Top 5 places with the best real estate investment options (part 1)

Top 5 places with the best real estate investment options (part 1)

Real estate is a popular investment with a lot of people. And why shouldn’t it be? It is a perfect opportunity to invest your money into something that you and your children and grandchildren are going to be able to enjoy for a long time to come. But, there is so many choices. Which one is the best here?

Here are the best places to invest in real estate in.
  1. Algarve, Portugal
  2. Ambergris Caye, Belize
  3. Cayo, Belize
  4. Granada, Nicaragua
  5. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

1. Algarve, Portugal

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Low costs for real estate and cost of the ocean – what more can you ask for here? Would you like to buy a coast-facing 7-bedroom home? Well, here you can do just that for less than $8 million. Neat, huh?

Plus, the region has no restriction for foreign ownership. Meaning, every one of can be a real-estate owner here.

2. Ambergris Caye, Belize

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One-bedroom condo just next to the beach at the largest island in Belize for only $150000? That is a possibly here! I couldn’t believe the numbers either, but in reality, prices here make this destination one of the most attractive for the real-estate hunters.

3. Cayo, Belize

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Another Belize option, but it is better for those who doesn’t care for the beach and ocean view. Those, preferring green colors and fresh mountain air should really think about this area of our planet. Homes here can be bought starting from $130.000. That is not a huge amount, especially if you are a successful professional. Looking for an interesting investment.

4. Granada, Nicaragua

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A more interesting and exotic option, coming from 1524. Yes, that is a year when this city was founded by Spanish conquistador Francisco Fernández de Córdoba. That means that a lot of property here was turned into the livable spaces out of historical homes. So, you can easily buy something with long history starting from $100.000 all the way up to $400.000.

For as little as $50.000 you can be an owner of un-renovated Spanish house.

5. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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Beauty of the ocean, sunny and warm weather and good food – these are the price-forming factors that are forming an extremely expensive rentals price. But that means that a lot of house-hunters prefer to buy in order to see their money back in some time. Purchasing simply to have a vacation destination is also a popular option here.

Pacific Ocean from one side, mountains from the other – piece of heaven.

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