Central America and the Caribbean are tropical paradises
that draw millions annually to enjoy the warm weather, plethora
of things to do, and relatively stable political environments.
The Spanish heritage is infused within each country, but each
also retains its own sense of identity. Central America and
the Caribbean have been experiencing, for the most part, growth
in multiple sectors. Some of these sectors include education,
construction, tourism, and real estate, to speak of a few.
The Central American isthmus has a very unique geography that
places its inhabitants between two oceans within a narrow
strip of land. This makes possible countless outdoor activities,
and gives the area a certain tropical climate conducive to
Often when people refer to Central America and the Caribbean,
they completely separate the two. In reality, many Central
American countries contain separate and distinct cultures
within their borders; one on the Pacific side, and the other
on the Caribbean side of the country.
Economic gain from real estate in Central America and the
Caribbean has increased, overall, throughout the last several
years. This increase can be attributed to the opening of these
various countries to outside investment, in terms of real
estate, and trade. CAFTA also opened countries to free trade
with the economic giants of the world including the United
States, Europe, Canada, Asia, and elsewhere. In particular
Costa Rica and Panama have shown strong recent gains in the
real estate sector.
Costa Rica and Panama both contain distinct Pacific and Caribbean
cultures within the countries. Though the majority of Costa
Ricans live in the city of San Jose – in the country’s
central valley – there are thriving cities on the Caribbean
side of the country. A couple examples of these types of cities
would include Puerto Viejo, Cahuita, and Puerto Limon. A very
strong afro-Caribbean presence dominates Puerto Limon and
alike, offering tourist and potential investors a different
view of Costa Rica.
Property within the Pacific regions also offers potential
investors many options to make money, or live peacefully,
happily, and affordably. One example would be Boca Brava,
located in Chiriqui, Panama. Boca property includes beachfront
property that makes most investors mouths water. There is
Boca property available in the form of vacant lots, ready
to be developed.
Boca Chica is another nice area available to potential investors.
An increase in retirement by the current US demographic has
fuelled investment in this type of areas within Panama. Boca
property can range in prices, which some are negotiable where
Central America and the Caribbean, as well as the Pacific
are areas of the world that investors have been selecting
as of reason years. Whether is Boca property within Panama,
or property found within the Limon province of Costa Rica,
investment is up and is predicted to increase as the years
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