The Nicaragua Lifestyle Conference

If you are looking for a vacation home, or want to start a business or retire in Nicaragua, then the Nicaragua Lifestyle Conference in Managua on May 15, 2013, is the conference you won’t want to miss. It’s a targeted, specific conference which focuses entirely on living in Nicaragua and what you need to know.

Relocating your life and business, obtaining the right visas, moving yourself offshore and what facts you have on hand before you make the move, will usually decide how successful your overseas moving plan will be. It’s all about how much research and preparation you do beforehand. Whatever the reason you want to leave your native country, whether it be politics, economic factors, health care costs or just darn tired of the winter weather, there are still things you need to figure out before you start packing up your worldly possessions.
That’s why we have created this Conference to give you all the facts follow your dreams to a life overseas. The lineup of the Nicaraguan Lifestyle Conference is one you do not want to miss out on.  Want to get a great experience of Nicaragua at the same time?  Sign up for our 12 Day Fact Finding Tour of Nicaragua, the ideal relocation tour for retirees and business people who are planning on moving to Nicaragua.

The keynote presentation will be by Mr. Mike Cobb, the CEO and Chairman of ECI Development. He has spoken at hundreds of these conferences abroad. He will present “The 15 Due Diligence Questions You Must Ask When Buying Property Overseas.” You need to hear what he has to say before you think about signing a contract for that new beach house. Outside of your home country, laws and customs are different. It’s a whole new world out there and he will tell you what you need to know before you buy.

If you are planning to retire in Nicaragua, live in Nicaragua, or do business there, you will want to hear Mr. Chale Espinosa‘s presentation about real estate investment. He has worked for Chase Manhattan Bank N.A. in Puerto Rico, Mexico, and New York, Citizens and Southern Bank (now owned by Bank of America) and Standard Chartered Bank Plc.

Mr. Sergio Corrales, attorney and partner of the law firm Garcia and Bodan in San Juan del Sur, will speak about navigating the Nicaraguan legal system. Each country has its own laws and Mr. Corrales presents the facts for Canadians and Americans future expats. Moving to a foreign country can often be quite a complicated process.

From Title Coordination Services (TCI), Ms. Maria Amanda Hurtado, will speak on using “… Your Head – Not Your Heart When Buying Your Overseas Retirement Home.” She will tell you the facts you need to know once you’ve found that lovely beachfront dream home or Colonial manse. You have to be logical about that exciting moment when you’ve found the home of your dreams.

Also featured in our lineup is Arlen Perez, who is the Medical Tourism manager at the Metropolitano Vivian Pellas Hospital located in Managua. She will explain healthcare and medical tourism in Nicaragua. And did you know – the two main types of health insurance plans available to you in Nicaragua?

There are more of the experts in Nicaragua presenting that we’re not going to mention here.  It’s going to be a fabulous lineup of presenters at this one day conference. There will be morning coffee and a great lunch prepared by the Hotel Contempo’s French chef in residence. You will find plenty of expats, business people on hand to connect with at the Nicaragua Lifestyle Conference on May 15th. You will find the answers to any unanswered questions you might have. Each presentation is also followed by a Q&A session where you’ll have the opportunity to get all the answers you need to know. This is the most focused conference on living in Nicaragua you’ll find. You won’t find another conference like this anywhere. Have a look at the Conference agenda to find out who else will be presenting here. Sign up for the Nicaragua Lifestyle Conference in Managua in May.

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