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  1. Hi- Thank you for all the helpful info. on your forum. My family and I are considering a relocation from Marblehead, MA to Nosara. We will be traveling to the area in June. I am trying to figure out the best section in the American Project to reside. We have 5 kids. Oldest in college in US. Homeschooling 16 year old and currently researching DelMar and HSBA. Are there certain sections that are more family (safe) friendly? We will have car. Would like to find a home to rent long-term before purchasing our own. My husband is a licensed US contractor and project manager. Are there any development investment opportunities with any groups in the area? Also, having a hard time figuring out what a long-term house rental monthly would cost....3+ bedrooms, walk to beach, security. Any contacts would be helpful. Any areas that we should stay away from? Playa Pelada vs Guiones? Any feedback from other family's that have relocated from the states. Thanks so much.
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