Another Reason to Purchase Real Estate in Costa Rica

April 9, 2009 - The Costa Rican government is continuously trying to improve the country in order to make it more attractive to Costa Ricans and tourists. This in the long run will increase the value of real estate property in Costa Rica.

The latest scheme which started almost a year and a half ago was to expend the pedestrian pathway on Avenida Central. It was a $2.1 million gamble on the part of the Costa Rican government that seems to have paid off.

The walkway is more crowded and businesses along the pathway have seen an increase in business as well as have improved their shop to make it more attractive to passerby.

In terms of safety, anyone who walks there during the day time will see a large police presence which gives the feeling of safety for visitors and locals alike.

With these types of improvements, Costa Rica is investing in the future of Costa Rica and its real estate property value. Once the economic crisis is over, the prices of real estate properties in Costa Rica will still be a great bargain and are bound to rise quickly because of these improvements.

Now would be a good time to start investing in property in San Jose Centro. Even though this would be a very long term investment, the possibilities of making a large profit is there.

The former mayor of San Jose and the current mayor would all like to see major improvements in San Jose to make it more attractive to families. This is one of the main reasons that this project was created and similar projects are in the planning stages.

Ticorealty.com, one of the more reliable real estate companies in Costa Rica is already on the lookout for bargain real estate properties in San Jose.

"Helping real estate investors in Costa Rica is one of our goal" said Rosario of TicoRealtyCR.com. "Since we live in Costa Rica, we all would like to do our share in making this country better which is why we encourage people to invest in San Jose."

Families moving in to San Jose would mean a safer environment. A safer environment would mean the rise of real estate prices.

Allison Kim has been a freelance writer for over 3 years discussing several topics such as real estate, the economy and traveling. You can contact Allison Kim by sending her an email at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

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