Why Retirees Love Gran Pacifica

Posted by Gran Pacifica on Oct 8, 2015 11:25:46 AM

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Picking a place to retire is not as simple as pointing at a spot on the map, no matter how tempting that might be. At this stage of life, retirees need to consider things like how to live on a fixed income, how to make their money go further, how to get the right medical care and how to embrace hobbies and passions close to home.

Anyone who wants to try out a new destination during retirement and is attracted to affordability, scenic beauty and a community spirit should investigate Gran Pacifica, a beach and golf resort located in Nicaragua.

Find out some of the top reasons that retirees fall in love with Gran Pacifica.

Affordable Cost of Living

Some amazing destinations that appeal to retirees might look perfect, but taking a closer look reveals a high cost of living that can be a problem for some.

Retirement typically means living on a fixed income, so the average cost of living should be below what you will have each month to spend.

In Nicaragua, you can enjoy things like dining out, shopping and fun adventures without blowing your entire retirement budget at once. This is ideal, as you shouldn't have to sacrifice your quality of life just because you're retired.

Abundant and World-Class Medical Care

Another reason that retirees love living at Gran Pacifica is because it offers easy access to top-ranked medical facilities. Some retirees are concerned that they won't have the medical care that they are used to when they move outside of the United States, but that couldn't be further from the truth.

Nicaragua offers exceptional medical clinics and private practices as well as large hospitals with international staff. As an extra bonus, getting medical treatment is very inexpensive in Nicaragua, often coming in at far less than the cost of health insurance in the United States.

Inexpensive Real Estate

Many retirees want to own their own home at this stage, simply because it offers long-term stability no matter what the housing market might do in the years and decades ahead.

That is why it is such an advantage to learn that real estate in Nicaragua, and at Gran Pacifica in particular, is so affordable. You can find single-family homes as well as condos that suit your lifestyle and your budget with ease.

The Perfect Climate

While there is nothing wrong with enjoying the four seasons, many retirees would do anything to get away from months of freezing temperatures, the risks involved with driving on snowy and icy roads and the need for constant heating in the home.

At Gran Pacifica, the climate is warm throughout the year. That means that Christmas is the perfect time for a walk on the beach, and you can tee off at the golf course from January all the way through to December.

Endless Opportunities for Recreation

Retirees may appreciate the amenities and cost of living in Nicaragua as a whole, but what attracts them to the community of Gran Pacifica is the incredible range of recreation activities available.

You can fill your days with golf, yoga on the beach, a quick dip in the ocean, horseback riding, watching surfers from an exclusive shoreline or dining at one of the fantastic onsite eateries.

It is easy to see why retirees fall in love with Gran Pacifica. An amazing community, an affordable lifestyle and unbeatable weather are just the start of what makes Nicaragua a fantastic place to live during retirement.

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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.

Topics: Retiring in Nicaragua