Affordable Costa Rica real estate, sustainable developments, golf, retirement, healthcare
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Palmar Norte, PU

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We didn't create paradise, we make it accessible.

You deserve to retire in style!


Mary Halverson Duane Halverson Costa Rica, Panama and Belize is rapidly becoming a great choice for retirement and second home ownershp. All of these countries have a large number number of ex-pats living there and whether you are from Canada, the United States or somewhere in Europe, you can be assured that there is a neighborhood where you will feel welcome. 

Benefits of living in Costa Rica, Belize or Panama is that you will have a much lower cost, BUT higher standard of living. For example, for approximately $2,000/month, you will be able to enjoy all of the amenities of home AND have someone to help you with the house cleaning, dishes, lawncare or a driver. Think about it...stop fretting over your house. Hire someone else to do it for you while at the same time supporting a local community.

Central America has rain forests, beaches, waterfalls, and islands and is even home to the Panama Canal. If you have ever considered living in paradise now is the time to make that a reality. Paradise Brokers is here to help you explore these options and work with you every step of the way. Through consultation, our professional staff will help you find the right property, for the right price. No hard sales pitch, just excellent customer service. Contact us today to get more information about any of these wonderful locations.


Affordable Healthcare!


CIMA Costa Rica hospital healthcareAre you nervous you haven't saved enough for good healthcare? Do you understand how Obamacare (for those from the USA) will affect your care? Did you know that healthcare in Costa Rica cost about 70% less than the same proceedures in the United States? 

Take control of your health. Consider owning in Costa Rica for a chance to have affordable healthcare.


Costa Rica


Costa Rica real estate homeCosta Rica has one of the highest standards of living in Latin America  and the purchasing power is greater in Costa Rica than in the United States or Canada. Costa Rica’s capital city is San Jose (pop. 3.1 million) and is one of the least expensive cost of living cities in the world. By comparison, it cost 14% more to live in Panama City than San Jose.  

Costa Rica lies just hours from a number of mainland US cities by air, just a short 2 ½ hours from Miami. Costa Rica has been a snowbird migration destination for decades. Costa Rica is full of nature experiences. Beaches, eco-tourism, whitewater rafting are just some of the activities a expat can enjoy in this wonderful country.

Whatever the reasons are for retiring in Costa Rica, the tourist must consider some social implications of their move. Culture shock is almost certain. Lack of efficiency and of punctuality is the two main complaints about Costa Rican lifestyle.