The Cost of Living in Belize

Many people are initially attracted to Belize because of the pristine nature, balmy temperatures, and delicious food but soon learn to appreciate the finer things thanks to a very affordable cost of living. The local currency, called the Belize Dollar (BZD), is permanently pegged to the US Dollar at 2:1, making it easy and simple [...]

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The Safest Place to Live in Belize

Where is the safest place to live in Belize? The answer is Corozal District Many people who are considering moving to or investing in Belize get misled by somewhat confusing crime statistics. In reality, Belize is an incredibly safe country, especially for visitors, as the vast majority of untoward incidents occur between locals in a [...]

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Life in Belize Gated Communities

Expats, retirees, and visitors considering making a permanent move to Belize soon learn that the best place to choose is a gated community. Although Belize is generally a safe and peaceful country, gated communities provide an extra layer of peace of mind knowing that you and your property are always being kept safe around the [...]

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Can Americans Buy Property in Belize?

The short answer is: yes! Belize has a very welcoming attitude towards foreign investment, and American property owners have all of the same rights as locals do, including the right to sell, buy, or rent property anywhere in the country. Belize is rapidly becoming one of the hottest foreign markets for retirees, dream homes, and [...]

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Where in the World Is Belize?

Many people have heard of Belize but aren't quite sure where it is. Belize is located in Central America. To the north of Belize lies the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. To the west and south of Belize lies the nation of Guatemala. Belize has a long coastline on the Caribbean Sea. It takes about two [...]

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