Can You Believe What’s Happening in Nicaragua?

Posted by Mike Cobb on Jan 21, 2015 2:42:11 PM

NicaraguaWhile vacationing or owning real estate in Nicaragua may not have been on your radar before today, this Forbes article shows exactly why it should be. As one of the hottest up-and-coming tourism and retirement destinations in the region, Nicaragua has a diversity and quality of offerings that is hard to match.

Just hours from major US airports, Nicaragua is receiving more and more attention from international media outlets, celebrities and investors. From its remarkable, tranquil lakeside communities to the bustling urban center of Managua, Nicaragua is populated with diverse and beautiful wildlife, as well as some of the friendliest people on Earth.

As the country is considered underdeveloped, real estate in Nicaragua is still very affordable and stands to appreciate in great strides due to the intrinsic value that comes with its location in one of the happiest countries in the world.

Residents and visitors are able to travel from pristine Pacific beach communities to Spanish colonial cities. From exploring Ometepe, the volcanic islands in the middle of the largest lake in Nicaragua, to visiting Estelí to enjoy the spring-like coffee plantation atmosphere, Nicaragua has it all.

This environmental and cultural diversity ensures that retiring to Nicaragua can mean a new adventure each day, or provide the slower, rustic lifestyle so many of us strive for after years of hard work.

When it comes to hard work, you can be sure that we at ECI Development will use our 16+ years of experience in the region to not only maximize your investment, but also to provide a rewarding retirement experience. Come explore some of the most beautiful, safe and pleasant countries in the region today. You’ll be glad you did.

Mike Cobb

Written by Mike Cobb

With proven experience in international real estate development, Mike Cobb is a time-tested Industry Sage, expert and entrepreneur with a passion for helping consumers achieve a high-quality retirement.

Topics: Retiring in Nicaragua