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Costa Rican Development Corporation Enjoys Investors’ Elevated Interest in Cerro Fresco Community During Period of Weak US Economy

Submitted by on September 16, 2008 – 4:04 amNo Comment | 2,466 views

Even though real estate investment markets in the United States have recently experienced a definite slow down, Costa Rican Development Corporation is welcoming the heightened interest of foreign investors in the newly developed Cerro Fresco community.

During this current period of weak economy and sluggish real esta

Weak US Economy

Weak US Economy

te markets in the United States, foreign investors are turning to Costa Rica to find real estate investment deals, such as those offered by the Costa Rican Development Corporation (CRDC). The Costa Rica real estate market is currently one of the most popular and fastest-growing markets for retirement and vacation residences, attracting investors from all over the world.

The Costa Rican Development Corporation’s luxury gated community, Cerro Fresco, is one of the real estate investment opportunities attracting foreign investors to this tropical country. The Cerro Fresco development caters to the high-end investor, offering elegant Balinese bungalow villas filled with first class extras. Bob Garcia, Cerro Fresco’s Internet Marketing Consultant, said, “In a time when the big international real estate markets are proving to be a detriment to investors, CerroFresco.com, backed by the Costa Rican Development Corporation, is offering a haven for investors seeking serious investing potential and profit.”

With its 802 miles of coastline, abundant wildlife, waterfalls, rainforests, and plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy, Costa Rica has become a desired tourist destination, with nearly two million foreign travelers visiting the country in 2007. The appeal of Costa Rica extends into the area of lucrative investment opportunities, and the Costa Rica real estate market is experiencing a boom, both in terms of retirees purchasing retirement residences and eager investors buying residences with the intent of making a profit.

Located in Jaco´, the fastest growing area of Central Pacific Costa Rica, The Costa Rican Development Corporation’s Cerro Fresco (www.cerrofresco.com/) is experiencing an increased interest in its exquisitely designed villas. The stylish residences are constructed using native Costa Rica woods and the most up-to-date appliances and amenities. Cerro Fresco is situated 1,500 above sea level, giving residents beautiful unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean, waterfalls, rainforests and tropical gardens.

Placing an emphasis on client satisfaction, Cerro Fresco promises “an alluring quality of life experience.” Cerro Fresco’s Web site guides the viewer through photographs of one of their Balinese bungalow villas as well as the restaurant and spa located on the premises.

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