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property in HondurasBeautiful bungalow villas located in a secure gated tropical paradise. Includes plenty of amenities and private beach.
Located within a gated community. 2 acres of breathtaking mountainside view with many amenities. This titled land is close to Caribbean sea.
NoddyPineda posted Honduras on the Honduras forum on August 21, 2015:
Well, I was checking for new places in Honduras and I found this interesting video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmnRodo2QjY) about this new project they are building up, called Calm Waters. I really loved how everything looked and it all seemed like a perfect place to spend a vacation. I really want to know more about this new site, so I will appreciate any information based on it.
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johnst13 replied to the thread Roatan rental income options? on the Honduras forum:
Cajun8ter initially posted:
My wife and I will be visiting Roatan next year with the idea of purchasing a condo for about $200,000. It will have to provide rental income as we will only be visiting it a few times per year. We are avid divers / snorkelers and want a beautiful beach.
johnst13 replied most recently with:
Hello Cajun I have been down here going on 15 years and came down from LA. I now own a real estate company and can help you find your piece of island life here on Roatan. I visited very many islands before I picked here. The reef here is a 5 to 15 minute swim to it here and it covers the whole island. There is no other place in the world that has a reef as good as here with out taking a boat ride to get to it. All the best, Kevin Stratton President of the Roatan Real Estate Association Roatan Island Real Estate - Owner/Broker johnst13@yahoo.com Office: 011-504-2445-4168 Cell: 011-504-9922-5638 www.roatanislandrealestate.com * Member Roatan Real Estate Association and Canabirh Association of Honduras * Owner of Roatan Island Dream Homes for Construction and Home Inspections * Fiberglass Swimming Pools
Cajun8ter replied most recently with:
Thank you I will check him out
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johnst13 replied to the thread WHY? on the Honduras forum:
hknbass initially posted:
Why did you pick Honduras to live or buy property there? What makes Hon. special?
johnst13 replied most recently with:
Hi Chris I picked here for a few reasons. First because you can own your property here in your own name for ever and pass it down to future generations to come. It is a country that is a democracy and we have a USA air base in Honduras. The island of Roatan is a world away from any problems that the mainland has. We have the best reef here and the easiest one to swim to too. Anyway I am here to help you any way I can. All the best, Kevin Stratton President of the Roatan Real Estate Association Roatan Island Real Estate - Owner/Broker johnst13@yahoo.com Office: 011-504-2445-4168 Cell: 011-504-9922-5638 www.roatanislandrealestate.com * Member Roatan Real Estate Association and Canabirh Association of Honduras * Owner of Roatan Island Dream Homes for Construction and Home Inspections * Fiberglass Swimming Pools
honduraschris replied most recently with:
I bought property years ago in La Ceiba Honduras and have been developing properties on the beach over the years. Honduras has affordable beach properties and is also extremely affordable to live. Very similar to Belize yet more affordable.
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johnst13 replied to the thread retire Roatan on the Honduras forum:
coolbeans58 initially posted:
Planning to retire to Roatan next year. Will visit in March for the first time. Any suggestions of whom to talk to and what city to live in? I would like island living but safe. Am a single woman. Don't want to move from States and just live the same way. Any and all advice appreciated.
johnst13 replied most recently with:
Hey Cool I have lived on Roatan going 15 years now and can help you make the transition to life here. Just ask me as many questions that come to mind. As I can most likely give you a answer or if not my wife can as she has lived here all her life. All the best, Kevin Stratton President of the Roatan Real Estate Association Roatan Island Real Estate - Owner/Broker johnst13@yahoo.com Office: 011-504-2445-4168 Cell: 011-504-9922-5638 www.roatanislandrealestate.com * Member Roatan Real Estate Association and Canabirh Association of Honduras * Owner of Roatan Island Dream Homes for Construction and Home Inspections * Fiberglass Swimming Pools
coolbeans58 replied most recently with:
Hi RockKitty, Thanks for the advice. Hope your health issues improve. I plan to make my first trip to Roatan in March. Steve is already on my radar. I check out his we site every once in awhile. No plans for a definite move. Not yet. I did read somewhere that the duty o retirees was less but will check out. I plan to visit several times before I move. And to rent before purchasing real estate. My grandson is only 7 and leaving him is so hard. Maybe when he is a little older. I want to volunteer in a clinic as I am a nurse. But I will just relax until I go visit. Met some people in Hawaii who told me that water in Hawaii did not compare to Roatan. Itching to go.
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property in HondurasI have one lot available in La Ceiba Beach Club phase 5. 63' of Caribbean frontage by 315' deep. This property is the end lot (eastern most) in phase 5 LCBC right next to a beautiful large beach house. The lot is titled into two lots. This phase is guarded with a guard 24 hours daily and has an association for this purpose. The only road in to the development is gated (electric gate). There are fulltime LCBC residents (expats) living on site. A reasonable offer would be considered.
drummer replied to the thread Retiring in Roatan from Canada on the Honduras forum:
cindysteff initially posted:
Hello... are there any Canadians or others who have information on retiring from Canada to Roatan? Or any sites that can point me in the right direction ? I have just signed up for this site and this is basically my first steps in learning what I need to do to ensure my retirement plans. Any help, advice, tips and hints would be gratefully appreciated. Thank you
drummer replied most recently with:
Hi Cindy, I'm from Orillia and have lived here full time for 8 years. I can help you with questions you may have. First, have you spent any time here. If not, I would suggest a month stay and then go from there. Dave Barons
NoddyPineda replied most recently with:
Hey, I have lived at Honduras all my life and I got some Canadians friends that could help you with your decisions. I know many amazing places at Honduras that you would love.
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Rockkitty replied to the thread Expats on the Honduras forum:
deserrtlover11 initially posted:
Planning a trip to Roatan in August. Where do the expats hang out ?
Rockkitty replied most recently with:
All over the place. Check out Castaways restaurant.
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rrtalley replied to the thread Marriage in Honduras on the Honduras forum:
rrtalley initially posted:
Does anyone know someone in Honduras who married a U. S. Citizen and moved to the U. S.? I'm interested in knowing about the marriage and immigration processes experienced.
rrtalley replied most recently with:
Good morning and thanks for your reply. If you don't mind, I'd like to know more about your experience with U. S. immigration officials. How long did it take to go through the process, how much were the fees, what kind of vetting process did your husband have to endure and what were some of the questions asked of both of you during your embassy interview? If you don't want to go public with this online please email me at rrtalley@yahoo.com. The reason I'm asking for the information is that I'm an author and freelance writer doing research about international courtship and marriage. I would not use your names to preserve your privacy. By the way, I married a Honduran lady from San Pedro Sula over 30 years ago. We have a house there and divide our time between SPS and the San Francisco Bay Area. Thank you again for your time. Hope to hear from you soon, Robert Talley
scotlandcampos replied most recently with:
I'm a US Citizen. Met my (now) husband when I was living in Olancho. We did the fiance visa and we're now living in Boston. It was long and expensive, but obviously totally worth it.
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