Many people are facing the retirement dilemma today where they desire to retire, but don’t feel like they have the money or income to do it. However, many smart retirees and baby boomers are realizing that moving abroad to a community which provides North American quality at Latin American prices is a way of making their money go further.
Moving to Gran Pacifica, a beachfront community in Nicaragua, with its world-class infrastructure and amenities, friendly ex-pat community, stunning location, surf and golf can turn your retirement dreams into your daily life.
Live in a Community, Not a Retirement Home
We don’t sit in rocking chairs at Gran Pacifica (unless we’re just enjoying the view of sunset over the beach before we meet up for dinner with friends). We are an active community where you have every opportunity to make the most of your time, whether you like 9 holes of golf before breakfast, or a stroll on the beach afterwards. There are so many choices of things to do.
But Why Come to Nicaragua?
The real Nicaragua is largely unknown to most North Americans. It has hundreds of miles of untouched coastlines, as rugged and scenic as the most beautiful parts of California.
On the Atlantic side, you will experience an Caribbean culture with English speaking people and beautiful white sand and clear waters. In the center of the country, you will find cooler weather and a culture based around coffee and cattle industry.
Modern Health Care in Nicaragua – Excellence for Less
Nicaragua offers excellent bilingual doctors and medical professionals in every mayor field. In Managua, there are several private hospitals with modern health care services where the doctors have the time to chat with you and offer quality treatment.
If things get complicated you can always go back home for the latest medical technology, but for the most part you can take care of your health with the local private system.
Nicaraguan Residency is Easier Than You Think
Retiring in Nicaragua became a very attractive option when the ‘Law of Resident Pensioners and Retirees,’ was passed. It applies to everyone over 45 years old and the requirement for monthly income is one of the lowest in the world.
Nicaragua does not require that you have residency to own land, though you need to leave the country for 72 hours every 90 days if you chose this option. Nicaragua is very accommodating to foreigners.