7. Granada, Nicaragua

Property ownership in Nicaragua is relatively liberal because foreigners are allowed to own land except for specific beach front areas which are considered state property. While the cost of buying a house in Granada has been constant for a long time, the owners still manage to make 8% profit on their investment every year. Here is a chance to invest into an economy that is landlord friendly.

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