If you are here it is safe to assume you are at least moderately interested in the Latin Tropics.
Well, guess what?
You are in the right place.
We have created a ton of stuff over the years aimed at helping people figure out where to live or invest.
From investment philosophy in El Salvador to how much it costs to buy groceries in Panama, we have been striving to anticipate the needs of all our readers.
Maybe you want an up and coming place on the beach or a city in mountains, either way, we want to help you figure it out.
The Quick Start Page is meant to act as easy way to access our best and most helpful creations, as well as, get to know us a bit.
Most of our readers are independent at heart and really don’t like being told what to do, this is no exception.
If something tickles your fancy go ahead and look, watch or listen.
This is a tough question, as everyone is a little different.
Our part is to provide accurate information and not embellish or exaggerate.
Everywhere is not “great” and we know it, but with our matter of fact approach we aim to help you quickly sift through different and come up with your perfect paradise.
To get started try our unique and helpful
We wrote a series of articles meant to pit one country VS another, we use several different categories to compare each battle royal.
Panama Vs. Costa Rica, Ecuador Vs. Nicaragua, and so on….
Only you can decide the ultimate winner.
If you answered yes, we have you covered.
Tune into the Central American Real Estate Show our new mini-series. Each show we interview different real estate professionals in countries all over the Latin Tropics and talk real estate.
There are five different episodes in the series and it is growing all the time.
Note: Click on article info to download show and listen when ever you decide on your mobile device.
Listen to real estate professionals discuss their markets, where the opportunities are today, and who is buying.
Play it below or visit the show page here.
Nicaragua and all its awesome potential. Barry Oliver, a real estate professional, has over 10 years of experience in the country and his knowledge will make a difference if you are considering buying or investing there.
Market updates and actionable information you should hear.
Listen below or Click here for more information about the show
At out core that is who we are, investors.
Even though we have grown our business to help people in all aspects of moving to Central America, we have spent years thinking about investing.
We suggest downloading Pay Dirt! our popular guide on how to invest in real estate.
It distills our 20 years of experience into a useful tool for anyone interested in buying property.
The video below was made originally to promote our investment e-mail series. That series has now become Pay Dirt! a 50 page book
Paydirt is an e-book that is over 50 pages
This e-book will teach you how to invest like us.
The information within its pages works for buying a house or investing millions of dollars. We use the principals for both.
To busy to read right now?
You can always listen to our podcast episode,
In it we cover several of the subjects covered in Pay Dirt!
(We are not trying to be creepy, we just want you know you can download episodes of our podcast and listen anytime, anywhere on any device)
Ricardo Faraudo discusses all your residency option in Panama and even if you need to worry about it all.
A discussion with residency attorney Andrea Pignatauro about all your options for living in Costa Rica
Here are out thoughts after returning from scouting out Medellin and El Salvador.
Don’t even think about it before listening to this show. Deconstructing Construction is a discussion about the nuts and bolts of building a home, what to do and what not do.
Well you can. Our Boca Chica Island project offers uncrowded jungle living just 40 minutes from the airport.
is our other project in Panama.
It is almost sold out, but some of the best lots are still available. 1/2 acres pieces on or near the beach starting at $39,000
While building a dock on Boca Chica Island “Disaster Strikes”
They were placing an extremely heavy concrete block to act as anchor for the future float on the dock.
Shockingly, the boats were up and running again in less than hour after this happened.
See the show page for more information about Ex-smuggler Brian O’dea here
More on this epic showdown between Spain and the New World can be seen on the show page here