Archive for the ‘Nicaragua Videos’ Category
The two most important reasons people join our Nicaragua real estate toursWednesday, July 8th, 2009
Why do people join our tours? Well it’s quite simple: First to see the best real estate the country has to offer in a highly efficient manner and, second, to experience how the country feels, up close and in-person.
The best real estate in Nicaragua
Coldwell Banker Nicaragua has helped hundreds of clients get in on the ground floor of real estate opportunities in Nicaragua, and it is this experience that we will share with you.
We’ve run the numbers, done the math, analyzed 7 Opportunity Factors, interviewed and ranked property developments across the country. We can say, with confidence, that the properties on our tours are best-in-class: strong brands, delivering quality products that are outperforming their competitors. Learn more.
In Nicaragua, this quality comes at an affordable price. Market comps from Reveal Real Estate, a market research organization that tracks trends in international real estate show that overall, Nicaragua real estate is more affordable than other countries in the region.
How Nicaragua makes you feel
It’s not only about running numbers, people also need access to qualitative, softer factors like the feel of a location, and the experience of being in a new place. Of course there’s no substitute for coming to the country in person. But, for a quick taster, have a look at this video we’ve put together.
We know the “lay of the land” which will make your experience so much richer, easier and more rewarding.
Join our real estate tours
Remember, we’re paying for all on-the-ground expenses for three days, including transport, meals and hotel accommodations, with no obligation whatsoever. Learn more.
Our next series of tours are running on the following dates: July 31st – August 2nd 2009, August 7-9th 2009, and August 14-16th 2009. Join us on tour and you’ll get the hard and soft factors you need to build a complete picture of what is happening. It’s the perfect way to make sense of the property market.
What was the last property you sold in Nicaragua?Wednesday, April 1st, 2009
In the video below, Samuel Chally, sales agent with Coldwell Banker Nicaragua, tells us about the last property he sold. We then ask him to give the reasons why it sold.
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Watch this video to see sustainable development at work in NicaraguaThursday, March 19th, 2009
Finally, a logical approach to building in rapidly developing nations like Nicaragua. The project featured in the video below employs local community members and educates them in the skills of sustainable building by utilizing readily available byproducts, such as tires and plastic bottles, in conjunction with other local materials.
The aim is to empower local community members and create skills that will foster a healthy independence from economic fluctuations. At the same time the project serves as a case study for future developers – showing that the cleanest water comes from the sky and the most reliable energy source is independent.
A practical demonstration that aside from the obvious securities of living ‘off grid,’ the best development, and consequently the best long term investment, is one that invests in the local people and community.
Click the video below for a virtual tour of sustainable development at work in Nicaragua:
We’d love to take you on a tour of this project. Just contact us to set this up.
Your new vacation home is waiting for you in San Juan del SurMonday, February 23rd, 2009
Own a fully furnished, fully landscaped home with inspired architectural design for a single all-inclusive price. A truly turnkey experience where everything is taken care of.
This world class resort has been able to maintain a historical occupancy rate of between 70-80% for the past 4 years. Of all the development communities in San Juan del Sur, this community is the farthest along and has set the bar for others up and coming. Each unit is individually owned while professionally managed and maintained by the hotel.
The profits from the luxury resort are used to fund the A. Jean Brugger Charitable Foundation. This is best practice social responsibility – where a social and financial mission are so inter-twined to be inseparable. Where else can you sip a Margarita with a view like the one above of the pool at Bistro la Canoa knowing that you are helping make Nicaragua a better place?
Earthship to feature on Nicaragua real estate tourTuesday, April 15th, 2008
Brooke Rundle pointed out a new You Tube video on the Nicaraguan Earthship:
The Earthship will be featured on our Green Real Estate tours planned for later this year. We’re going to focus exclusively on environmentally conscious and socially responsible real estate developments.
Tour participants will get an inside track on everything from sustainable housing communities constructed of all recycled materials to off-grid hacienda style home lots.
Nicaragua real estate: The buzz about the Nicaraguan Earthship is buildingMonday, January 28th, 2008
We’ve been keeping a daily blog on the construction of a house made out of tires which cools itself passively, creates its own power and harvests its own water. Known as an “Earthship” the house design was conceived by architect Mike Reynolds from Earthship Biotecture, in Taos, New Mexico.
Ever since the construction team arrived in Nicaragua and teamed up with the local community of El Carizal to begin the building, the buzz has been growing:
- Steve over in Newcastle, England updated his readers about the Nicaraguan Earthship
- Closer to home, MyBootsnMe visited the site and took a couple of great shots
- La Prensa, Nicaragua’s daily national newspaper wrote an article about a house made out of a thousand tires and thousands more bottles and cans (Spanish)
- And Dave Kniffen from Casa Llanta reflected on the vision behind the Nicaraguan Earthship initiative in a thoughtful article written on Day 16 of the construction.
There’s also a You Tube video for those who want to see a day by day demonstration.
We are proud to market this Earthship community to our network. The location is great (only 15 minutes south of San Juan del Sur), the logic of green building can’t be faulted, and the construction quality is top class.
Property for sale at ApoyoWednesday, August 29th, 2007
Apoyo is an unspoiled crater lake with crystal clear water, breathtaking views and rich biodiversity. It’s a magical place located at the heart of Nicaragua’s premier tourist region and only 5 miles from the colonial city of Granada. We offer a range of real estate for sale at Laguna de Apoyo in Nicaragua. Have a look at this video to get a feel for the place.
Your Next DecisionMonday, June 4th, 2007
If you’re buying a property in Nicaragua then you’ll have a few decisions to make before you relax on your Nica-style rocking chair in your new property.
Your next decision? Well it’s the question that divides the nation. Would you like a Tona or Victoria beer?
I bet you’re looking forward to tasting them both. In the meantime there’s no doubting that Tona sells Nicaragua almost as well as it sells its own brand.