caps out before many investors can get involved. Luckily for today’s property investors, Guanacaste has a plethora of beachfront land that remains relatively undeveloped. This means one very important thing… Ground Floor Opportunities! Investors love them if they are lucky enough to find them, and Guanacaste still has some in its southern region. One particularly well-poised town in southern Guanacaste is Nosara Beach.
If you’re not in the know yet regarding Nosara Beach, you might want to hurry up and get involved there. Nosara, while primarily undeveloped, does have a fun town with plenty of restaurants and shops, plus an airstrip served by two daily flights from San Jose on Nature Air and Sansa Airlines. These amenities alone leapfrog Nosara in front of other potential investment areas. In addition to the airstrip and town are gorgeous white sand beaches, and a giant nature preserve which is home to many rare species. Two rivers keep the area green year-round, while the rivers’ estuary (where fishing is famous), and giant tree-covered mountains which overlook the ocean. The current climate in Southern Guanacaste makes a home site or community an attractive investment.
For the masses of investors who want to jump into owning a property in Nosara, or anywhere in Guanacaste for that matter, it may seem pretty complicated. For this reason, the majority of property investors tend to want pieces of land that are inside of planned communities being developed by companies who can remove most of the difficulties for them. Whether an investor wants to take on the challenges of carving out his own piece of paradise, or wants to go with a developer’s project, Guanacaste is a winner, and at this time, especially in it’s southern region.