Get to Know the New Nicaragua

Posted by Gran Pacifica on Jul 3, 2014 9:12:39 AM

New NicaraguaTo many people, Nicaragua is known for two primary, and opposing, characteristics: Politics and surfing. While Nicaragua's beaches remain some of the best surfing spots in the world, its political landscape is now stable and progressive.

The entire country has undergone a transformation, picking up key tenets from other successful developing nations while retaining its wonderful culture. Discover more about what the new Nicaragua offers and why it might be the perfect place to call home.

Major Government Investments in Infrastructure

One of the biggest changes in Nicaragua is the government's major investment in the nation. Pledging more than $1 billion, the Nicaraguan government plans to upgrade everything from city roads to major airports. These improvements and projects will create jobs, transform the landscape of the country and bring in even more investments from around the world, all of which encourage industry and tourism.

Rapidly Increasing Tourism Economy

Along with improving infrastructure, which makes the logistics of international travel much simpler, the country is also encouraging tourism in a big way. From marketing campaigns to smaller blogs that target specific audiences, there is no question that tourism is on the rise.

Not only do happy tourists spread the word about this destination to their close friends, they also post pictures, blog posts and more via social media. An improved tourism economy means more profits for all kinds of Nicaraguan businesses ranging from hotels and airlines to small boutique shops and beachfront restaurants.

Communities Based on New Urbanism Principles

Part of Nicaragua's new changes is a focus on new urbanism. This way of living embraces smaller communities that focus on pedestrian access, health and relationships. New urbanism communities might feature stores just a short walk from home, neighborhood parks where you can gather with your neighbors and a decreased reliance on cars to travel to and from nearby destinations.

New urbanism is associated with better health, both physically and mentally, and it is a wonderful way to live in Nicaragua. Since there are several growing new urbanism communities in Nicaragua, including the Gran Pacifica Beach and Golf Resort, it is attracting a number of residents and investors from around the world.

Increased Real Estate Potential

Another of the new and improved aspects of Nicaragua is certainly the real estate market. While property prices are still low, they are on the rise, meaning great things for investors. Purchasing a retirement condo, a vacation home or just a beachfront lot is more affordable in Nicaragua than in many other beach resort destinations, making it appealing for personal as well as financial reasons.

The renaissance of Nicaragua is exciting for residents as well as investors, and it means good things for tourism, economy, infrastructure and real estate property prices. Click here to learn more about the new changes in Nicaragua and what they might mean for you.

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.

Topics: New Urbanism in Nicaragua