Living Costa Rica

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Costa Rica Real Estate Attorney Closing Fees

The Attorney Closing Fees are usually split 50/50 between buyer and seller unless negotiated differently. The Real Estate Agent should ensure that the real estate commission agreement is specified within the Buy-Sell Agreement signed by the Buyer and the Seller. Nonetheless, the agent should also include provisions which contemplate a commission split in the event…

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Daniel’s corner mixed bag of important West Side information

Looking to live on the west side of San José? Then check out Daniel’s corner mixed bag of important West Side information. Find important West side information open-air fresh fruit, fresh flowers, and vegetable markets. Many of our newcomers don´t know that the Costarican farmer’s markets are quite famous for their fresh fruits and vegetables. You…

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Yoga in Escazu by Janine Fafard

Janine’s TURYA Yoga in Escazu offers workshops and yogic journeys are accessible to all people and easily adapted to special groups, organizations, and conventions. Different classes, workshops, and journeys by Janine Fafard. These workshops are offered in different formats, from a 2-hour session to a full day retreat. The yogic journeys through Costa Rica range…

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Peninsula Papagayo Golf and luxury lifestyle close to Liberia airport

Play Peninsula Papagayo golf and enjoy a luxury lifestyle near the beach. Did you know you can acquire a luxury lifestyle near the Guanacaste International airport? Play golf in Costa Rica on 10 different courses and travel the country the easy way. Today, you should be playing at the Four Seasons in the Peninsula Papagayo golf…

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Central Pacific Coast more accessible after opening of highway 27

In January of 2010, the new Caldera highway linking San Jose to the Central Pacific Coast was officially opened. This totally changes the outlook for real estate on the Central Pacific coast. This is highway 27. The new highway makes the drive from Jaco to Escazu, just about one hour. This journey previously took almost 2…

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