PACIFIC LAND SALES - COSTA RICA LATEST NEWS

First phase of Caldera Highway
The First phase of the Caldera Highway is set to be inaugerated next week. The highway will connect San Jose to the Pacific Port after some 30 years in the making. It will fittingly be called "The New Road" and will connect San Jose to the Port of Caldera. (more details)

Why Costa Rica Real Estate is Hot at the Moment
Anyone considering the purchase of a second home in a global destination should consider the purchase of property in a country like Costa Rica. The current real estate prices in the county are currently low but the fundamentals, market forces and the available statistics show a potential increase in prices in the very near future. (more details)

Hilton Hotels Corporation Signs First Hilton(R) and Doubletree(R) Management Agreements in Costa Rica
Hilton Family of Brands Expands in Central America with First-Ever. Hilton and Doubletree in the Country (more details)

Resort in Costa Rica Goes for the Big Green
Growing up in Hawaii, AOL co-founder Steve Case cringed as manicured cookie-cutter hotels took over the islands, wiping out precious natural spaces and crowding out local culture. Now Case is proposing his own development in paradise: an $800 million, 650-acre luxury resort in Costa Rica. (more details)

China talks up Costa Rica tourism
Chinese tourists are being encouraged by their own government to visit the Central American nation of Costa Rica. (more details)


Costa Rica Land Investment - You Could Make Double Digit Annual Profits
By Sacha Tarkovsky



Real Estate Property Investment Series: Focus Costa Rica 2007
Costa Rica has had an active and prosperous property market for at least the last ten years with median market price movements across the country at least trebling in that time, but as recent history has shown us, the appeal of Costa Rica is rising and up to quadruple gains have been achieved in the most actively marketed and targeted real estate investment hotspots such as Guanacaste in the past three years alone. (more details)