Living Better for Less

Posted by Gran Pacifica on Oct 7, 2013 11:56:23 AM

Some clients and now friends, Janice and George Escola, are traveling around Central America, seeing everything they can and having a grand old time doing it. They decided to get involved and own a lease back condo in Belize at the Grand Baymen community as an investment, but are looking for a place to perhaps call home south of the border. Perhaps not. They enjoy traveling around, at least George does, and may never settle into just one place.

The description of "Perpetual Traveler" or PT would be a good fit for them.They've been publishing a blog of their journey and recently they visited Gran Pacifica for a few days as part of 6 weeks in Nicaragua. They enjoyed an ocean front condo and some time at the beach. After this, they are going to spend several weeks in Granada, the 500 year old colonial city and historical masterpiece upon which the Gran Pacifica architectural covenants and restrictions were modeled. The pallet of possibilities for styles and homes is immense and the homes at Gran pacifica reflect this historical treasure.

On the blog, George and Janice have a section called, "Living Better for Less." As a prime objective in their search, you can read their feelings about the region and why they feel good about their explorations south of the border. Take a look at their blog and perspectives. Â They are fresh and revealing. Â Â http://escolaventures.com/gran-pacifica-nicaragua/

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Gran Pacifica is a master planned community of over 2500 acres and 3.5 miles of Pacific coast line an hour west of Managua in Nicaragua. The company focuses on providing their international and domestic clientele with communities that feature first-rate amenities and infrastructure including underground utilities, paved streets and sidewalks. Gran Pacifica's primary demographic is North American Retirees and vacation homes in Nicaragua owners who enjoy living in a robust beach and golf community.

Topics: Living In Nicaragua