What advice to expats in Tamarindo have about housing?
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"When looking for housing in Tamarindo, it is important to research the area thoroughly and be aware of the local laws and regulations. It is also important to be aware of the cost of living in the area, as it can be quite expensive. Additionally, it is important to be aware of the safety of the area, as crime can be an issue in some areas. It is also important to be aware of the availability of amenities such as grocery stores, restaurants, and other services. Finally, it is important to be aware of the local culture and customs, as this can help to make the transition to living in Tamarindo smoother," remarked another expat in Tamarindo, Costa Rica.
"It is easy to buy and hard to sell. We bought an ocean view condo in Tamarindo in 2011 and lived in it full time 2013-2018. It then took us over 2 years to sell it. Before buying, we visited Tamarindo a few times at different times of the year, We did enjoy our condo and the amenities offered in Tamarindo, although peak tourist times can get quite busy and crowded. Renting first is a good idea," said a member in Tamarindo, Costa Rica.
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