Juan Carlos Quiros is a successful and well known real estate broker based in Playa Jacó, Costa Rica. Juan Carlos lived most of his life in Jacó but also spent 10 years living in Montréal, Canada where he met his wife. He speaks fluent Spanish, English and French ! Juan Carlos has been a realtor for over 10 years and throughout his journey, he has worked for several renowned companies such as Coldwell Banker and Remax Jacó Beach. His passion for real estate and his ability to negociate has made him one of the top brokers in Costa Rica. As a local, Juan Carlos offers something unique and has endless connections to help you find exactly what you are looking for. Whether your dream project is Commercial or Residencial, he's got it ! From the mountains to oceanfront. He knows every little corner of his beautiful Pura Vida country! He has sold over 100 properties in the Central Pacific area of Costa Rica. Professionalism and respect are key factors for Juan Carlos when working for his clients. He dedicates his time 24/7 to ensure his client's satisfaction and to make their Costa Rican dream come true. His goal is to make sure your investment is the right one for you ! In addition to real estate, Juan Carlos is recognized for his career as a former soccer player. When not showing properties or searching for gem properties and breathtaking views, Juan Carlos enjoys spending time with his wife and dog, fine dining and obviously playing soccer ! Stop putting your Costa Rican dream on hold and contact Juan Carlos Quiros today. The only realtor you will ever need !
Costa rica is brimming with biodiversity, stunning cloud forests, untouched beaches along the Caribbean and Pacific coasts, active volcanoes and breathtaking river valleys
People from all over the world are choosing to move to the breathtakingly beautiful country of Costa Rica, making it their new home. In fact, every year, about 2.5 million tourists and visitors touch down in the nation ranked #1 on the World Happiness Index, and about 50,000 North American expats and retirees now live there permanently.
The government makes it easy for foreigners to do business in Costa Rica, in part because they want more jobs created for Ticos. You don’t even have to be a resident of the country – you can start a business on a tourist visa. A standard 90-day tourist visa allows you to buy an existing business, like a hotel or B&B, or to build your own.
U.S. citizens do not need a visa to enter Costa Rica, only a valid U.S. passport (make sure it is still good for at least six months after your trip) and proof of a plane ticket to exit the country. Residents of the U.S., Canada, Australia, France, England, Ireland, New Zealand, Brazil, Mexico, and many other countries do not need a visa, and can enter and stay for 90 days as a tourist.
Costa Rica has a modern and highly rated healthcare system, even more highly ranked than the United States. Costa Rican citizens enjoy universal health care insurance and have a life expectancy of 77 years, one of the highest in the world.
The amazing thing about buying real estate in Costa Rica is that foreigners and locals have the same rights and follow the same laws as Ticos. In fact, property ownership is protected by the Costa Rican constitution. You don’t even need to live in Costa Rica to buy property or own land – you can buy and own outright with a tourist visa.