With affordable real estate, warm weather year-round and an inexpensive cost of living, Nicaragua is a natural destination for retirees. However, many individuals aren't comfortable retiring overseas unless they can have the amenities they know and love.
In the video below, Mike Cobb, CEO of Gran Pacifica, explains how this organization caters to North American retirees and provides both the tropical lifestyle at a low cost and the amenities of a North American resort.
Constructing a Community
Rather than just building a condominium building or a row of homes, Gran Pacifica is truly creating an entire town right on the beach in sunny Nicaragua.
Shops, restaurants, fitness facilities, golf courses, homes and community centers will form the core of this retirement haven along the beach, but the beauty of the project is that it is already open for business. The work will be ongoing, but the best parts are already up and running for visitors and full-time residents.
100 Full-Time Residents Already in Place
According to Mike Cobb, Gran Pacifica's principal business is catering to North American retirees, most of whom will be living in Nicaragua full-time. There are already more than 100 full-time households at Gran Pacifica that call the community their permanent home, and that number will rise by the end of next year with predictions of 1,000 addresses in place a decade in the future. They are already able to utilize the championship golf course, the clubhouse and the onsite dining options.
Appeal of Living in Gran Pacifica
Gran Pacifica is a wonderful community, Mike Cobb highlights this fact with two key reasons. First, Gran Pacifica is ready to live in today. Second, it is run by ECI Development, which has experience operating similar communities in Panama, Costa Rica and Belize.
Cobb has lived in Nicaragua for 11 years, so he knows first hand how wonderful it can be to live in this thriving destination and be minutes from colonial heritage, lush greenery and tropical beaches.
Along with the immediate appeal of living in Gran Pacifica, the community has serious investment and business potential. Residents will appreciate the simplicity of starting a new business and the low corruption in government. The phrase, "synergy of possibility," is a great way to describe the potential for value, profit and growth in Nicaragua.
According to Mike Cobb, Nicaragua and Gran Pacifica both have an unbeatable mixture of retirement appeal and the perfect business climate. Visit www.granpacifica.com to learn more.