Nothing says it better than our own name… We ARE Costa Rica. When it comes to property sales we are spearheading the market with our power to negotiate and innovative ways. We believe in truly being your partner and above all things have a firm commitment to only have your interests on the forefront, not ours. This is about you… we make it personal and take your objectives to heart.
At WERCR we like what’s unique, what’s off-the-beaten path. Personally, I love the special finds that are fixer-uppers with a lot of character or the ultra-posh and intricately designed – whatever your taste-buds are craving for… check us out and see what we got…if you cant locate it…hit us up and we will certainly find it.
Costa Rica’s higher-end property market continues to grow rapidly as foreign home buyers flock in. The Central Valley has a temperate climate great for year-round living with little to no need for air conditioning, and offers easy access to San Jose, the country’s capital and the Juan Santa Maria International Airport. San Jose is experiencing a downtown revamp, building parks; improving water and drainage systems; and improving traffic management. In addition, the construction of the US$1.3 million “Chinatown” project, covering 8,300 sq. m., was completed in 2012. Just a half-hour away from the capital are the mountains of Heredia to the north, Alajuela to the northwest and Cartago to the east with a commercial hot spot free zone and small-town charm. The warm climate on the hills of Escazú, west of San José, is another favorite with North American expatriates, although location comes with a price. The Coyol not only offers new residential projects, but is another hot spot for commercial growth and large corporations with the zona franca. Guácima is booming with developments, country clubs and day cares, perfect for the suburb lifestyle, just outside the big city. Ciudad Colon, Turrúcares and Atenas are within a short drive to the city offering more space and views for affordable prices and are growing in popularity, especially considering they are on the way to the beautiful beaches of the Central Pacific Coast.
The Central Valley has the highest number of developments underway, especially in places such as San José, Alajuela and Heredia, according to The Association of Engineers and Architects and the National Statistics Institute. In fact the pre-crisis construction boom has made houses more affordable. Buyers can have a decent house for as low as US$50,000 up to US$250,000 in Tico neighborhoods. Low-end condominiums sell at a minimum amount of US$150,000 in Ezcazú and Santa Ana. Costa Rica is booming! What are you waiting for?