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Costa Rica has for years been denounced as a bad place to invest or visit. This is just not true. It's my favorite country in the region and the people are nice and realistic. They know tourism and have been at it for years so the quality of the service in Costa Rica is much higher than in the other countries of Central America.
Costa Rica is exceedingly beautiful with a variety of climatic conditions, and it is still possible to find good real estate prices in Costa Rica, especially compared to the prices in Europe and Canada. If you have your heart set on Costa Rica, then move to Costa Rica. The weather is great; the beaches lovely. A paradise offering springtime weather all year round, low cost of living and first world class services. A friendly place where wealth and social justice were walking together harmoniously and violent crime was known as a reference to our overcrowded and polluted cities.
Faced with the spiraling cost of living, oppressive taxes and a slew of government regulations in the U.S., people of all ages includingbaby boomers and entrepreneurs, are searching for an affordable place to reside outside of the United States without sacrificing their current lifestyles. Costa Rica may be the place they are seeking.  Costa Rica seems too good to be true. The country never experienced  the ravages and exploitation visited upon other countries in Latin America  by the Spanish conquistadors. Instead the country was originally settled by colonists who were forced to supply the labor themselves. Thus, a sort of egilatarian society developed with everyone doing their share of the work, and few becoming very rich or very poor. As a result, today Costa Rica has the largest percentage of middle class  and the most equitable distribution of wealth in Latin America.
The Republic Of Costa Rica
Costa Rica is a country in Central America, bordered by Nicaragua to the north, Panama to the east and south, the Pacific Ocean to the west and south and the Caribbean Sea to the east. Among Latin American countries, Costa Rica ranks 4th in terms of the 2007 Human Development Index. The country is ranked 5th in the world, and 1st among the Americas, in terms of the 2008 Environmental Performance Index. In 2007 the government of Costa Rica stated that they want Costa Rica to be the first country to become carbon neutral by 2021.
The GDP of Costa Rica is largely composed of revenue generated within the tourism sector and one source from renowned travel agency Costa Rica Vacations (CRV), stated that through 2013 they have witnessed a steady growth in tourism numbers. A sentiment echoed by ICT - the country's tourism authority/board.
Another trending sector of the Costa Rica economy is real estate. Once called the hottest real estate market on the planet, Costa Rica has really developed a name for itself when it comes to offshore real estate investment opportunities. As a result of this increase in attention, more and more viable and sustainable development projects have begun to sprout up around the country.
As the #1 country when talking about sustainability, Costa Rica provides a model many countries admire to and the leaders of this tiny Latin American nation have no qualms about standing up and challenging other countries to do the same. Proof in point with Costa Rica's first carbon credit bank opening in 2013.
2014 is being projected as a record year for Costa Rica real estate and if tourism numbers continue their upward trend, this can only bode positive for this emerging and formidable nation throughout its counterparts in Central America.
Location of Costa Rica
Flag of Costa Rica
Official Name: República de Costa Rica
Area:  51,100 km2  (19,730 sq mi)
Population: 4,500,000
Geographic coordinates: 10 00 N, 84 00 W
Currency: Costa Rica Colon
Form of Goverment: Constitutional democracy
GDP - per capita (PPP): $10,357 (2008 est.)
Provinces: Seven provinces, divided in 81 cantons
Language: Spanish (official) and Mekatelyu (recognised regional language)
Freedom House Costa Rica Rating: 1.5
Political Rights Score: 1
Civil Liberties Score: 1
Status: Free
Freedom House ranks nations on a scale from 1 to 7 [ 1 being the most free, 7 the least free.] 
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Live In Costa Rica
Pristine beaches, a cultured capital city, almost every climatic zone one could ask for, from tropical beaches to mountain ranches with refreshingly cool mountain breezes. Costa Rica has it all!
Maps Of Costa Rica Including Maps of Costa Rica's Provinces
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Costa Rica's Provinces
1 - Alajuela Province
2 - Cartago Province
3 - Guanacaste Province
4 - Heredia Province
5 - Limon Province
6 - Puntarenas Province
7 - San Jose Province
Map of Costa Rica (Medium Size ) .jpg Format
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Canton - Subdivision of Provinces in Costa Rica
Canton: A canton is the second-level administrative division of Costa Rica. The country's seven provinces are subdivided into 81 cantons, and these are further subdivided into districts. A unique feature of cantons is that they are the only administrative division in Costa Rica that possesses local government in the form of municipalities. Each municipality has its own mayor and several canton representatives, all of them subject to municipal elections.
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