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You might do well to try going into the local super mercados or pulperias –or one of those little hole-in-the-wall bill payment places– in the neighborhood(s) or areas that you are interested in.  There is usually a bulletin board with 3 by 5, cards  etc. with hand-written announcements posted somewhere in those stores/offices and on those BBs there will be ads for rental places.  That's one way that ticos look for rentals.

Also word-of-mouth . . .  Ask the waitress at the soda or restaurant you patronize.  Someone will often know who's got something for rent, maybe a relative of the person you ask.

And you can also just walk around in neighborhood that interest you and look for signs in windows that say 'Se Alquila'.  That often works out well, too.


Paul M.


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