Welcome to the Costa Rica February 2022 Q&A roundup! Given it’s the last #CostaRicaChat of the month, it’s time for another live session in which #CostaRicaMatt will go over questions submitted by viewers over the past month.
We’ll be live on February 23, 2022 at 7PM Costa Rica time or 8PM EST. Please join and post any questions you’d like Matt to cover, whether it’s about Costa Rica real estate, moving to Costa Rica or property for sale here.
Here’s what we covered:
2:33 – Costa Rica February 2022 News Updates – “F” is for “February”
3:14 – Freedom – Costa Rica QR code update
5:12 – Figueres – Costa Rica’s 2022 General Election
10:28 – Flowers – Dry Season Bloom in Guanacaste
12:11 – Fires – Dry Season Fires in Guanacaste
18:04 – What have Costa Rica’s political candidates said about the foreigner tax incentive law?
21:14 – What does a $500/month Costa Rica insurance policy get you?
24:12 – What’s going on with Costa Rica’s herbicide and pesticide use?
28:16 – Are there any updates regarding the Costa Rica law for investor status residency?
30:11 – Can you buy cashew trees and how long will they take to grow?
33:43 – What are the items you should take to the beach in Costa Rica?
36:32 – What does it cost to build a home in Costa Rica?
39:08 – Costa Rica taxes for expats (live viewer question) – closing costs, annual property and luxury taxes
45:10 – Costa Rica car rental situation (live viewer question)
49:08 – Buying stuff online in Costa Rica (Amazon etc.)
51:41 – Will the health pass still be needed?
53:07 – How are schooling options in the Tamarindo area?
55:45 – Is passion fruit environmentally friendly?
As always, we are compiling questions from our live chats and other videos throughout the month, so even if you aren’t able to make it to the live broadcast, post a question in the comments and during the last chat of the month we’ll be doing our Q&A roundup.
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