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Given that you found this webpage, I assume that you are clued into the fact that we are rapidly approaching what could be tourism Armageddon in Costa Rica. This has opened a unique window of opportunity for savvy investors to snap up prime real estate assets at great prices.
Are you looking for Costa Rica hotels for sale pre-bankruptcy? Or maybe you are searching for distressed luxury, multi-room Costa Rica villas and beach condos for sale? There are billions of dollars in luxury real estate in Costa Rica that will likely become increasingly distressed in coming months.
When Lewis & Clark made their expedition to the great American West, they would have likely failed had they not stumbled upon helpful native guides. We want to be your native guides in this jungle. Before you dive headlong into a major real estate investment in Costa Rica, you should understand the tourism and investment landscape. Let us provide you with a master class in Costa Rican tourism, calling on our 20 years of leadership in the field.
We offer vast depth of knowledge, in both Costa Rica tourism and hotel investment. Call on our experience to plan your own success.
When it comes to Costa Rica hotels for sale and other investment properties, one mistake could cost you millions of dollars, lawsuits, time and energy. Let’s avoid that. We know the common pitfalls, the toxic properties (and people), and where the hidden gems are buried.
We’ll help you make a great investment, at a unique moment in history.
For two decades, we have successfully operated one of the top travel agencies in the region. In addition, we understand the brick-and-mortar side of tourism: We built and manage two of our own hotels and we know all sides of the Costa Rican tourism industry, including construction, banking, legal, permits, sales, marketing and maintenance. Our resume, in brief:
I first came to Costa Rica in 2004 with some friends. Being from Florida, this was an easy trip and after my first trip down, I started coming back a few times a year. In 2009, I closed down my business in the states and decided to move to Costa Rica and learn Spanish for a year. Here it is a decade later and I am still here. I guess I am a slow learner.