Job Relocation is a Major Undertaking
With this in mind we can make the transition as easy as possible with for your with our introductory tours, guidebooks, seminars, insider information and network of contacts with the utmost integrity, all based on almost 30 years helping 1000s people move successfully to Costa Rica. Our monthly time-tested tours and seminars are the first and only logical step to making the move.
We know that moving to a new country and dealing with a new culture and language can be difficult for the average person. We will provide you with absolutely everything you will need to adjust successfully to a new culture. We strive to do our best to facilitate this process. In no time at all we will help you feel perfectly at home in your new surroundings.
An Actual Story About Job Relocation to Costa Rica
Why you Need our Services to Make the Move
On a recent flight from the Houston, Texas to San José Costa Rica I had the pleasure of meeting a very bright young woman who was being transferred to a new branch of her company in Costa Rica. Her name is Brittany and she hails from Austin, Texas. She explained that her company had offices in different locations but they chose Costa Rica for a new branch because of its highly educated work force and lower operating costs. This process is called outsourcing and is growing increasingly more popular as U.S. companies strive to reduce costs and increase their profit margins.
Brittany went on to tell me that her company had found her an apartment near her office and was going to provide her with a car and driver. They even included first-class airline tickets when she had to travel to the U.S. However, despite all of these perks they never gave any type of orientation about Costa Rica.
When I explained to her that I specialized in the relocation business she couldn’t believe it. Our flight lasted three and one half hours and we talked during the whole trip. She probably asked me fifty or sixty question about living here and I tried my best to give her detailed explanations. Some of the subjects we discussed were the weather, entertainment, finding a good doctor, where to meet people, how to learn Spanish, banking, how to receive and send mail, personal safety for a single woman, beaches, cable and satellite TV, dinning, supermarkets and a lot more.
In order to absorb everything she took notes and I jotted down the names of some important contacts for her. I recommended she sign up for the monthly newcomer’s seminar sponsored by the Association of Residents of Costa Rica. It is highly informative and a must for anyone who moves here. Some of the topics included are: real estate, banking, insurance, health care, learning the language, taxes abroad, culture and more.
After hearing what the seminar offered she promised to attend the next one.
When our flight landed in San José she thanked me for all of the valuable information I gave her. She said meeting and talking with me really made her feel more prepared. She paid me one last compliment by saying that anyone moving here to work or retire should take advantages of my services.
The information I gave Brittany is just a small of amount of what people will learn by reading my guidebooks and above all by taking one of my popular relocation/retirement tours. The latter are an ongoing seminar.