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RIFLE
3/9/2008 22:59 EST

MY WIFE & I ARE LOOKING TO MOVE TO GUATEMALA IN THE NEXT 4 YEARS. WE'D LOVE TO LIVE NEAR THE COAST SO AS TO BE ABLE TO SWIM, DIVE & FISH. WHERE CAN I FIND LISTING ON PROPERTY AS I'VE DESCRIBED? WE ARE ON A PENSION, $100,000 PROPERTY OUT OF THE QUESTION.

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armandatitlan
3/11/2008 07:55 EST

Hi there, I think you should come down and check out the coast here. The pacific side is black sand, no diving and fishing... well maybe not what you are thinking... The atlantic side... kind of remote maybe not your ideal place to retire. You can find a property like what you describe because they don't exist. You might be able to find a local house in a local village near the beach if you spend times around here. For example you can find a lot near the pacific coast for a reasonable price but you might have to put the house on it... Have you consider lake atitlan it has great temperature and weather all year round, you can fish black bass and there is a diving school.? And you can find a house for under $ 50K and live here

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