Real Estate Agents in Nicaragua
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Moving to Nicaragua? Will it be the city of Managua? Nicaragua is primarily an agricultural country, other sectors like construction, mining, fisheries and commerce have been expanding over the years. The expat population in Nicaragua is relatively small as there is still stigma attached to the violence this country experienced in its recent past. The capital city of Managua is the third largest of the settlements in Central America, while León is recognized as the cultural capital of the country, with a strong literary culture, and the famous León Cathedral, which has been declared a world heritage site. For most nationals, a visa is not necessary when traveling to Nicaragua for a tourist stay of under 90 days. Visitors do need to purchase a tourist card upon arrival. Most places of employment will arrange any details of work permits for you, and for people conducting short-term business without residency there is no need for a permit. Those that intend to stay longer or are looking to apply for residency should get in touch with Nicaraguan Immigration for more details. There are plenty of options for you when searching for accommodation, from brand-new, modern apartments to more traditional houses. Housing can range from a studio apartment to a traditional villa. It is helpful to work out your budget and what size of accommodation is required well in advance so that your agent knows what to do. To put more emphasis on using a local real estate agent or relocation adviser, your search for a local real estate agent in Nicaragua that might even speak your language starts here on Housing Agent.