For the second year in a row, Costa Rica has lead the list revealed by the New Economics Foundation which ranks the worlds happiest places. A couple of the incredible points that make Costa Rica so attractive are family principles, educational focus, eco mindset and a health care system in the top of it’s class.
The research, published each year, are a intercontinental analysis of life expectancy, ecological footprint and each nation’s populations life experience of health and happiness. Ecology and ecological recognition are two items identifiable with Costa Rica. With a former Nobel Peace Prize winning president, Costa Rica sets an example amongst other latino nations in Central America and this gives it’s men and women the confidence in their country which adds clearly to all-around moral.
While not having an army since the 1940s, Costa Rica has in its place taken the surplus in finances and spent it in a top class education system and an amazing medicare system. The nation, labeled the Switzerland of the Americas, has emerge as a planetary leader in eco-tourism and is seen as one of the most well liked travel destinations on the globe. With spectacular natural beauty, surrounded by two oceans, friendly people, longest life expectancy on earth and the most solid democracy in the zone, Costa Rica stands apart.
A little while ago, Costa Rica was widely seen as possessing the hottest real estate on the globe and with that label, Costa Rica would continue to rise until in the end the world financial disaster would impact the region. And even though, the New York Times would write about how the impact of the world crisis would subsequently have minimal consequence on Costa Rica.
There are a few early signs that with a growth in construction around the Central Valley, that a mini-boom may very well be here with regards to the commercial sector of Costa Rica real estate. Avenida and Multiplaza Escazu are both enlarging which demonstrates the idea that commercial Costa Rica real estate is going up. The newest business, ready to open in 2014 is one of the largest malls in the nation, comparable to the combined size of all 5 levels of Multiplaza but being started at the same time is City Mall.
This enormous commercial undertaking is at present started in Alajuela and after completion it’ll have beyond 185,000 sq.mts of construction and 280 merchandising locales. With the help of a 100% sell out, City Mall’s success in that aspect is attributed to some effective marketing by the designer. They enticed such notable international brands as Kenneth Cole, Tommy Hilfiger, Gap and more. 10 theaters offering the latest in innovation including 4D, will be provided in the design.
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With the Central Valley exploding in sales which inevitably has constructors running around to try and keep with demand, the same goes for Guanacaste where they’re seeing somewhat of a rise in attention because of an expanding medical tourism market that has done well for localized businesses through out the province. To be able to satisfy interest, developers in Guanacaste are developing developments to support this valuable segment of health tourists researching very affordable medical procedures.
With the forecast looking good, Costa Rica real estate is set and ready for what 2013 is likely to bring.