Why Belize is the Undisputed Best Place to Live and Retire in the Caribbean
Ambergris Caye, Belize –– When Jeff Hoyt, Editor in Chief for SeniorLiving.org, surveyed people getting ready for retirement, he was surprised to learn that opportunities for recreation wound up first on lists and for very understandable reasons. Today’s retiree is more active than previous generations, healthier in most cases and they are well aware of the fact that recreation “promotes socialization and gives you something to look forward to each day.”
Weather and finances play a huge role in the places retirees choose to settle down and while some are content to stick around anywhere their grandchildren reside, a majority want warm weather and affordability since they intend to live on retirement funds that may be finite.
Retiring abroad? That topic can be contentious for several reasons. Seniors aren’t amenable to learning new languages when their focus is going to be on doing everything they’ve dreamed of for decades, which is why so many of them have identified Belize as the ideal retirement destination.
“Recreational opportunities throughout Belize are unparalleled,” says Salt Life Belize sales director Scott Fuson. “For retirees who can’t get enough, scuba diving, deep water fishing, diving, swimming and sailing are so close to the doorsteps of new Salt Life Belize residents, they tell us that their experiences truly fit the definition of ‘living the dream.’”
Choosing between studio, 1 and 2 bedroom condominiums within the Salt Life Belize community is easy to do since the American developer made sure infrastructure and interior features are state of the art and residents needn’t bother going outside the community to expand their craving for recreational opportunities because the development’s master plan includes a full service resort and fly fishing lodge, beach club, estate homes, restaurants, bars and tour outlets.
“Having everything at one’s fingertips is a great reason to consider retiring here, but it’s not the biggest reason,” Fuson explains. “Ambergris Caye is the most expensive area in Belize, yet our 50-acre development is affordable, everyone in Belize speaks English and home ownership rights are stunning. It’s already filling up with retirees from the U.S. and Canada, so making friends with like-minded neighbors is a breeze.”
For retirees committed to extending their lives by eating healthy, Belize is paradise. Locally grown foods establish a new definition of freshness, seafood makes it from ocean to plate in record time, Belize’s meat and dairy needs are seen to by the nation’s Mennonite community, you won’t find a single fast food restaurant in Belize and doting grandparents return home for birthdays, graduations and weddings in as little as two hours.
“Cost of living is low, property values are stable and the opportunity to live in Belize’s most desired area is driving interested retirees to Salt Life Belize at brisk rates now that travel restrictions are being relaxed,” Fuson says. “I would encourage anyone looking for paradise to check us out first!”
Salt Life Belize is a unique development offering superior Belize real estate in an area not known for affordability. The community’s American developer brings the best of all worlds to the community, pairing state-of-the-art infrastructure with elegant design. Situated along the Caribbean Sea, condos are especially attractive to retirees eager to live among other ex-pats.
For more information about Salt Life Belize, please call 1-800-669-6970 or email email@example.com.