Nicaragua, Overseas Haven Reports
Granada, Nicaragua | Overseas Haven Report
In this Overseas Haven Report we introduce you to Granada, Nicaragua, one of our favorite cities in Central America. This is a little city with a long history, where you can travel around by horse-drawn carriage, or pass the balmy afternoons in a rocking chair on the wide front porch of the historic Alhambra Hotel overlooking the always-busy central square.
You could live well in Nicaragua’s most charming colonial city on less than US$1,000 per month.SKU: OHR-GRANADA-NICARAGUA
Nicaragua, Home Conference Kits
Live and Invest in Nicaragua Home Conference Kit
Our Nicaragua Home Conference Kit is the most in-depth resource that you’ll find anywhere about living, retiring, investing, or doing business in Nicaragua. This massive kit contains every presentation made during our recent Live and Invest in Nicaragua Conference, including panels with some of the top experts and expats who have years of experience in the country.
If you enjoy low prices, beaches, sunshine, and ocean and lake breezes, you’ll love Nicaragua. This diverse and beautiful country is one of the most affordable places in the world to enjoy a comfortable, full, and rich retirement. You could own a place of your own in the most romantic city in the Americas for US$45,000 or less… or even retire to the beach on a budget of as little as US$1,040 per month…
What’s more, Nicaragua rolls out the welcome mat for foreigners. A number of countries offer retiree residency visas, but Nicaragua’s is the cheapest of them all. To qualify for retiree residency in Nicaragua, all you have to do is show a monthly income of at least US$600 per month. Furthermore, you can become a “retiree” in this country as young as 45 years of age.SKU: HCK-NICARAGUA-2015