After concluding the 'analysis of European nations at the economic level, paying particular attention to the real estate sector, we decided to take a leap to the other side of the world. the protagonist today, is in fact a country of South America, with a difficult history but, currently, is reborn stronger and more determined than ever. several are in fact the pensioners and young people who decide every year to change their lives totally, moving to this country.
Are you curious to know more? Do you also want to pull the plug from everyday life and start from scratch in a new place to be discovered? Are you tired of the usual routine but are you afraid of taking a step too important for you? So, if you are really ready to turn the page, we propose a mini guide, signed Realigro of course! You will find all the information you need to buy a property in Bolivia in total tranquility.
So, arm yourself with pen and paper: our journey of discovery of Bolivia, is about to begin!
Let's start by saying that this land is famous throughout the world for its strong cultural identity: with its colors and strong contrasts, is defined as the most indigenous place in South America. The economy is mainly based on the primary sector, the unique traditions such as Quechua, the cuisine rich in recipes that testify to the great comings and goings of people from around the world, and even the holidays recognized by UNESCO as the Carnival of Oruro, are just some of the elements that characterize and distinguish this country from all the other members of Latin America.
But what is the documentation needed to access this unique place?
A passport with a residual validity of at least six months from the moment of entry into the country is undoubtedly compulsory. After having solved the administrative problems, let's go into the real Bolivian climate: how do you live in Bolivia? For what concerns the cost of living, in this country is really convenient and advantageous. we decided to include a small list of typical products of the basket of goods and, in general, the expenses that you have to bear.
Milk (normal), (1L) 0,81 €
Fresh white bread loaf (500g) 1,14 €
Rice (white), (1kg) 1,08 €
Eggs (normal) (12) 1,29 €
Local cheese (1kg) 4,06 €
Chicken breast (boned, skinned), (1kg)2,74 €
Red meat (1kg) (or equivalent red meat) 4,33 €
Monthly utilities 31,44 €
Public transport (single ride) 0,26 €
Now let's come to the highlight of our guide: the price of real estate in Bolivia.
As in all the countries we have previously analyzed, the price of a property varies according to its proximity to major metropolitan centers or major infrastructure. in the capital, Sucre and one of the most important cities, La Paz, prices start at 50,000 euros, for standard properties, but increase significantly when it comes to old villas.
What can I say, now nothing is missing! Finally you can make your one-way ticket to this land so wonderful!
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