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  1. #1
    Apr 2007
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    Belize - 5 acres lot for sale

    5 acres 1 mile from the beach - great investment - only 15K cash get you all.
    From its secluded beaches to its steamy rain forests, Belize is a country of diverse natural beauty. Its slow pace of life makes it a popular tourist destination, and cost of living is still low. For the more adventurous traveler, activities can include a trek into the jungle in search of Mayan ruins, spotting parrots, toucans, and maybe even a jaguar along the way.

    It's true that Belize is no longer the most affordable place to buy property, but this country has other benefits: economic stability, a stress-free lifestyle, and a cost of living that is good value when compared with the U.S. (or even other Caribbean destinations).

    Why Belize?

    It is still undeveloped and sparsely populated so there's a lot of room (on the beaches, in the jungle, in the rain forests. . .) for you to stretch out, and there are only three highways traversing the country (one goes north, one goes south, one goes west).

    Tourism here is booming. A dozen years ago, the planes from Miami to Belize City were full of Belizeans returning home from their visits to the States. Today, they are full of Americans. We asked one reader why she was moving to Belize: "The simple answer is quality of life--we're looking to improve ours. In Belize, we know our lives will be blissfully free from the commuter crush, 24-hour news, workaday stress. . .Belize is a land of few cars, abundant fresh food from the sea and the trees, and great natural beauty," she said.

    What makes Belize such a popular destination? They speak English. If you don't enjoy the idea of learning a new language but still want a place in the sun, then Belize is the place for you.
    House not included - but could be build for additional $30K

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  2. #2
    Apr 2007
    3 times
    Still for sale !!!or trade

  3. #3
    Apr 2007
    3 times
    5 Acres property 1 mile from the ocean.
    Power on the street.
    Ready to build. I have total of 22 acres all could be subdivided and sold separately.
    BRAND NEW House build on your property - for example 1500 sq. feet will cost you around聽
    $45K USD.
    All utilities ( water, power, tv, internet ) around $200 per month.
    Belize has one of the world's best retiree programs. Through the Qualified Retired Persons (QRP) Program, the government gives qualified retirees an exemption from taxes on all income derived from sources outside Belize, whether such income is earned or passive, and whether or not it is remitted to Belize.
    The QRP Program for Those Who Want to Retire in Belize
    You don't have to be retired--or even of retirement age--to take advantage of this program. However, you must be at least 45 years old, and be able to show that you have adequate resources to deposit a monthly income of $2,000 or more per month, and comply with several other minor requirements. To keep your QRP status you must spend just one month of the year in Belize.

    The regulations state that you must show a pension or other regular income. In reality, if you can demonstrate that you have adequate savings to transfers $24,000 per year, the Belize Tourist Board has accepted that approach, since many expats do not have pensions but do have IRAs/401Ks. You can also make a single $24,000 deposit a year or make it in monthly installments.
    In addition to tax benefits, qualified retirees can import their personal and household goods as well as a car, boat, and plane, without having to pay import duties or taxes on those goods that they import in
    to Belize during their first year as a QRP resident.
    QRPs are considered non-residents for purposes of banking, meaning they can set up a U.S. dollar bank account with a local or offshore bank in Belize. QRPs are also allowed to engage in gainful employment as long as most of their business activity takes place outside Belize and is conducted exclusively with non-residents of Belize. This is especially important for expats who wish to maintain a consulting business from their second home in Belize. QRPs are also allowed to own a business in Belize. It is best to talk to a qualified attorney if you are thinking of doing this.
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