Retiring In Nicaragua Offers Many Benefits

Posted by Gran Pacifica on Nov 15, 2012 7:30:05 AM

Retirement in Nicaragua may seem like something only celebrities can do. After all,most people's retirement dollars are stretched thin. With so many people losing retirement funds when the economy crashed, the amount of retirement dollars are not as great as they once could have been. When you’re looking at retiring, you need to figure out how to stretch your money further.

Affordable Retirement Plans

Retirement for many people needs to be affordable. However, the cost of living in Central America is considerably lower than that of the United States. This means that your money goes further.

If you were to compare the cost of a retirement community in the United States versus one in Nicaragua, you may be shocked by what you find.

You Can Afford a Nicaragua Retirement More Than You Thought

The condos and homes in Nicaragua can be more luxurious than what you find at home, too. Not only do you get a view of the beach from your living room but you can also enjoy larger kitchens, fancier bathrooms, walk-in closets and much more. Retiring in Nicaragua certainly has a lot of advantages.

If your current retirement funds are low, you may be considering a few different things. You may have to work longer before you can retire. You may also be thinking about more aggressive investment opportunities.

By investing in Nicaragua property, you save money over and over again. This means you may actually be able to retire sooner than you anticipated, which is always a good thing. You can choose a resort to call home and still be close enough to friends and family that visiting won’t be out of the question.

Resort-Style Living

Gran Pacifica offers you resort-style living. More people are choosing to retire here because it offers as much as many retirement communities do – and then some. This allows you to kick back and relax each day and have all the amenities you want all within your community.

Whether you want to play a round of golf, learn to surf or enjoy the many cities throughout the country, you can do so. Much of what is available in the country is available right inside the resort. You can horseback along the beach or arrange a shuttle to take you into one of the many bustling cities within the country.

You Choose How You Want to Retire

You can sit back on the beach every day, make tee times twice a day on the golf course or start becoming more adventurous with surfing, ATV rides and even treks through the Central American forests. The pace at which you retire is completely up to you. Nicaragua offers it all, which is why more people are choosing to retire here.

If you thought that retiring was out of the question, think again. The cost of retiring in Central America is far cheaper than anywhere else you could imagine. Resort-style living can offer you more than what you would get at a traditional retirement community, which is why more people are taking advantage of investment properties in Nicaragua.

Gran Pacifica

Written by Gran Pacifica

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.

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