San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua (PRWEB) February 23, 2008
Nicaragua is becoming a much more popular location for North American real estate investors, according to Latin American Home Investment. The Web site, which assists those looking to retire, invest or relocate to Latin America, has seen a recent increase in the popularity of Nicaraguan properties. The fact that this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition was photographed in Nicaragua may be a major factor in this trend.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition is the magazine's most popular issue of the year, so when they chose to do the photo shoot in Nicaragua it meant a huge amount of exposure for the country. Tourism in Nicaragua also remains strong, since there is an abundance of beautiful beaches, fertile lowlands and central highlands with wildlife and colonial history to enjoy. Another factor that has already contributed to the popularity of Nicaragua for North American investors is the relative ease of travel, with a short two-hour plane ride from Houston or Miami.
With the heightened interest in Nicaraguan real estate investments, the team at Latin American Home Investment wants buyers to know that purchasing homes is much different here than in the United States or Canada. Buyers should be careful to understand the risks they are taking and never invest more than they can afford to lose. It is a great country to retire, relocate or invest in, though, and with help from Latin American Home Investment the purchase can go smoothly.
For more information about real estate properties in Nicaragua and other Latin American locations, visit latinamericanhomeinvestment.com.
About Latin American Home Investment:
Living in Latin America is becoming more popular than ever before. An array of choices between communities, cities and land developers has come with that popularity. Latin American Home Investment has built a home for communication, input and suggestions for the best and worst Latin American Real Estate Opportunities. Their goal is to assist those seeking to retire, invest and relocate to Latin America.
Latin American Home Investment provides access to basic relocation and purchasing information for:
- Acapulco -- Mexico
- Baja California -- Mexico
- Cabo San Lucas -- Mexico
- Cancun -- Mexico
- Central Mexico
- Costa Rica
- Mayan Riviera -- Mexico
- Mexican Riviera
- Puerto Vallarta -- Mexico
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