Costa Rica is on a roll - for the second consecutive year the country has been said to be the Happiest Place On the Planet as elected by the NEF (New Economics Foundation). This modest yet, surprisingly distinctive and developing nation combines a high quality of life, awareness on eco longevity, education and medicare to set it far above all other competitors in this fresh index ranking for standard of life.
Throughout the late 1990s Costa Rica Real Estate would receive a great promotion when MSNBC would value the market as one of the hottest in the world. This would essentially create a wave of attention to the industry that would continue for a couple of years afterwards until the economic crisis would hit. With such a short length of the effects of the crisis, Costa Rica has since recovered and is well on it's path to their once thriving Costa Rica real estate segment.
Real estate for sale in Costa Rica is the single most leader in commercial consulting, leases and sales with market leading product catalogues in residential sectors also.
Yearly when the review is circulated, the NEF evaluates the ecological impact, health-care, education and the wellness of the country's public. As a headliner in the "green friendly" market, Costa Rica shines from government all the way down. Costa Rican's have been attributed with being some of the most eco-conscious people in the world. As a strong nation, Costa Rica sets the bar high for additional Central American regions since it has a long standing peaceful prominence and an admirable social network which help make Costa Rica get noticed all through Latin America.
First indicators are showing us an expanding commercial boom may perhaps be upon us with an outstanding increase in development of mega malls and shopping centers throughout all segments of the Central Valley. Reinforcing this opinion of an increase in commercial segments are the expansion of the fifth stage of Multiplaza Escazu also Avenida Escazu - two prominent commercial mega projects in the San Jose area. While at the present time the Multiplaza Escazu reins as the biggest shopping mall in the nation, in 2014 we will see yet another under the name of City Mall that is slated to be much larger and done at the same time as compared to in phases.
Going forward it would seem that all around the entire Costa Rica real estate market, we are seeing new markets emerging and old ones becoming rejuvenated moving ahead to 2013.
Never being one to follow along, Costa Rica disbanded it's army in the late 40s to reroute the funds in to a model healthcare system and advanced educational field. Costa Rica is enjoying it's position as the global leader in eco-tourism and vacationers visit here in the millions every year looking to experience the well-known "pura vida" lifestyle Costa Rica is notorious for. With stunning natural beauty, surrounded by two oceans, friendly people, longest longevity globally and the most stable democracy in the zone, Costa Rica stands apart.
This astounding commercial development is at this point started in Alajuela and after finalization it will have beyond 185,000 square metres of construction and 280 store spots. In a fantastic turn, the City Mall would ultimately sell out at full-capacity due to the remarkable marketing of the creator to well-known international producers. Costa Ricans are enthusiastic about the ten movie theaters City Mall will feature - that will offer the latest in movie theater tech most notably 4D.
With the Central Valley exploding in sales which inevitably has contractors on their toes to try and keep up with demand, the same can probably be said for Guanacaste where they're finding somewhat of a rise in interest mostly from an emerging medical tourism market that's been great for local businesses throughout the area. With a top-notch medicare system, Costa Rica medical tourism has been escalating annually with developers building to meet the needs of this segment.