You can buy and retire in Nicaragua from under $100,000
I moved to Nicaragua 10 years ago and live in an adorable two-bedroom, two-bathroom home on half an acre with a beautiful ocean view. That would never have happened in the U.S. I also retired 11 years early. Back home I’d be working until the day I died.
There are five areas in Nicaragua where the infrastructure and expat communities can offer you a different life than the one you are used to in the U.S.
San Juan del Sur (where I live) is often called “the party town on the beach,” but it has also been finding its way as an art town. Fledgling art organizations crop up and work together and separately to provide a new art scene for this tiny three-square-block city.