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What is a typical expat home or apartment like in Colombia?

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We asked expats what a typical home or apartment in Colombia is like. They answered...

"Anything you want. You can start at $40K to $300k. Nice neighborhoods around $70k and very luxurious country homes with swimming pools , air, cable, 5000', barbeque areas, security, etc. They are like fancy homes in a country club," commented one expat who made the move to Cartago, Colombia.

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"Expat homes and apartments in Colombia are typically modern, spacious and feature sleek contemporary designs. Most apartments come with amenities such as air-conditioning, fast Wi-Fi, washing machines and well-equipped kitchens. Common features include balconies, terraces or outdoor areas, allowing for those living in these apartments to get a taste of outdoor living. As cities become more cosmopolitan, developers have created several family-friendly buildings to cater to the demands of expat families, with large communal areas and modern security measures," remarked another expat in Colombia.

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