Popular HGTV Show returns to Costa Rica with Blue Water Properties

House Hunters International has again set its sights on Costa Rica. This time, the popular HGTV show elected to focus on the beaches of northwest Guanacaste including Playa Conchal, Pirate’s Bay (Bahia de los Piratas), Playa Grande and Flamingo. Recently Costa Rica has gained popularity as a travel and real estate investment destination, being featured on many shows on HGTV and the Travel Channel in the USA, Canada and beyond.

Filming for House Hunters recently wrapped up and took place from January 4th – 8th with New York based film crew with Leopard Films Inc.

House Hunters International takes viewers on a tour of international real estate shopping with buyers and their real estate agent. Rebecca Clower, Owner/Broker of Blue Water Properties of Costa Rica, takes clients Sarah Starkey and Steve Low on a wild tour that will take them through several beach areas to see homes, villas, condos and even an ocean view lot! Ultimately Sarah and Steve have to decide if their budget of $300,000 will get them everything they want. And if not, would building be a realistic option in this foreign country? This show has the twist of a possible building scenario which is rare in most of the House Hunters episodes. Among the properties shown are a great home in Villareal (Tamarindo), a Villa in Playa Grande and an ocean view condo in Pirate’s Bay. What will Sarah and Steve decide to do—buy an existing home/condo or build? Be sure to tune in this Spring to find out!