We Have Broken Ground!

Posted by Jamie Cain on Feb 27, 2018 6:00:00 PM

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This is a very exciting time at Gran Pacifica! We have broken ground and are beginning construction on Momotombo Building (Building 2) at Las Perlas Oceanfront Village (LPOV), with plans to hand the new owners their keys to their new suites around Christmas time. Now isn’t that a great Christmas gift?

We have also just introduced pre-construction specials for Building 3, Masaya.

Las Perlas Oceanfront Village at Gran Pacifica is truly the standout development project of the region. Less than a dozen direct beachfront suites will be offered in the Masaya Building. After Masaya is constructed, a second swimming pool, gardens, and ultimately a new and expanded clubhouse for both owners and guests to enjoy will be added.


The number one rule in real estate is location, location, location… and spectacular views are an added bonus. At the Las Perlas Oceanfront Village, the phenomenal ocean and sunset views are enough to make you never want to leave your balcony. Whether you are taking in the surf break from your balcony for its beauty and the sound of crashing waves or checking out the inviting waves through the eyes of a surfer, you’ll quickly understand why this is one of the top-rated surf breaks in the Americas. Only a short walk on the beautiful sand and seashell beach and you will arrive at the amazing surf break for expert surfers. Just a little further down from the surfing beach is the swimming beach, the perfect spot for those of you who want to take surfing lessons, walk out into the ocean, or swim.

Do you ever feel like you missed the boat, pun intended, by not investing in a beachfront property in Costa Rica in the 90’s? Now is your opportunity to own property in Nicaragua, touted as “The Next Costa Rica,” with introductory prices starting at only $139,900 for a studio, beachfront condominium suite.

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For owners who desire to rent out their condos while they are away and earn income, our rental program will drive strong cash flow from guests who come to surf, golf, or enjoy the exquisite hot-pink sunsets with a piña colada or cerveza in hand.

So, whether you choose to live in your Las Perlas Oceanfront Village suite full-time or part-time and earn income, Gran Pacifica’s newest community is something you’ll want to see for yourself.

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Jamie Cain

Written by Jamie Cain

Jamie Cain is a native Texan. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, and after graduating college, she began a career in modeling. “This was an incredible experience, as I had the opportunity to work and live in many amazing countries and experience all the different cultures.” After, she started a career in real estate in Dallas. Fast forward to 2017, she had the wonderful opportunity to join ECI Development as a Property Advisor for Nicaragua and Belize. Presently, Jamie lives on the East Coast with her husband and two white cats. She enjoys yoga, blogging, photography, and cooking.

Topics: Nicaraguan Tourism, Tourism in Latin America, Living In Nicaragua