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The Outlook For Guatemala Real Estate

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The Outlook For Guatemala Real Estate - Guatemala - Real Estate - Housing Crisis

Guatemala still has many problems, including drug violence, political violence and corruption. Despite the problems, though, areas like Antigua still attract tourism, and real estate values were appreciating at around 20% per year before the global recession hit. To learn more see the following report on Guatemala real estate by Global Property Guide.

Guatemala is the Mayan heartland of Central America, and its indigenous culture is alive and well.  That culture survives in the ancient ruins of Tikal, in the Mayan-Catholic rituals of Chichicastenango, and the blazing colors of everyday Mayan dress.

Guatemala does not have a great variety of ‘purchase destinations’ to offer.  There are no good beaches. Foreigners who buy properties in Guatemala typically settle in the city of Antigua (different from the Antigua island in the Caribbean), and on Lake Atitlan.


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