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September 27, 2018 No Comments

Costa Rica’s Union Strike: 2018

Posted by Constance Monroe in Informational

How has the strike affected you? Summerland Relocation Services (SRS) has received various information and we have heard a number of stories throughout the Southern Zone regarding the Union strikes which began on September 10th, 2018. This article was written as an informative piece and to encourage others to share what they might know. The […]

July 6, 2018 No Comments

What Are Your Measurements in Costa Rica?

Posted by Constance Monroe in Informational

If you have spent any time traveling anywhere in the world, you will notice that things like mileage, temperature, weighing produce, electricity or land measurement might be quite different from what you are used to. Obviously the same goes for traveling or living in Costa Rica. Because Costa Rica is so close in proximity to […]

March 26, 2018 No Comments

Corporation Registration; New Rules and Deadlines

Posted by Constance Monroe in Uncategorized

Registering Your Corporation: Important information about ownership in Costa Rica and holding onto your assets.  The Dirección General de Tributación (DGT) is an Office of the Treasurey otherwise known as the “Ministerio de Hacienda” and it is where you register your corporation. Many ex-pats buy their land and property under the name of a corporation that […]

March 8, 2018 No Comments

SRS in the News …

Posted by Constance Monroe in Entertainment, Informational

Summerland Relocation Services (SRS) was recently interviewed by The Costa Rica Star in their February 20th article regarding the infamous Bender Estate, “Boracayan”, in the Southern Zone of Costa Rica. The story of the estate won international acclaim when John Felix Bender, the husband of the estate, was found dead with a bullet in his head […]

October 30, 2017 2 Comments

Recovering From Tropical Storm Nate by Constance Monroe

Posted by Constance Monroe in Informational

Many things have gone back to normal since Tropical Storm Nate caused so much destruction on October 7th. Traffic is flowing although there are a quite a few alternate routes due to road closings; flights are back up and running; power and water have been restored and some people who were placed into shelters have […]

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