Chasing the Central American Dream


Many are flocking to Central America for a more philosophical reason. Have you come to the realization that Europe isn’t what it used to be, and the American Dream is getting harder and harder to find? For many, the pursuit of the American Dream has led them to Central America. An economic environment that people are slowly discovering that encourages growth, and a culture of close-knit, caring communities; the kinds of things that once made America great, but have unfortunately  started to disappear. Many are finding that these ideals have expatriated to Central America.

The increased tourist traffic is encouraging news for those who own property or businesses in this region. This is another reason so many are flocking to Central America: the amazing investment opportunities. Nicaragua is a great example of this. This country is experiencing rapid growth, especially in the real estate market. Prices are low, and the potential for future growth is high. This makes it the perfect time to consider purchasing real estate in Nicaragua.

The New American Dream is moving to Central America


The American Dream – that age-old cultural tale that permeates into every single part of our lives. Why did we go to school, church, work, and thanksgiving day parades? What was it that brought the pilgrims and settlers to the U.S. and inspired the founding fathers to write the constitution? What drives people to take chances, risk their futures on the opening of a new business, move into a newly developed neighborhood, or join new community organizations? What exactly is the “American Dream” for many Baby boomers? That expression dates back to a post-war period in U.S. history. Suburbia exploded. Comfort, wealth, and leisure defined the middle class. Schools were world-class, unemployment was not a problem, and platonic families were large, traditional foundations of social life.

  • 40% of the workforce will be temporary workers by 2020.
  • Women are leaving the corporate world.
  • The old minority is the new majority.
  •  Over 40% of the U.S. workforce will be leaving in the next decade.

The world we live in is in distress  on an increasing basis. Violence is rife, education is failing, and the middle class is disappearing. It has never been harder to enter the middle class, or exit it as a retiree. Families are struggling , healthcare is insanely expensive.

Have you been wanting to start a business ? Do you want to live by your own rules, set your own schedule, and go where you want, whenever you please? How about if there was an opportunity to do this in paradise, and with a lower cost of living than you rely on now? Sound too good to be true? It’s not. It’s becoming a very real possibility, and retirees especially are turning towards Central America in waves. Baby boomer populations are seeking healthier environments in friendly nations south of the U.S. border.

But it’s not just retirees that are making their home in Central America. There is an increasing amount of younger generations also looking for more stable lifestyles because to them it’s not where, but how you live that makes you happy. It’s not what you consume, but what you give to society that creates a lasting impact.


Have you been considering becoming a part of the booming trend of  baby boomers to retire in paradise and leave a lasting legacy for your children and grandchildren?


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