At Gap Investments, our mission is to bring people together to complete a fair and balanced transaction between those who need financing and those who want to invest.
We help provide capital as a broker to those seeking funds for a specific opportunity. Gap Investments brings years of experience investing in Costa Rica, with legal, marketing, and development expertise working to maximize your investment returns.
Since 2008, we are proud to say that we’ve helped many people achieve their goals with strategic financing options.
Pursuing a traditional bank loan can be highly time-consuming, expensive, with double-digit interest rates, and require an enormous amount of paperwork. Costa Rica Gap Investments provides loans from 6 months to 3-year terms, filling the “gap” quickly and efficiently for qualified borrowers looking for short-term solutions.
Gap Investments has well-trained professionals acting in the best interest of borrowers and the investors we represent. The industry has changed significantly over the last decade, and Gap Investments has emerged as a conduit for you to access qualified investment opportunities.
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 foods 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 has been brokering mortgages in Canada since 1997, becoming a licensed broker after having completed the mortgage brokerage course at the University of British Columbia. He was instrumental in securing hundreds of millions of dollars in bridge financing for large-scale real estate projects.
Upon relocating to Costa Rica, he envisioned the unlimited growth potential, and the need to enhance the country’s well-being by securing bridge financing where banks drop the ball.