Phil Hahn is tempting those of us convened in the meeting rooms of the Ft. George Hotel in Belize City right now with photos of the piece of property he’s begun developing in the Cayo District of this country.
Carmelita is crossed by a river and a nature-lover’s delight. This is lush hill country, where you spend your time on horseback, on the river, hiking the hills, exploring the rain forest, and discovering the caves and the Mayan ruins.
As Phil explains, “This is counter-largesse.” Just what the doctor ordered these days.
At Carmelita, residents will grow their own food (if they want) and power their houses with solar energy. Most important, they’ll become part of a like-minded community of others interested in sharing the same lifestyle.
Now, as I write, Phil is offering attendees at our event here in Belize City this week an opportunity to purchase a riverfront lot in this community-in-process for as little as US$20,000.
This is a special offer for conference attendees only. However, Phil has agreed to extend it to Live and Invest Overseas readers not in attendance this week only.
Community is the key word at Grand Baymen, too. This is the Ambergris Caye turn-key development of another friend actively investing in this country, Mike Cobb. Mike treated us to photos of what his ECI group is developing out on La Isla Bonita, as Ambergris is called. Here your choice is Caribbean, and you’re joining a well-established group of expats already enjoying the white sand and clear waters off Ambergris’ shores.
Best part is you can own at Grand Baymen for as little as US$99,000.
Back on the mainland coast, you have another turn-key option at Orchid Bay on the Bay of Chetumal. Here, your new Belize home would be situated on the beach among other homes of others also seeking escape and privacy in Belize’s delightfully undeveloped Corozal region.
At a cost of as little as US$39,500.
Kathleen Peddicord www.liveandinvestoverseas.com