Nicaragua: Best Overseas Real Estate Market – International Living

Five Reasons Why Nicaragua is One of the Best Overseas Real Estate Markets - International LivingGet your free report on Nicaragua here: 17 -- Lee Harrison says we've all heard the old adage that money can't buy happiness and that material possessions won't bring long-term satisfaction. But Lee says that having plenty of money and lots of possessions suited him just fine... but as it turned out, not having them felt even better. By moving abroad, Lee discovered that he could get more fun and enjoyment for less money... a deal he's pretty pleased with. Find out how he did it in his January 17 postcard.Jan 18 -- Margaret Summerfield of Pathfinder Real Estate writes in tell us that, while tourist numbers grew steadily in Nicaragua over the last three years, property prices didn't. Nicaragua is rated as one of the top destinations to visit in 2011 by Lonely Planet, Travel Agewest and Shermans Travel, but the place is full of property bargains of all kinds. Margaret tell you the five specific reasons that Nicaragua is one of the best overseas real estate markets around in her January 18 postcard.Jan 19 -- Steenie Harvey is on the road and writing from what has been called a "French island basking in the Italian sun." No large scale resorts, no over-development. Instead, Steenie tells us about 600 miles of coastline necklaced with silver beaches, crescent moon coves, stone towers and tiny fishing villages. No need to guess where this is... it's Corsica... but it's Corsica as only Steenie Harvey can describe it. See for yourself in Steenie's January 19 postcard. 20 -- Steenie continues here Corsican journey with a visit to the villages of the Balagne region, with grandstand views of white yachts, silver sands and luminous blue sea. And if you feel like making Corsica your home, Steenie says a one-bedroom, 35-square-meter apartment in Ile Rousse can be had for $160,000. Far less than French Riviera prices, but the same weather and completely unspoiled. Find out more in Steenie's January 20 postcard.Jan 21 -- Darius Fisher has a way that you can live abroad hotels, no guesthouses...your own home for a week, a month or more. He did it in Amsterdam, and over three glorious weeks, he munched cumin-speckled Gouda from the local cheese shop, biked along cobblestone streets, sipped wine on his doorstep, and got to know the Dutch capital. The best part was, he did it all rent-free. How? Find out in his January 21 postcard.Jan 22 -- You may have heard of Cancun and the Papagayo Peninsula in Costa Rica... two places where the path of progress made savvy investors rich if they knew enough to recognize the signs early. Ronan McMahon of Pathfinder Real Estate says three things are essential... vision, credible research, and the ability to stay the trade, and Ronan knows three places where the path of progress is on the march. Read his January 22 postcard to find out more.Sign up for all these postcards and more for free here: and don't forget to visit the International Living Facebook page.