Advice on investing in Nicaragua.

Nicaragua is one of the poorest countries in the Americas, but it also has one of the fastest growing economies.




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Shopping Online For Nicaragua Real Estate? Don’t!

With the season upon us when the most Nicaraguan real estate changes hands, I thought this would be a timely newsletter. If you’ve been scouring the Internet for deals on Nicaraguan real estate, stop wasting your time. I say this to almost every client, and have to say it overRead More…

The Word On Living & Investing In Nicaragua

Regardless of what your opinion is of global agencies, such as the United Nations, International Monetary Fund or the World Bank, you have to agree they provide checks and balances in matters of international politics, financing, trade and commerce. Of the 196┬ácountries in the world, 193 of which are┬ámembers ofRead More…

Nicaragua Offers Excellent Investment Opportunities

Nicaragua has one of the fastest growing GDP rates in Central America. Unlike many other nations, Nicaragua has complied with IMF demands to cut its deficit, implement structural reforms, and maintain overall monetary stability. As a result, Nicaragua is set to benefit from rapid and sustained economic growth in theRead More…

Joint Venture Development Opportunity In Nicaragua

Joint Ventures are not common in Nicaragua and those that do launch are usually through agreements between foreigners. That said, there are some clever local Nica landowners who see the financial advantages of working with developers. I know of a few such situations, but I recently came across a veryRead More…

The Tourists Are Coming & Tourism Highlights

October for the tourism industry in Nicaragua is a slow month. It’s the tail end of the rainy season and not cold enough in most countries to motivate people to seek out sun and sand. The rainy season lasts from May to October, and the wettest months are September andRead More…

Dispelling Myths & Sharing Facts

Dispelling a myth. The US government’s travel advisory is cautioning Americans that travel to Nicaragua at this time may be risky. The reason given is that emotions during the upcoming national election may lead to some sort of backlash against foreigners, particularly Americans. What a load of crap! It seemsRead More…

Nicaragua Agriculture

Nicaragua’s economy is predominantly agricultural. Arable land is approximately 6,100,000 acres, or about 21% of the country’s total land area. The planting season for most crops begins in May, immediately before the rainy season. The harvest season begins in November and lasts through January. The main agricultural exports are coffee,Read More…

Laguna de Apoyo Rim

Location of 35 acres of land for sale.

This clear title, encumbrance free property atop the Laguna de Apoyo crater rim is approximately 35 acres, and straddles the Granada and Diriomo district borders. Situated at 1700 feet above sea level, this parcel of land has a cool climate and an almost constant, refreshing breeze. Electricity and water areRead More…

What Gives With The Nicaragua Real Estate Market?

Over the past couple of months I’ve met a number of foreigners looking for property in Nicaragua who voiced their disappointment that the properties they looked at were not discounted much. Their assumption was that with Nicaragua’s real estate market not as robust as it once was, there would beRead More…

Yes You Can Get Scammed Buying Real Estate In Nicaragua

A rule of thumb in marketing goods or services is that you focus on the positive while avoiding any negative aspects. If there are negatives they’re included in a disclaimer written in tiny text at the bottom of the page or, in the case of TV or radio spots, spokenRead More…