Bordering Brazil, Suriname and the Atlantic Ocean, today the protagonist of our guide is a more unique than rare reality: French Guyana.
Buying a property in Guyana could be really the best choice of 2019 for you investors, eager to go and live in a corner of paradise full of many opportunities and unspoiled beauty in terms of landscape.
The characteristics of this land can not simply be listed. It would be really reductive. For this reason, we at Realigro, have decided to close the list of all nations belonging to South America with a territory to be discovered and with a thousand facets.
How? Are you still hesitant? Don't worry! Following, you will find all the information you need to complete a clear and accurate picture of your journey (one way) to a reality that can upset your life!
If you are ready and armed with pen and paper to write down everything, we can start!
Let us start by saying that this land is one of the nine outermost regions of the European Union and is the only one located in South America.
The capital is Cayenne, and it is both the most populous city in the region and the least extensive. The climate is typically equatorial, particularly stable with obvious temperature variations, especially between the inland and coastal areas.
Four different seasons can be listed in Guyana:
Season of the great rains
Great Dry Season
Small rainy season
Season of the small shoal
What are the documents to access this land?
Necessary, with a minimum validity of six months is the passport. The visa is required only for those who intend to stay for more than 90 days. Although the sanitary conditions are below European standards, we still speak of acceptable levels. It should be remembered that, unfortunately, in this country, there are episodes of crime, but it is sufficient to limit the areas of interest, avoiding areas such as Stabroek Market and Tiger Bay and the entire area south of Georgetown.
What is the cost of living in French Guiana?
The current currency is the Guyana dollar (GYD), which is equivalent to 0.004 euros. Let's analyze in detail the prices of basic necessities and monthly expenses to be faced. To simplify, we have created a small list below.
1 kilo of chicken generally costs from 14.7 to 16.8 euros
1 liter of milk usually costs between 1.4 and 1.7 euros
A dozen eggs cost about 5 euros
A loaf of bread: between 1.3-1.6 euros
A bottle of medium quality wine (that you can drink): between 7-10 euros
1/2 kilo of tomatoes: between 2.5-2.9 euros
1 kilo of apples: between 2.8-3.3 euros
1 kilo of potatoes: between 1.6-2 euro
Monthly utilities : 71 euro
What about the apartments? The real estate market is subject to many demands, given that this region is home to many foreigners. from a minimum of 40,000 euros to reach extremely high figures for more luxurious properties and on the coast.
We hope that this guide has been useful and ... we wish you a pleasant journey!
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