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What House Can You Buy in Costa Rica for US$125,000

What House Can You Buy in Costa Rica for US$125,000

In this video we head out to the town of Sarchi which is about 30-45 minutes from the International Airport of San Jose and we meet with Brooke Bishop who will show as property she recently sold for US$125,000.
It is possible to find affordable housing in Costa Rica if you search in the right places. The Central Valley offers great variety yet close enough to San Jose in case you need to be close to the city.
If you need assistance in located affordable property in Grecia, San Ramon. Naranjo or Sarchi in the Central Valley you can reach out to Brooke Bishop who lives in the area: brooke@godutchrealty.com

Be sure to pick up a copy of our Free Real Estate Buying Guide here https://costaricalaw.com/crbooks/

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26 Comments

  1. You can buy an average house, this is not Philipines or Sri Lanka where you can have all that you wish for coins, Costa Ricans have money as in the US, and they do consider the USA a cheap country for many states such as Florida. Their purchase power is also high so the cost of living is way too different than the other countries of the region also the quality of life is way higher than other countries in the region.

  2. Love the video , very accurate with the numbers on property tax , utility bill etc , like she said , once you get the house or owned a house maintenance and bill are very affordable . I paid about the in Perez Zeledon area . South Pacific area .

  3. Love all the wood! Looks to be a nicely and solidly constructed home! Block construction is the way to go. With the cost of materials today a resale home of this type is a much better deal. Of course there are lots of folks that have to have the design they want…. and they pay the price. Sarchi is the place to go for the best wood furniture and cabinets! Furnished our entire home with custom designed furniture from Sarchi… worth the time and travel!
    Thanks for posting!

  4. I can attest to the craftsmanship and quality of the carpentry in Sarchi. Some of the best I have seen anywhere in the world. I live in Guanacaste, and often drive the long distance to Sarchi, just to purchase wood craftsmanship.

  5. Looking forward to visit again Costa Rica . I need a recent info about getting permanent residency in Costa Rica as a retired american. Any recommendations ? Pura Vida

  6. IF YOUR LOOKING FOR VALUE FOR MONEY, PANAMA IS MUCH BETTER THAN COSTA RICA. THAT SAID U.S.$125,000.00. WILL BUY YOU A LOT MORE THAN JUST A SUBURBAN HOUSE. THE BANCO POPULAR HAS HUNDREDS OF PROPERTIES FOR SALE THEY OBTAINED FROM PEOPLE WHO COULD NOT PAY THERE PERSONAL LOANS OR MORTGAGES, AT A VERY GOOD PRICE. JUST LOOK THEM UP.

  7. Thanks, Roger! Always nice to get some perspective from the Central Valley region. Curious, though, as to the number of square feet, number of bedrooms and baths, etc. is there off-street parking (garage?) at this price range. Hmm, street signs…is this an expat neighborhood?

  8. You can buy a beautiful condo 1 bed in the best hot spot of the capital city for that price. Or a 2 bed house 100m2 in Santa Ana or Curridabat. That if you want to live in the central city downtown.

    Or you can buy too in Jaco and center Pacific Beaches a 2 bed condo great to use it as an Airbnb

  9. Nice house – neighborhood seems noisy as hell. Also, thank you for saying exactly what internet speed one gets for a given price. Not just “high speed”

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