Costa Rica Real Estate in the South Pacific
Costa Rica real estate in the South Pacific – a wise property investment
In recent years it has become evident that Costa Rica has much more to offer besides its stunning tropical landscape. Great advances in access to amenities and improvements to infrastructure have opened up several once isolated areas of Costa Rica for property investment.
Although there are still many excellent property investments to be made in the Nicoya Peninsula, a new kid on the block has suddenly switched investor attention to the South Pacific of Costa Rica. With the opening of a new highway to Caldera access from San Jose is quicker and easier; driving time has been halved. The up and coming South Pacific towns of Dominical, Uvita and Ojochal are promising locations to invest in Costa Rica real estate.
The South Pacific of Costa Rica has enjoyed relatively quiet existence until now. Benefiting from being less accessible that it’s more developed counter parts this area is already experiencing a property investment boom. Many property investors who had the foresight to acquire residences in Costa Rica real estate in the South Pacific knew that the time would come.
With expansive white sandy beaches, lush tropical rainforest and the most fascinating wildlife, this is an authentic eco tourism destination. The local community works hard to implement all forms of sustainable tourism in the area and many large developments are rigorously checked by the authorities to ensure that this part of Costa Rica stays preserved.
It should be noted that the majority of Costa Rica real estate in the South Pacific is not classified as re-sale property. This can be seen as a clear indication that investors understand the true value of owning property in one or more of the rapidly developing coastal towns in the South Pacific of Costa Rica. With the best that Costa Rica real estate has to offer, beachfront properties, ocean view properties and commercial properties are proving to be popular investments in the South Pacific.