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Your Building Questions Answered by Will Pattison from GroupoMax

July 19th, 2013 by Admin

You want to design your dream home in Nicaragua, and take advantage of the lower construction costs. But you live in the US and can’t just hop on a flight every time you want to see how the building is progressing.

You want to feel confident in the builder, confident in the construction supervisor and confident of the construction methods.

Fortunately there are ways to navigate the home building process and we’ve asked Will Pattison from GroupoMax, a Construction Supervision Company that has been building homes in Nicaragua since 2005, for his best advice to ensure a smooth experience.

Check out the full interview on building in Nicaragua where Will covers what you need to know before you decide to build your home in the sun.




5 “Stand Out” Ocean View Lots

July 14th, 2013 by Admin

Affordable, great value real estate is the big reason why Nicaragua is attracting so much interest from property investors. And to show you how much further your money can go when you buy property here, we’ve revealed 5 “stand out” ocean view lots that are available right now.

Check them out here and click on the links below each property for more information and we can help you pinpoint the one that’s right for you.

This article is part of our free Insider Tips Series for Nicaragua Real Estate Investors. If you are looking for more information on buying property in Nicaragua I think you will find our the Series useful. It’s is delivered via email and provides valuable information about buying strategies, the best locations and neighborhoods in Nicaragua, as well as tips on negotiation, real estate legal issues and the property buying process. Click here to learn more.




What’s Your Property Investment Goal?

May 13th, 2013 by Admin

Ever wonder why international real estate investing is so successful for some people and doesn’t seem to work as well for others?

Well it’s got nothing to do with natural talent and everything to do with setting a clear investment goal.

I learned this the hard way.

When I started buying property in Nicaragua in 2002 I made the mistake of not defining my goals well enough. I just had one word that guided me: “cheap.”

But sometimes cheap isn’t a good deal. A cheap property may just mean that it is located in an area with little going for it, or the property itself is uninspiring.

Using only the purchase price as a guide to what I should buy was a flawed strategy. “Cheap” did not adequately describe all that I wanted to get out of my property investments.

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The 3 Reasons to Buy Real Estate Overseas

April 17th, 2013 by Admin

There are three good reasons to buy real estate overseas:

  1. To position yourself for capital growth by finding undervalued property.
  2. To upgrade your lifestyle by choosing a location where your money goes further.
  3. To gain a rental income by tapping into a growing visitor trend.

Imagine if you could find somewhere where all three of these objectives come together.

Well, we think we have, and we’d like to introduce it to you.

Starting this summer we’re running a brand new series of Your Future Now real estate tours.  We’re covering the south western part of Nicaragua – and its lynch pin town – San Juan del Sur.   We’ve hand-picked a set of properties at a bargain price in desirable locations where you can live in luxury for far less than you can back home.  For more on the kind of lifestyle you can lead in San Juan del Sur, check out this hyper-local site.

Our tours are highly efficient.  You get to see a great deal of property – far more than you could arrange on your own.  They’re also cost-effective – we  cover your hotel accommodation for two nights and your meals.  So if you want to work out if Nicaragua is right for you coming on tour with us is the prudent thing to do.

We run dozens of real estate tours to Nicaragua.  We know what works and what doesn’t.  We keep the tours small so we can offer a personalized service and make sure all your questions get answered.  We also include presentations on the legal aspects of purchasing and owning property in Nicaragua.

Why not join us on one of the following dates this summer:

  • July 13 – 14, 2013
  • August 3 – 4, 2013
  • August 31 – Sept 1, 2013.

Click here to get more information on our upcoming real estate tours.   We look forward to welcoming you to the country.

 




Your Shortcut To Living The Good Life In Nicaragua

February 28th, 2013 by Admin

If you’re considering Nicaragua for retirement, a vacation home or an investment property, there’s no easier (or more efficient) way to get in front of the best opportunities than joining one of our real estate tours.

On tour you’ll get to savor the beauty of Nicaragua first hand, test out the lifestyle and see why at this point in its history the country offers enormous opportunities for both retirees and investors.

We’ve been running real estate tours for years in Nicaragua, but the itinerary we’ve put together for this upcoming series could easily be our best. The tour covers Nicaragua’s southern Pacific coast and the San Juan del Sur region, representing the country’s top tourism and investment area. But despite the evident progress taking place here, property remains remarkably affordable – with prices far lower than in other parts of Central America.

This is a part of the world where you can live a luxurious lifestyle on a bare-bones budget, where dramatic hills sweep down to empty beaches washed by clear blue water, and where you don’t have to give up that dream of an ocean-side retirement home.

The tour allows you to take advantage of our years of experience in hunting down the best deals, the finest real estate developments and the undervalued opportunities. In fact we’re so confident in the quality of the tour program, that we’re pleased to cover your hotel and meal expenses for the two days, with no obligation whatsoever.

Our next tour runs on March 16-17, 2013

Here’s the full story.




Announcing New Dates For Our Free 2012 Real Estate Tours

April 1st, 2012 by Admin

We’ve just finalized the dates for our brand new series of 3-Day Nicaragua Property Tours. We’ll be running tours on:

  • May 25-27 2012
  • July 13-15 2012, and
  • August 17-19 2012

Click here for the details or complete this form to receive a full itinerary. We cover all your in-country expenses for two nights and three days.

As we keep the tours small and personalized, they fill up quickly. So reserve your place as soon as you can. We hope to see you soon in beautiful Nicaragua.




New March 2012 Date Added For Our Property Tours

February 19th, 2012 by Admin

We’ve just added a new date for our 3-Day Nicaragua Property Tours. We’ll be running a tour on March 9-11, 2012. Click here for the details or complete this form to receive a full itinerary. We cover all your in-country expenses for two nights and three days.

As we keep the tours small and personalized, they fill up quickly. So reserve your place as soon as you can. We hope to see you soon in beautiful Nicaragua.




“Best” Does Not Always Mean “Most Expensive”

March 29th, 2011 by Coldwell Banker Nicaragua

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New Dates For Our Nicaragua Property Tours

March 4th, 2011 by Coldwell Banker Nicaragua

We’ve just finalized the dates for our brand new series of 3-Day Nicaragua Property Tours. We’ll be running tours on:

  • May 20-22 2011
  • June 17-19 2011
  • July 29-31 2011, and
  • August 12-14 2011

Click here for the details or complete this form to receive a full itinerary. We cover all your in-country expenses for two nights and three days. As we keep the tours small and personalized, they fill up quickly. So reserve your place as soon as you can. We hope to see you soon in beautiful Nicaragua.




Hit reality TV show Survivor is being filmed in San Juan del Sur

June 16th, 2010 by Coldwell Banker Nicaragua

Yes, the crew for Survivor is here! It’s exciting times for San Juan del Sur and the beaches of Hermosa and Yankee to the south. The hit reality TV show and Emmy-Award winner is currently being filmed here.

Survivor involves two “tribes” competing against each-other for rewards and immunity. The last remaining contestant wins US$1 million dollars in prize money. The Survivor crew will be here for several weeks as they are filming two episodes of the show in San Juan del Sur.

San Juan del Sur is buzzing and it’s practically impossible to get a hotel room. A typical series of Survivor airs in over 100 countries and is seen by around 15 million Americans per week. So that’s 15 million Americans learning about Nicaragua and San Juan del Sur.

San Juan del Sur is already the top tourism hotspot on the coast of Nicaragua. And with Survivor, it’s status on the world tourism map will only increase.

We’re running real estate tours in the San Juan del Sur region in June and July showcasing the best deals in the country. Check out this page for more details.