Looking for a farm close to Masaya. Need to start looking in other areas. Please help.
I am Freddy, when visiting my family in Central America I met a wonderful woman from Nicaragua and have been with her ever since. I left Nicaragua to work but Nicaragua never left me. I miss the natural beauty and the bright people everyday. So much so that I am going to live off the land in Nicaragua. My wife has been looking for farms near her house in Masaya for over a month. The locals know that she is married to a US national because word gets around fast, and it has made buying a farm near her family impossible. The farms that we did find didn’t have a safe title (death in the family they said) and they asked us to pay 3000 cordobas to help fix the title. That sounds skechy because after we pay they could just back out of the deal. She also has looked on carretera tititapa in between masaya and tipitapa (lots of farms and it is cheaper there) where they don’t know her, but it is still close to her home. I hoping to find information on where we might look to find a property around 3 manzanas. What areas close to Masaya should we look. Prices seem to vary significantly I think they are mostly based on how desperately the owner wants to sell it. Thank you! This is a great site.
Grenada is too expensive The area between Masaya and Grenada is affordable but there is nothing available becuase everyone knows her and they are asking for $80,000 for a manzana. She looked near Guanacastillo (between tipitapa and masaya) and said there wasnt much, Mabe I am not sure if she is not talking to the right people. But last time I checked the economy is tough why wouldnt people want to sell? How does one find a property without gringofied prices? Like I found my apartment? walk around with a nicaraguan and talk to everyone with a "se aquilan" sign. I am clueless. A friend metioned looking in the Boaco area, less expensive but very far from her family. I apriciate any help. I am looking for a flat piece of land 2 manzanas just to grow food for my family, not for cattle or coffe, with a maximum distance of an hour from a town.