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Simplify your Costa Rica retirement research with our in-depth article about renting and buying property in Costa Rica.
Want to retire in Costa Rica? Here's what you need to know about its climate, cost of living, visa requirements, real estate and much more.
To retire in Nicaragua may seem crazy. But, once you get to know this warm, beautiful, safe and affordable country, you might just fall in love with it. I did so when I moved here in 2010.
How do you find your best places to retire? We suggest a 3-step approach: 1 - define the criteria to evaluate the countries; 2- find comparable information (like we provide here at RetirePedia); 3 - decide on your top three and test-drive them.
When people ask me why I chose to make Nicaragua my home, my answer is: the Nicaraguan people! They make you feel welcome. There's always time for a chat and a smile. Read more about the Nicaraguan culture, shopping, nightlife and festivals in our short overview.
For your retirement in Nicaragua, you'll want to know how to become a legal resident. Do you need a lawyer? Which Nicaraguan visa and and residency options are best for you? What are the requirements and benefits of the pensionado program? Find all the answers here.
Having lived here since 2010, I can confidently say that the safety in Nicaragua is much better than its reputation. Learn why and how you can stay perfectly safe when you retire to Nicaragua.