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Paraiso Escondido beachfront lots_July_05_2013


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Excellent beach front lots for sale. Ideals for people who wants to relax and love nature. Private and secure beach.

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Paraiso Escondido beachfront lots_July_05_2013

  1. 1. Nicaragua a great place to live!!!
  3. 3. Paraiso Escondido 68 miles from Managua and 15 miles from the city of Leon The only fresh water lake with sharks. The only island with 2 volcanos. Granada, the oldest city in the Continental America.
  4. 4. Human Capital
  5. 5. Personal Safety Nicaragua is not only an emerging country, it s also safe. According the INCAE, Interpol and the Inter-American Institute for Human Rights is Nicaragua rated as the safest country in Central America. The crime rates are lower than the US and many EU contries.
  6. 6. Favorable Legal Framework and Attractive Fiscal Incentives Law No. 344 provides: a) The State of Nicaragua encourages and promotes foreign investment. b) Equal treatment of foreign and domestic investment. There is no discrimination against foreign investors. c) Eliminates restrictions on the way in which foreign capital can enter the country. d) Recognizes the foreign investor's right to own and use property without limitation. e) Freedom to repatriate all capital and profits
  7. 7. Law of Resident Pensioners and Retirees (Decree 628): a) Import up to US$20,000 worth of household goods for your own home, free of import taxes. b) Import or purchase of a new car of up to US$ 25,000, for personal or general use, exempt from import and Sales tax. If used, the car has to be 7 years old at the most. c) Import an additional vehicle every 4 years under the same tax exemptions. d) Import and or purchase of construction materials for up to $50,000, tax free, for the construction of a house. e) Exoneration of the Sales Tax on rental cars for tourism purposes.
  8. 8. Retire in Nicaragua (law 694): a) Those with retirements from a public or private institution are eligible to retire in Nicaragua with only $600 in monthly pension. b) Those with income from a stable source such as dividends are eligible with just $750 per month. c) The retiree’s spouse, children and parents are also eligible for just $150 per person. d) Retirees are also granted a tax exemption up to $200,000 for professional or scientific items, provided they are used for the benefit of Nicaraguan society.
  9. 9. Coastal Zones Development Law (Law 690): a) The purpose of this law is to promote sustainable development of coastal areas and use their invaluable tourist potential. The law recognizes and respects the rights of property legally acquired by individuals and companies, domestic and foreign.
  10. 10. Going Global Member of the World Trade Organization (WTO). Nicaragua has engaged in multilateral negotiations, regional and bilateral negotiations (Free Trade Agreements). Access to the most important markets in the world, which allows companies that operate in Nicaragua to establish a cost-effective export platform for key markets in North, Central and South America, as well as Europe and Asia. In the 2011, Nicaragua was ranked as the fourth most globalized country in Latin America. Six factors that measure a country’s links with the outside world, such as exports and imports of goods and services as a percent of GDP, foreign direct investment as a percent of GDP and tourism receipts as a percent of GDP.
  11. 11. Mayor Foreigner Investment • Canadá (US$255.5 millones). • US (US$158.8) business, services, energy and tourism. • España (US$115.6 millones), comunications. México (US$85.9 millones), comunications. • Total $967M, increase 90.5% vs 2010. • European Free-Trade starts in 2012.
  12. 12. Exports 62%
  13. 13. Exports by country European-CA Free Trade Total Exports $2,259M
  14. 14. Tourism 14%
  15. 15. Tourism In the first semester of 2012 tourist arrivals have increased 11.5% compared to the first semester of 2011. 42%vs 2006
  16. 16. Tourism Income In the first semester of 2012, tourism revenues have increased 19% compared to the first semester of 2011.
  17. 17. Nicaragua – The Premier Emerging Market in Central America Ranked No 3 “The 46 Places to Go in 2013” The New York Times Published January 11, 2013 Easily Accessible—Less than a 3 hr flight from Miami, Atlanta or Houston with over 100 International Flights per week arriving in Managua. Top 5 Value Destinations for 2011. Lonely Planet The ease of purchasing real state, tax incentives, low crime and a laid-back lifestyle on a gorgeous strech of coast make it appealing. The Los Angeles Times.
  18. 18. Nicaragua – The Premier Emerging Market in Central America Topped 1M Visitors in 2010 for the first time in the country s history, 120K more than Costa Rica in 2010. Nicaragua Tourism Institute 17% Increase in Foreign Direct Investment in 2011 Nicaragua Ministry of Development, Industry and Trade Ranked No 1 Central American Country for “Investor Protection” in 2011 World Bank Doing Business Report 2011 Ranked Top 3 Travel Destinations for 2011 in Central America Travel Age West.
  19. 19. Remarkable reasonable cost of living • The cost of living for a family of 3 is about $422 dls a month.
  20. 20. Cheap health care of the Top quality in Nicaragua Health Care • Several hospitals and private clinics in Managua and Leon provide high- quality health care at very affordable prices. • Doctor´s visit $30 dls. • House calls $35 dls • Cat Scan $100 • X-ray $17 • Many specialists have been trained in the US. Top News is the International accreditation of the Metropolitano Hospital in Managua by the JCI (Joint Commsission International). It s one of the 220 hospitals worldwide, and only the 13th in Latin America to have received the JCI seal of quality.
  21. 21. León • Leon, the second oldest city in the Continental America. • City where Ruben Dario´s rests remain. Ruben Dario has been praised “The prince of Castilian letters" and "Father of Modernism" • Ruins of one of the first Spanish colonial cities that were built in the continent. • Attractive historical center and colonial buildings. • Attractive destination due to its museums, art galleries, colorful colonial architecture, an imposing cathedral, and the facades of its churches. The city also has hotels, restaurants, local tour operators, bars and clubs. It is also a good starting point to explore the region. • Beaches on the Pacific Ocean, which are spread throughout the municipalities of Nagarote and Leon. (good waves for surfing and a nice estuary) are located in Nagarote. • Poneloya and Las Peñitas. In front of the last one, tourists will find the Juan Venado Island Natural Reserve.
  22. 22. The Leon Cathedral • The most emblematic buildings was declared a World Heritage on a press release issued today, June 28th, • Inside the monumental church, visitors can find the grave of the renowned Nicaraguan poet Ruben Dario, as well as a variety of important art pieces. • It is worth mentioning that Nicaragua also has other World Heritages. The theater play El Güegüense (2005), the Garífuna Dances of the Nicaraguan and Central American Caribbean Coast (2001) and the Ruins of Leon Viejo (2000) are on this list. For further information about the press release, visit UNESCO's.
  23. 23. Site of the project
  24. 24. Panoramic view at Paraiso Escondido Beach
  25. 25. urist attractions close to Paraiso Escondid Leon Cathedral Ruins of Leon Viejo World Heritages
  26. 26. urist attractions close to Paraiso Escondid Museum of Culture, Leon San Jacinto hot spring Juan Venado Island Ecotouism trial
  27. 27. urist attractions close to Paraiso Escondid Beach horse riding Fishing Volcano Surfing Surfing
  28. 28. Property location
  29. 29. Master Plan (Km 1 a 1.9)
  30. 30. Cost of lots Beachfront US$ 45 River side US$ 38 Lot sizes 750 to 945 square meters Average price per lot US$ 35,000 Cost per square meter
  31. 31. Introductory price (First 10 lots sold) Beachfront US$ 38 River side US$ 32 Availability 50 beachfront lots. 65 river side lots. Cost per square meter
  32. 32. Ronald Benard Lacayo Email: Cel: (505) 8720-0200 Francisco Chamorro Email: Cel.: (505) 8850-0348 Thank youGracias