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Featured properties and exclusives
A range of exclusive and featured real estate available in Nicaragua with a special focus on beach property, colonial homes and property at Apoyo crater lake.
Houses and villas
Turnkey properties offered in move-in condition with the promise of an immediate rental income.
Colonial property
Historic properties with Spanish colonial architecture typified by adobe walls, wooden pillars and courtyard gardens.
Condominiums and town houses
Turnkey condominium units, duplexes, casitas and town houses located in key tourism destinations across the country.
Serviced lots
Lots and homesites offered with full utilities located on the Pacific, at Apoyo crater lake and throughout the country.
Private residential communities
Real estate that offers you the lifestyle you desire. We work with the finest developers in the most desirable locations.
Beachfront and waterfront
Waterfront property is highly sought after in Nicaragua and we work hard to source the finest properties, offering the best value, throughout the country.
Surf real estate
Nicaragua attracts surfers from far and wide to its famous surf breaks. Property overlooking, or within close walking distance, to a surf break is available.
Golf real estate
A range of championship golf courses are under construction on the Pacific coast with certain areas emerging as important golfing destinations.
Green real estate
We are proud to represent eco-sensitive options developed to ensure that local communities and the environment benefit from the real estate sector.
Commercial properties
Property suitable for a commercial enterprise such as a hotel, restaurant, hospedaje, tourism venture, shopping outlet or other business.
Farms and large parcels
Larger acerages including beachfront options, ocean view parcels, lake and mountain properties, horse ranches, coffee farms and agricultural properties.
Islands
Islands on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua and isletas in Lake Nicaragua, located a short distance from the coloinal town of Granada.