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Become a Granada Expert In The Next 30 Minutes

Imagine you could buy a e-book that told you everything you need to know about Granada, Nicaragua. And the book included information about the city of Granada, Nicaragua the country, immigration, cost of living, and pretty much everything else you might want to know.

Not only would you know about Granada, you would also be ready to take action.

You can do all of this in the next 30 minutes. What are you waiting for?

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Who This Book Is For

Are you considering moving or retiring or investing in Granada, Nicaragua?

Or do you just want to learn more about Granada right this minute?

Then the starter kit is for you.

Just want to learn a little more

When you you are considering another place to live you want information. You need to decide if this is a pipe dream or a real alternative.

How do you do that when it’s in a place you’ve never been to? Well, it’s pretty simple really. First you need to make sure Granada is worth a visit.

You can do this by researching, sending emails, and reading forums. But this is time consuming and hard to verify.

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What the Book Covers

The Granada Starter Kit covers everything from how to get to Granada from the airport all the way up to how to get the biggest bang for your real estate buck.

We’ve addressed topics that help you understand what your life in Granada would be like. Things like the average temperatures and how much you can expect to spend in a month.

We’ve also hit on some of the meatier stuff like what your residency options are and how to go about finding a qualified attorney. Most importantly, we’ve detailed what we feel are the best (and the worst) reasons to consider relocating to Granada.

The information provided is based on our research, as well as a lot of our own hands-on experience with these processes.

We’ve also personally interviewed those who live in and love Granada, as well as those who left it and never looked back. We’re confident you can benefit greatly from our expertise.

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What Each Section Covers

From Antiquity to Modernism; the Historic Dynamics of Granada

Many would-be expats, discouraged by the U.S. and global economic crises, have turned to Granada seeking something better. And they’ve found it. Like you, they’ve been intrigued by this town and where it’s headed.

But before you learn about the town’s advancements, you should find out more about the civilization from which it emerged. Here you can read about the city’s deep roots that can be traced back as far as the ancient Mayans.

You’ll also learn about how it flourished for many years as one of the earliest Spanish colonies, despite impending threats by pirates and other invaders. Also in this section is the story how the early settlement was the victim of a devastating tragedy, traces of which still remain to this day.

Part I Discovering Modern Nicaragua

Here you’ll get a better understanding of present-day Granada, as well as the rest of Nicaragua. We’ve outlined some of the opportunities and advantages available to you if you decide to make it your home.

Find out how the events of the last century have shaped the nation and the current state of its political and economic climates. Learn about the historic buildings and colonial homes that are listed for sale with surprisingly low price tags, leaving room in the budget for the rehabilitation and renovation that is underway throughout the area.

If you do plan to buy a home, you’ll learn how to find viable properties and professionals you can trust. We’ve also explained why it’s important to do your due diligence when buying property in Granada.

You can learn about all the benefits offered to investors and new residents, such as import and property tax exemptions. We’ve even highlighted some of the residency options, including the popular pension program, and the requirements for obtaining them.

This section also offers valuable information for those who wish to start a business in Granada. You’ll find information about the local labor force, their education and skill levels, and how their lifestyle plays a factor in the way they work and relate.

You’ll also learn about things affecting your day-to-day life, such as paying taxes and finding reliable telecommunication services.

Part II: Granada Department Demographics

Here you’ll find important information that relates to specifically to the Granada “Department,” as the country’s burroughs or counties are called. Read about the sectors that drive its economy and the role tourism plays.

There’s also the information everyone wants to know, the cost of living! Find out how much it really takes to rent a house, buy groceries, or be entertained in Granada…with specific examples from local real estate experts.

We’ve also discussed the state of the health care system and the quality, affordable service that’s available. In addition, you can find out what the current administration is continuing to do to improve it.

You’ll also learn what kind of expats are living in Granada and how they’re spending their retirement, or even their working years. You might be surprised to know they’re not all a bunch of washed up old-timers.

Read about the spectacular climate and varied topography that make Granada so interesting, as well as what’s so great about its location in the Pacific basin. Find out about the opportunities to take a trek up to the top of a nearby dormant volcano or visit the largest and most interesting lake in Central America.

Part III: Granada Culture and Social Life

In this section, you’ll learn about the people of Granada…their language, music, religion, and dress. You’ll also learn about the creative and artistic nature of the culture, both of the indigenous people as well as its recent immigrants.

We’ve also outlined some of the challenges facing the area, including its education system and literacy rate. Find out how many expats are giving back to their community and offering their services as volunteers and consultants to assist the locals.

In their spare time, expats participate in a variety of activities in and around the city. Learn about some of their top travel destinations where they can enjoy ecotourism opportunities, aquatic adventures, and historical sites. Find out about the active expat community and how they keep in touch and help each other out.

In addition, you can read about all there is to do in Granada, from sports and outdoor recreation to poetry and religious festivals to a running of the bulls and a parade of horses and much, much more.

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If you read the book and decide that it just didn’t live up to its billing, let me know. I will refund your money no questions asked.

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So what are you waiting for? By now, you could have been well on your way to learning if Granada is right for you.

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About the Authors

Park Wilson and Josh Linnes have lived in Latin America as expats for a combined 15 years. They have purchased miles of coastline in the tropics, traveled every bit of the Pacific Coast from the U.S. to Panama and most recently, Ecuador.

They have raised families in multiple expat communities, made friends with the locals, and started several successful businesses in Latin America.

Park and Josh are featured regularly in major media outlets such as the Huffington Post and Ocean Homes Magazine.

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