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+1 #7 The Townsends, Rockford, MI 2014-01-15 16:08
Nat,
Here we are again for our 3rd year escaping Michigan winter by residing in your wonderful model home in Costa Rica. We are so happy to be in Santiago Springs. The community is special. It is a rich blessing for us to be reconnecting time and again with your wonderful family and all the members of your church. Likewise, spending time with Bel and Xinia and so many others. God blesses us daily.
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+1 #6 John and Ruth Stoltzfus 2011-05-29 13:59
Thank you so much for your hospitality. We really enjoyed your beautiful home in this beautiful setting. It is so peacefu here and I slept better than any night so far in Costa Rica. God is good.
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+1 #5 Elias and Anna Esh 2011-05-29 13:56
What a blessing this has been for us to be here at your lovely guest house.
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+1 #4 David B. Rehnberg San Isidro PZ and Port Charlotte, FL 2010-09-15 16:39
I have checked out many upscale model homes here in Costa Rica during my 6 years of residence and unequivocally, your model is simply the best. The design, layout and above all, the workmanship seen throughout is amazing.

I have been involved in the mid to high end single family home construction in SW Florida for over 30 years and I will put your model with the best awarding models that I've seen. The open, flowing floor plan and the fantastic site orientation and window and door wall placement gives me the feeling of being in my favorite art gallery. Every room has these valley views to die for.

The outside walk around areas and the great room covered lanai doesn't just allow you to see the natural treasures of the valley, but puts you front and center to really experience the beauty, peace and tranquillity of this tropical paradise.

As a critical, detailed orientated person, I find this new model a joy to behold. In a country that isn't known for it's quality and workmanship in home construction, you have broken the status quo and raised the bar.

Nathanael, you have a sure winner here. Pura Vida.
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+1 #3 Stan 2010-09-06 23:11
Hello Nat, Thanks for answering my last questions. Even though I still wake up some mornings wondering if I'm really going to do this, I think the time has come for me to take the plunge and jump in. You may send me the contract to sign. From the time I first saw the price on lot 25, on your web site, until now, it seems to be such a close fit for what I had in mind that I can hardly believe it. It is also the only one I can really afford. My monthly payment on the property closer to San Isidro would have been almost twice as much. It would have been good for Richard's type of gardening- veg and fruit. Maybe he should look at it! My good friend Gary who is one of the elders at Millersburg church gave me the whole Sunday school hour yesterday to share my trip and experience with the class. A few suggested I might take a bit more time to look around. But I'm satisfied. I feel I've done my homework. The whole chain of events leading me to this point also seems so unlikely that I can't help but feel it was God's leading and that this is what I'm supposed to be doing now. I never expected to find a property so soon, so easily and with such a good fit, compared to everything else I/ve looked at or heard about. I don't know what more I could ask for. It ocurred to me that maybe He feels I need to get started planting palm trees very soon. I've been saying that at my age I don't feel I have the luxury of spending a lot of time looking for a place. And if I would rent for two years to look around, I might have spent twice the down payment with nothing to show for it. If I live as long as my mother's 92 years then I'll enjoy Costa Rica for many years. My father died of Hodgkin's disease at 72. We never know, do we? My mother said that like me, he never took the same road home that he went out on; I think I know where my curiosity and zest for learning came from even though my constant whys as a child frustrated him sometimes. Speaking of which, is the first monthly payment due with the down payment or a month later? I have planted over 75 varieties of seeds in the past week. I'm hoping for lots of sales this summer. Thank you for all the time you've spent with me and for giving me all the time I've needed to come to this decision. I really appreciate it. It's been good getting to know you, your family and community and southern Costa Rica in the weeks I was down there. Such a good, satisfying experience. Sincerely, Stan
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+1 #2 Bart Clark Grandview, Texas 2010-09-06 23:11
As a US citizen I have purchased 'international' property in the past. It has generally been confusing at best and a confusing mistake at worst. However, my experiences With [Nat and Leland] have been completely, refreshingly different. They have striven to create a process of educating the potential buyer as the process of finding and purchasing property unfolds. Costa Rican real estate law is significantly different than the laws in the USA (and in many cases, most, really, better for investors such as myself). What has made the process a positive experience is [Nat and Leland's] integrity. This integrity was evident throughout the process, every step of the way, by a consistent supply of information regarding the selection and purchase of the property. Even after the sale, when many companies are difficult to contact, [Nat and Leland] promptly addressed any additional concerns I have had regarding my property (such as tax questions and Costa Rican occupancy laws, etc.). Not only would I recommend this company to friends interested in owning Costa Rican property....I have....and three of my neighbors here in Texas are also now my neighboring property owners in Costa Rica!
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0 #1 Manuel Olivares 2010-09-06 23:10
hola los felicito por este gran trabajo
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