Situated on the countryside, along the foothills and lush forests, the city of San Isidro de Heredia is a lovely neighbourhood that became a famous destination for travelers. This region dates back to the Pre-Columbian era, which was characterized by the indigenous Huetar people. This is the reason why San Isidro is a unique place renowned for its artifacts and historical discoveries. Nowadays, this is an enjoyable place which provides a high quality of life in a quiet environment.
|Type de surface (env.~):||435 m2|
|Prix min (env.~):||$575 000|
|Prix moyen (env.~):||$712 500|
|Prix max (env.~):||$850 000|
Investing in Costa Rica is the best to make your money grow as the real-restate market is in full expansion. Setting up in Costa Rica, it is enjoying the Occidental comfort at attractive prices.
In the past few years, Costa Rica has attracted many foreign investors due to its social and political stability and its tourism sector which is considerably extending. Buying a property in Heredia is an affordable solution and it is the right time to try as the housing sector has an annual estimation of 20%. Either it is for private or commercial use, you will undoubtedly derive profits.
There is no legal restriction to buy a property in Costa Rica, even if you are a non-resident, who have the same rights than the native people in terms of property. Before purchasing, there is one fundamental element to consider: The most comprehensive form of property ownership in Costa Rica is fee ownership. Fortunately for foreigners, the conditions for this type of ownership are the same for Costa Rican nationals as they are for foreigners. The concept of fee simple ownership is the same in Costa Rica as in the US. Basically, fee simple ownership gives the owner of the property the absolute right to materially own the property.
Before any purchase, it is recommended to examine the different legal documents such as the owner of the property, the plans... You will find all the useful information on the website registronacional.go.cr.
It is also encouraged to contact a professional of the real-estate market in the area to know the different steps of the buying process.
Some experts advise to buy a good through the creation of a limited liability company, which will increase the application fees.
Thanks to its tempered climate all year long, temperatures are in average between 18 and 25 degrees. The months from August to October correspond to the rainy season. The Pacific Ocean is restless, which provides excellent surfing conditions. However, some roads are impracticable due to the waterways to cross.
From June to November, it is the rainy season, which is called "temporada verde". However, it does not mean rain for 24hours a day. The abundant rains only last for one to two hours during the afternoon. It is possible to enjoy sunny mornings. Roads can be muddy and there are less visitors. Therefore, you will enjoy less crowded places, in a more peaceful atmosphere at attractive prices.
From December to April, it is the dry season. It is the best moment of the year to travel to Costa Rica but it is also the most touristic period. Prices increase and most of hotels are full. But you will enjoy very good weather conditions. This is the best moment to sunbath and benefit from dream beaches.
The Neo-Gothic Coronado Church is one of the most prestigious religious monument in Costa Rica. Dedicated to Saint Isidore the Labourer, this church was built in 1935 on the site of a 1880 chapel that had been destroyed by an earthquake. The Coronado Church was designed by the architect Teodorico Quiros who also created other Costa Rican churches. The monument is famous for its giant metal framework, its enormous stained-glass windows, cross-vaults covering the entire ceiling as well as columns inspired by coffee branches.
This is one of the wilder national parks in Costa Rica and much of the rugged terrain has been protected from development and exploitation by its inaccessibility. However, it is relatively accessible by foot. This tropical rainforest boasts an unbelievable array of flora and fauna, accompanied by towering waterfalls and mountainous vegetation. This national park hosts the highest peak of Costa Rica, Cerro Chirripó Grande and provides miles of trails that wind through one of the most ecological zones. On a clear day, it is possible to admire the spectacular view of both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean sea at the same time.
Cerro de la Muerte is famous for being the highest point of the Interamerican Highway in Costa Rica. At an altitude of over 3,000m, Mountain of Death is considered as an astounding part of the world's longest motorable road. This pass refers to death because many travelers lost their lives trying to climb over the mountain with its dense fogs, heavy torrential rains and steep cliffs. This place offers a breathtaking view of the surrounding areas and valley below.
The province of Heredia is situated in the North of the country and is famous for being the heart of the coffee production of the country.
Heredia is the smallest province of Costa Rica as it only represents 5% of the national territory. The Barva volcano is one of the most important tourist attraction in the province but you will also enjoy the beauty of the province, with its soaring mountains, its verdant rainforests and its rushing rivers. Heredia is considered as the safest place in Costa Rica but surely the best one to live in peace and in harmony with the nature.