So you’ve already made up your mind to retire in Nicaragua and you’ve visited a few times, but your head and your heart is really set on a house on the beach. How do you manage to view all of the properties available, how do you find a real estate agent you can trust? Where are all the properties located? What properties should you avoid? What properties are not to be missed? If you are planning to buy a house on the beach when you retire in Nicaragua, probably one of the best tours around with these goals in mind is the Nicaragua Beachfront Property Tour. I know quite a few people that have bought properties from the communities on the beach listed on this tour.
The Beachfront Property Tour provides is the most comprehensive real estate tour that focuses exclusively on the properties on the Pacific Coast of Nicaragua. It’s a fully escorted tour of oceanfront property and includes the Playa Santa Rosa, Gran Pacifica, Hacienda Iguana Golf and Beach Club, Rancho Santana and San Juan del Sur. If you’ve got a spare $700,000 to invest in a property, they’ll even throw in a side trip to the exquisite Guacalito property, the one that Nicaragua’s richest citizen Carlos Pellas has created. All these properties provide a glimpse into the best in real estate that this beautiful country has to offer future newcomers.
This tour commences from Managua. Most people arrive late into Managua so the first day is an arrival day, gather your wind, relax and enjoy the ambiance of the hotel. The second day offers a roundtable luncheon to be sharedby a few experts on investment and real estate in Nicaragua. They’re there to promote discussion and to answer any questions you may have on buying an oceanfront property for your retirement.
What’s included on this fine tour along the coast to see all the properties? Breakfasts, some lunches, some dinners, transportation in an air conditioned bus or private 4 wheel drive (depending on the number of people on the tour if it’s a private tour) from Managua. There’s even a day of fun at one of the properties which includes swimming and golf.
Beachfront real estate including casitas, condos, homes and villas range in price from about $96,000 to $799,000. There’s also rental possibilities at many of these locations from Playa Santa Rosa, El Transito, Poneloya, Playa Colorado to Playa Guasacate and San Juan del Sur. Choosing to live in Nicaragua will be one of the best choices you will ever make for your retirement. The NicaTour Group fully-escorted tour will guide you along the Nicaraguan coast, to help you find your perfect retirement house on the beach. Right now they have a special if two or more people in your group join the tour. Find out more about the tour here.
The opportunities to own your beachfront property in Nicaragua is an exciting prospect, especially when you can get you the opportunity to buy something at beachfront footage at half the cost of what it would cost in the US. The breathtaking views and magnificent sunsets will be the perfect addition to experiencing the best of situations for your retirement in Nicaragua. Add in the lower cost of living and healthcare doesn’t make it too bad a choice either. Beach living is perfect, no matter what your age! Living at the beach, drive into the nearby town once a week to pick up supplies if your beach community doesn’t have a grocery store is not too bad a lifestyle to enjoy. Beats shoveling snow.