Are You Worried You Aren’t Prepared for Retirement?

Posted by Gran Pacifica on Jan 9, 2017 4:10:24 PM

Retirement is one of the most exciting phases in a person’s life. After a lifetime of working, retirement signals the time in one’s life when they finally get the opportunity to do what they want with their time. It is truly an amazing moment.

 

While the actual retirement phase of a person’s life is wonderful, careful planning needs to be made to ensure that a person’s retirement can be all that it possibly can be. Unfortunately, many Americans are not fully prepared for retirement. They may have some money saved up, but what they have saved may not be enough to allow them to maintain the quality of life that they are used to. There is good news for these people, however. It is fully possible to maintain one’s current lifestyle in retirement, or even to improve one’s lifestyle in retirement, if the proper plans have been made. Retiring in Nicaragua, for instance, can be an excellent way to improve one’s quality of life in retirement. A retirement full of leisure and adventure can be achieved by retiring in Nicaragua.

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Lower Cost of Living, Higher Quality of Life

The lower cost of living is one of the most appealing aspects of retiring in Nicaragua. You can make huge cuts to your bills, such as your food bill, by retiring in a place that has a lower cost of living. This will allow you to maintain the type of lifestyle that you are used to without breaking the bank.

 

Retiring in Nicaragua not only can allow you to maintain your current lifestyle in retirement, but may actually allow you to improve it! For instance, the cost of hired help, such a maid, gardener, or cook, are all in the price range of just a few hundred dollars a month each. When it is so cheap to hire someone to do these services for you, you can seriously improve your quality of life. Imagine a life where you no longer have to worry about doing the dishes or washing your laundry. It would certainly be nice, wouldn’t it? Well, by retiring in Nicaragua, it can become a reality.
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Beautiful Climate and Country

Another great advantage of retiring in Nicaragua is that it is an absolutely beautiful country. The weather in Nicaragua is very comfortable, hovering around 72°-86°F (22°-30°C) pretty much year round. In addition, all you have to do is drive around any part of Nicaragua for 15 minutes and you will find yourself falling in love with this beautiful country. Especially if you choose to retire in a beachside community, such as Gran Pacifica, you will be treated to absolutely breathtaking sunsets on a daily basis. And, for those who are looking for a bit of natural adventure, Nicaragua’s many lakes, volcanoes, and forests provide for endless amounts of adventure and entertainment.

 

Retiring in Nicaragua can be a great way to live in a beautiful, warm country, while at the same time increasing your quality of life. It’s hard to say no to a deal like that. So, I’ll leave you with this question, “What are your retirement plans?”

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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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