Honduras is a country for dreamers...a place where Caribbean breezes lift fresh ocean air through your windows...where the sunlight glints off the water at odd angles...where the sound of waves lapping at the shore is just hypnotic enough to spirit away the dissonance of the 21st century...
But this is a country that appeals to realists as well…where you can indulge your dreams, even on a limited budget. Not only is Honduras a place of great natural beauty, but property prices are reasonable and the cost of living is low.
- Robinson Crusoe-Style Retreats on 7 of the World’s Best Islands
Posted on August 20, 2013 by International Living
When you ask folks who live on an island what drew them to life on a curio of clay, they tend to respond by saying things like, “I can live simply without much interference.”
Out beyond the turquoise water, waves break on the reef. I’m standing on a white-sand beach looking at the Caribbean. Behind me, a gentle breeze rustles the thick foliage covering the hillsides. The occasional sway of the trees reveals sheltered shorefront homes just back from the sand.
There’s a lot going on in the world of real estate opportunities right now…too much to fit in my regular weekly alerts.
That’s why I’ve made a brief video report alerting you to important updates on Mexico’s Caribbean coast…the island of Roatan…Fortaleza’s next big thing…Ecuador’s north coast…and more.
- Protected: Real Estate Trend Alert Update: Nov. 5, 2010
Posted on November 5, 2010 by Ronan McMahon
There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
I’ve just returned from a scouting trip to Roatan—the largest of Honduras’ Bay Islands. When I arrived on Roatan, I found was an island where everything had changed…and yet nothing had changed. Let me explain..
- Below-market Deals on Roatan—Up to 30% Off…For Now
Posted on July 21, 2010 by Joel and Anna Moskowitz
The market was clearly headed straight up in 2003 when we went to Roatan, Honduras, on an International Living tour.
- Below-market Deals on Roatan—up to 30% off…For Now
Posted on June 28, 2010 by International Living
When there is a disconnect between the public perception of a place and the reality on the ground, you’ll often find opportunity as an overseas property buyer.
- The Honduran mainland–a mixed-bag of Caribbean beachfront, cloud forest retreats, and lush valley hideaways
Posted on May 23, 2007 by Lee Harrison
Obediently, we raise our hands as the guard at the door frisks us. Once again, we stand out as visitors, as we have no pistol to hand over.
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