Melissa Lacayo shares insights about her work at LX Costa Rica and the value of culture in luxury real estate.

“Cultural differences create more personal connections by knowing each person’s needs, preferences, and personalities.” -Melissa Lacayo-Luxury Real Estate Specialist, Costa Rica

Luxury Real Estate Market in the West Central Valley

Melissa shares her expertise in the western side of the Central Valley in Costa Rica, an established market for luxury real estate stretching from La Sabana through Escazú & Santa Ana. It’s a very dynamic area with many options of bold and modern design.


Culture & Real Estate in Costa Rica

Culture plays a decisive role in property design. In Costa Rica, expats take advantage of what the country offers, integrating their own cultural taste and local nature into their new home. For example, Casa Alamo incorporates open contemporary design surrounded by nature and with a master suite independent from the main residence, offering privacy and a peaceful ambiance submerged in the neighboring forest.

Or The Grand Sachi Home, a Korean-influenced property with open spaces and semi-integrated areas. The impressive entrance to Grand Sachi leads to a double-wide cedarwood door framed by a golden travertine wall for a royal welcome with marble floors and double-height almond hardwood and ceilings in the foyer to set the tone for a warm contemporary reception. 

Melissa Lacayo’s point of view on the cultural influence on the real estate business.

Cultural influence in real estate

Full interview with Melissa Lacayo

In the full interview, Melissa explains the qualities of the real estate market in Santa Ana on the west side of Costa Rica’s capital city and how culture benefits her work as a consultant.

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