luxury real estate Archive

Cuenca Real Estate: No Secret, but Still a Great Value

Back in 2010 we wrote about Cuenca luxury real estate and although the word was getting out at that point, only those who read publications like International Living were really hearing much about it. Then the bandwagon press machine started up in earnest and the city got mentioned as a retirement hotspot in magazines and [&hellip

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Luxury Real Estate on the Mainland Coast of Honduras – Trujillo

Honduras has been getting into the news for all the wrong reasons the last couple years, but to contrarian investors who are savvy enough to always buy low and sell high, oceanfront property here is looking very attractive. The Honduras mainland has long played second fiddle to the Bay Islands. Roatan has been an expatriate [&hellip

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If You’ve Thought About Living in Latin America…

The reason we run luxury real estate round-up articles on this travel site is that many people end up buying where they’ve traveled. Or at least come back and rent long-term. How many times have you heard someone say, “We went there on vacation and just fell in love with the place.” So they end [&hellip

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A Favorite Central American Real Estate Hotspot, in English Even

A bit of trivia for your next cocktail party: what’s the one nation in Central America where English is the official language? That would be Belize, which also happens to be one of the best places in all of Latin America for a foreigner to buy real estate. There are great incentives in place, the [&hellip

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Real Estate Reboot on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica

Like most markets that were closely tied to the U.S. housing market, the central Pacific Coast in Costa Rica went through quite a downturn the past few years. Investors who previously could depend on rapid appreciation saw their home values level off or fall. In some cases they fell quite a bit. Situations like this [&hellip

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An Update on Real Estate in Bocas del Toro, Panama

Bocas del Toro has long been the Caribbean’s Badlands, a string of islands for rugged castaways and those escaping something—or someone. This string of islands off the coast of Panama has long been touted, along with Honduras’ Bay Islands, as one of the last real values in the Caribbean. For a while, the trajectory seemed [&hellip

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