Nicaragua Canal: A Game Changer in Central America?

Nicaragua Canal: A Game Changer in Central America?

FAQ, Inspection Visit, News, Nicaragua
MANAGUA, Nicaragua -- The Panama Canal has represented the shortest route to global shipping between the east and the west for more than a hundred years. Now other countries are looking to get into the game, and that means big changes underway in Central America. More than a million ships have transited the Panama Canal since it first went into operation a century ago, and more than 14,000 vessels made use of the waterway in the last 12 months alone. The historic waterway continues as a vital link that brings products from all over the world to the American consumer. It has turned Panama into the most prosperous country in Central America. The builders of the canal never imagined it would carry the kind of volume being seen today. The…
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PAH Holdings insider guide to retiring to Central America

PAH Holdings insider guide to retiring to Central America

Bank Accounts, Belize, Costa Rica, FAQ, Health Care, Inspection Visit, Mexico, News, Nicaragua, Panama, Retirement
  Where in Latin America to retire to and the cost of living in these countrys. All countried are now politically stable, economically healthy and welcoming to foreigners, particularly retirees. All have temperate climates, low living costs, spectacular natural beauty and attractive cities and towns. You’ll be surprised at some of the nations that make the 2016 World’s Top 10 Retirement Havens list from International Living. Panama Panama is No.1 on International Living’s list for 2016, and that should be no surprise to anyone who has been there lately. The people are charming, the healthcare is excellent and the living is cheap. Panama City has morphed into a modern metropolis with a diverse population, a high-rise downtown and a wide choice of gentrified neighborhoods. Boquete, in the highlands, appeals to…
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Cost of living – retirement in Nicaragua

Cost of living – retirement in Nicaragua

Bank Accounts, FAQ, Health Care, Inspection Visit, News, Nicaragua, Retirement
Today, Nicaragua is a premier destination for Americans, Canadians, and Europeans thinking about retiring overseas. Driven by an abundance of great real estate investmentopportunities, low property taxes, and a low cost of living with a high quality of life, Nicaragua is a hot destination for would-be expats looking to flee the financial crisis that still looms worldwide and threatens the ability of millions to retire. In fact, Nicaragua tied for first place (cheapest place to live) in International Living’s 2015 cost-of-living index. And for those just turning 50, with Nicaragua in mind, you can retire 10, perhaps 15 years earlier than you planned. There are other factors that have also played a role in defining Nicaragua’s arrival as a premier retirement destination: its unbelievable physical beauty, comprehensive retiree benefit program, and the many desirable…
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Top 4 destinations for Canadian Snowbirds,

Top 4 destinations for Canadian Snowbirds,

Belize, Costa Rica, Inspection Visit, Mexico, News, Nicaragua, Panama
Its going to be a cold one this year. 2016 Weather Report The Canadian Snowbird (escapus wintersnowus) is well known for its annual migration to warmer climes.   As the bitter cold sets in, the snowbird pack its bag, buys flights, and relocates to another life, typically where a beach is never far away. Here are ten choices for any budding snowbird. Costa Rica Some species of snowbirds prefer a bigger change:  a difference in culture, a difference in language, currency, and scenic beauty.  Costa Rica has the beaches, but it also has beautiful rainforest, and peaceful mountain communities.   The country enjoys the third highest life expectancy in the western hemisphere, is affordable, accessible, and even offers Canadian-run health insurance for expats.    Snowbirds congregate around the country, but can usually be…
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Nicaragua Guide FAQ

Nicaragua Guide FAQ

FAQ, Nicaragua
Frequently Asked Questions About Nicaragua Buying Real Estate in Nicaragua Q. Why are so many Americans, Canadians and Europeans flocking to Nicarauguato buy property? A. Nicaragua is a safe, stable country with a stable government and a thriving economy. It has a tropical climate and beautiful beaches and scenery. Property is affordable and appreciating rapidly. Finally, the government has made a sincereeffort to encourage foreign investment. Q. Can a non-Nicaragua purchase and own property in Nicaragua ? A. Yes, a foreigner has the same rights to own property in Nicaragua as do citizens. The ownership rights are guaranteed by the Nicaragua constitution and apply regardless of whether the property is placed in the name of a corporation or in the name of an individual. Citizenship, residence and presence in the…
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Nicaragua property’s acquired

Nicaragua property’s acquired

News, Nicaragua, Property Management, Turn Key
Villas de Palermo we have 20 unit casita for sale on a development located in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. Each stand alone house is constructed to international standards with high quality detailing and has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms measuring about 1600 square feet. They are all fully furnished with quality Nicaraguan hardwoods and have central air conditioning. Each individual villa is complete with elegant decor, hardwood trim and ceramic tile throughout. There is central air conditioning so that you can enjoy your meal preparation on the granite countertops, or just order in from the gourmet restaurant on the premises. There are walk-in closets in both bedrooms with hot water in both bathrooms. The doors and cabinets are custom made with local Nicaraguan hardwoods. There is a stainless steel refrigerator, oven,…
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