Why live, invest or retire in Nicaragua? Article Count: 4
Our answer, is "Why Not?" Located in the heart of Central America, Nicaragua is an exceptional country with its spectacular lakes, towering volcanoes, friendly people and legendary towns filled with cultural richness. The country beckons foreigners to come and see all it has to offer. Some foreigners have already gotten wind of the country’s potential. A recent article in USA Today states that over 5,000 Americans currently call Nicaragua their home.
Today Nicaragua has become the "in" place for Americans retiring overseas. The hottest destinations seem to be cities like Granada, Leon City and Managua which were synonymous with strife and civil war. Consequently they were off the beaten path for the majority of tourists, not to mention retirees and much less investors. Now all of this has changed. A 1998 U.S. News and World Report article touted Nicaragua as a hot new retirement destination, with Central America’s lowest crime rate.
The country is not just for retirees, but for those people wanting to retire from their present situations, including burnt-out baby boomers, those tired of dead-end jobs or the rat race. Nicaragua seems fits the bill for people of all ages looking for a an alternative way of life in an exotic land outside of the United States and Canada.
Read this Special articles about Nicaragua "Land of Oportunity"
- The “Clean Way” to Invest in the Central American Real Estate
- The Private Sector: New Nicaragua
- Nicaragua A hidden gem
- Buying Property in Nicaragua
Also, read the Nicaragua Report about the investment opportunity in the Gran Pacifica Marriott project by our staff.
Living and Investing in the New Nicaragua Article Count: 2
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This book helps you take advantage of the opportunities Nicaragua has to offer. It gives investment ideas, advise for starting a business, tips for buying property, tax savings for foreign residents and much more.
The Living and Investing in Nicaragua is a guidebook on everything you'll need to know about moving to Nicaragua. As stated, Nicaragua currently has an excellent real estate market and has much lower prices than Panama. In addition to low prices, it also has some excellent real estate, pristine beaches, ranches, colonial buildings and numerous islands that are for sale at bargain basement prices."Living and Investing the New Nicaragua" covers everything you want to know; investing, residency, entertainment, real estate, travel, medical facilities, business opportunities, meeting people, history, future prospects, tour, retirement information and much more.