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Grupo Gap is the parent company of Relocate CR, Gap Real Estate, Gap Investments, Gap Equity Loans, and CRIE – Costa Rica immigration experts.

Beginning in the early 1990s, Mr. Tellier secured finance totaling hundreds of millions of dollars in Canada. When he first arrived in Costa Rica, he discovered that you could not borrow money unless you were a permanent resident. Realizing there was a gap, he began helping with loans in the early 2000s, providing consultant services. After learning about Costa Rica’s enormous potential, Mr. Tellier made the decision to settle here permanently. So, he began his residency process with Johanna Alveraz, which resulted in a collaboration and the founding of CRIE. After that, Gap Real Estate and Gap Investors developed inevitably over time. Relocate CR was founded due to high demand from customers who needed assistance with the Costa Rica relocation procedure.

 


Franz Laengmueller is a Costa Rican who grew up in Latin America and completed business school in South Florida. After moving back to Costa Rica, Franz started an organic food business.

After some time, he moved into real estate administration, mostly rental and condominium management. Franz then founded an Uber management company, which he sold, at which point he started with equity loans as an investor. Since 2017, he has been actively managing a private equity fund focusing on equity loans and real estate. Call now at +506 4001-6413.

 

 

 

Glenn Tellier is the founder of Grupo Gap and was a licensed broker and finance industry professional with a degree from the University of British Columbia. With over 25 years of experience in the field, Glenn has provided expert advice and guidance to numerous clients in the areas of lending, investments, and financial planning. He is passionate about helping people make sound financial decisions and is committed to providing the highest quality of service. He started consulting mortgages in Canada during the 90s; through his skills and experience, he was essential in assisting large-scale real estate projects to acquire bridging loans worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

Upon relocating to Costa Rica, he envisioned the unlimited growth potential and the need to enhance the country’s well-being by offering expert advice regarding bridge financing where banks drop the ball.

 

 

Lawsen Parker is a former Vancouverite, now – an Operations Manager with Grupo Gap. Ensuring the development and implementation of efficient operations and cost-effective systems to meet the current and future needs of the organization.

He first moved to Costa Rica when he was 16 to study in a new environment. In the early 2010s, he started working in real estate and mortgage loaning business while he traveled around Costa Rica until his early 20s. Afterward, he moved back to Vancouver, studied at UBC, and started building and restoring homes specializing in home and commercial renovations. In 2016 at 24, he moved to South America to pursue a marketing opportunity, which helped him to learn many aspects of the trade and how to market to a large audience effectively.

During his travels, he discovered that Costa Rica was the ideal spot to settle down and would be the best place to launch his new career. After extensive traveling around Costa Rica, he decided to reside in Escazu because of its proximity to the capital, the locals, the restaurants, the weather, and all the opportunity here.

His experience in the building industry and knowledge of Costa Rica are two of my most valuable advantages in assisting clients in finding the mortgage they need. He desires to help others fall in love with Costa Rica.

 

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