Nicaragua is remarkably inexpensive, enjoys the lowest crime rate in Central America (actually lower than the U.S. and Canada), has year-round weather between 78-92 F. with a constant water temperature between 78 and 82.  Most of all, it is a gorgeous, unspoiled country.  The small fishing village of Salinas Grandes is rich in its beauty and in its people, who are warm, welcoming and passionate about the gifts of life naturally bestowed upon them.

WHY CHOOSE NICA?

Nicaragua’s lower cost of living does not mean you have to sacrifice the quality of life you have been accustomed to in the U.S. or Canada. In fact, you will probably be able to live in Nicaragua with even more luxuries than you are accustomed to, simply because the prices are so economical. Many live comfortably on $1,200 a month for a couple. Spend $2,000 and you’re living in high style. A single person can live very well on much less.

December - May delivers sunny days every day but the temperature doesn't really change much all year long.  Weather temperature is typically 78-90 and the water temperatures are also consistently warm (typically 76-82) year round.  Sunsets are gorgeous with a full array of stunning colors.

CLIMATE & WEATHER
COST OF LIVING = Quality of Life
SAFETY & SECURITY

We have lived here on and off, for six years.  In all that time, whether here or abroad, there has never been so much as a toothpick taken from us.  The Nicaraguan people are incredibly honest and show respect for what belongs to you.  The police are an active, and helpful, presence and regularly stop by just to say hello!

Between the coffee growing on hillsides and the crops in the field, the entire year shows its ecological wealth.  The skies and the stars at night are truly something to behold and the volcanoes, endless lakes and remarkable tours provide so many options for enjoying your time in the land of beauty.

NATURAL BEAUTY

The cost of living a beautiful life is much lower in Nicaragua.  In most cities in Nicaragua, rent for a small apartment runs$300 to $500 and a family-size home runs $700.

International travelers are often surprised to learn that the United Nations ranks Nicaragua as one of the safest countries in Latin America.

In Salinas Grandes there are two seasons, one with some rain and one without.  The rainy season (June - November) is gorgeously green with typical rain in the afternoon, similar to Hawaii or Costa Rica.

Nicaragua’s lower cost of living does not mean you have to sacrifice the quality of life you have been accustomed to in the U.S. or Canada. In fact, you will probably be able to live in Nicaragua with even more luxuries than you are accustomed to, simply because the prices are so economical. Many live comfortably on $1,200 a month for a couple. Spend $2,000 and you’re living in high style. A single person can live very well on much less.

Nicaragua is filled with lush fields and utterly stunning beaches.  The local flowers and trees are filled with the most beautiful flowers and the views and vistas are simply breathtaking.

We have lived here on and off, for six years.  In all that time, whether here or abroad, there has never been so much as a toothpick taken from us.  The Nicaraguan people are incredibly honest and show respect for what belongs to you.  The police are an active, and helpful, presence and regularly stop by just to say hello!

December - May delivers sunny days every day but the temperature doesn't really change much all year long.  Weather temperature is typically 78-90 and the water temperatures are also consistently warm (typically 76-82) year round.  Sunsets are gorgeous with a full array of stunning colors.

Between the coffee growing on hillsides and the crops in the field, the entire year shows its ecological wealth.  The skies and the stars at night are truly something to behold and the volcanoes, endless lakes and remarkable tours provide so many options for enjoying your time in the land of beauty.

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We are represented in Nicaragua by Aurora Leon Real Estate.  Jordan Clark can provide information about the house or arrange for you to visit.  He can be reached at 505-8840-2276 or on his US phone at 415-839-6690.  You can email the office at info@nicaraguarealestateleon.com.  Our offering price was $239,000 USD and has just been reduced to $175,000 USD.  .