It seems strange, but Nicaragua for about 5 years, is one of the most popular places for investors, both to spend a pleasant holiday, both to buy a property.
Buying a property in Nicaragua, could be a viable alternative, to break with everyday life.
Let's discover together how to move in this land with our simple but useful guide!
First of all, let's start with the documents necessary to access this land.
It will be mandatory as well as useful to put in your suitcase:
§ Vehicle title and registration
§ Proof of vehicle insurance
§ Declaration of articles brought with you
§ Health certificates
§ Birth certificate
You can apply to the Ministry for a certificate of residence if you want to stay long term in the country.
It is important to request this at least six months before the hypothetical date of your transfer.
Geographically, the country is characterized by lakes, beautiful sandy areas and volcanoes.
The most famous basin is Lake Managua, a spectacle for lovers of nature and photography.
Nicaragua also includes small Hispanic islands, which you can visit, packed with tropical birds and unique vegetation.
Now let's move on to the highlights of our guide: the possibility of buying or signing a lease in Nicaragua.
Prices are rising from year to year as this nation has become a destination for many Americans (given the proximity) but also for other populations diametrically opposed geographically.
The cheapest area is Rivas, but it is assumed that it can also become very expensive, given the presence of the channel.
Prices range from 130 to 300 euros per month for rents. Considering that the nation overlooks the Pacific, they are quite convenient.
Let us now turn to the cost of living.
With less than 15 euros per month you can pay both water and electricity bills.
Public transport is modern and efficient (as well as cheap).
Thanks to the low taxation of services, you can visit the whole country without any problem and at low cost.
With 500 euros per month you can bear all the expenses of a family of four people and leave a part for the extras.
The local population is also extremely affable and, if you have problems or need more information, will certainly not be reluctant to help you.
After about 5/6 months everything will be much clearer, but in broad terms you may well have understood that it is not so much a matter of buying a property as a corner of paradise!
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