Nicaragua Real Estate
By: Natalie Sullivan
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Slow and steady progress is the name of the game for Nicaragua!!! All sectors continue to move forward including foreign investment in factories and businesses, telecommunications, exports, infrastructure, new housing starts, property sales, negotiations on the inter-oceanic canal, etc., you name it and it is probably growing.
This update includes some interesting articles about Nicaragua and some of my listings! If you don't see what you are looking for, please email me the details of your dream at Natalie.firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you photos of available properties that fit your budget and desires.
What Everybody Ought to Know About Healthcare in Nicaragua
Posted on 04 Jun, 2013 by Gran Pacifica in Healthcare in Nicaragua
When most people talk about vacationing or retiring in Nicaragua they mention the stunning coastline, the Spanish colonial architecture, the low cost of living - even the tropical climate. Although many people come to Nicaragua for these reasons, an overlooked fact is that the country also offers high-quality healthcare...
...Qualified bilingual doctors and medical professionals specializing in almost every area of medical practice are available in Nicaragua. In fact, many of the healthcare professionals in the country received their training in the United States...
Things You May Not Have Known about Nicaragua Healthcare
- Many people report that the cost of doctor visits, routine treatments, and services such as X-rays and mammograms cost less than a typical co-pay in the United States or Europe.
- Vivian Pellas Metropolita, a private hospital in Managua that opened in 2004, is considered one of the finest hospitals in Central America. It's the only hospital in Nicaragua that the U.S.-based Joint Commission International Accreditation organization is considering accrediting. The hospital is open 24 hours a day...
- You'll find that health care in Nicaragua is high quality and costs much less than in the United States or Europe. Emergency treatment in public hospitals is even free...
The reasons people are not only vacationing and retiring, but investing in Nicaragua are the same reasons experts and publications such as International Living and channels such as MSNBC refer to Nicaragua as "The World's Best Kept Retirement Secret" and one of the "best places to retire overseas." Besides the fun, sun, low cost of living and exciting activities, the country's healthcare system is one more reason to visit or buy real estate in Nicaragua.
Three Latin America Countries To Develop Gulf Of Fonseca
MANAGUA, May 9 (BERNAMA-NNN- Agencies) -- The presidents of three Central American nations -- Nicaragua, Honduras and El Salvador -- agreed Wednesday to create a tri-national development zone in the Gulf of Fonseca, which all of the three share...
...The Gulf of Fonseca, located on the Pacific side of the region, borders El Salvador to the north, Honduras to the east and Nicaragua to the south.
The presidents gave a technical commission, which will consist of personnel from the foreign ministries of the three countries, a maximum of 30 days to present the development plan for the maritime region, which has previously been a source of tension among the three.
"The gulf will stop being a zone of conflict to become a zone of unity for these three Central American countries".
Nicaragua fast-tracks huge, controversial canal project
By Luis Galeano, The Associated Press
MANAGUA, Nicaragua - Nicaragua is trying to revive a centuries-old dream of building an inter-ocean canal, a project experts say could take 11 years to build, cost $40 billion and require digging about 130 miles (200 kilometres) of waterway...
...Just as the Panama Canal was a projection of growing U.S. power at the start of the 20th century, the Nicaragua project is an expression of China's growing influence and financial clout around the world. Some are concerned, however, that while China's record in big infrastructure projects is solid, its track record on environmental sensitivity is unenviable...
...the project looks daunting..."I mean these things that we have done, the entire interstate highway system, these are massive projects that, if you were trying to put a lens to them, and say 'we can't get this because they're so massive,' we probably wouldn't have done them, but nonetheless, there they sit."...
..."this is a question of a project that is very important for the country, and that is why it is being given urgent priority."
"I think it is urgently necessary to solve problems like unemployment and making Nicaragua more attractive to investors, and that's why we should approve this speedily," said Erwin Castro, a congressman from Ortega's Sandinista Front.
"I do not understand what the rush is," said opposition congressman Luis Callejas, who said lawmakers have been asked to discuss the bill Friday. "It's such a sensitive topic that the population should be consulted."
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