Let’s start with proximity. To what, you say? To everything an ex-pat wants, needs and craves. A short drive gets you to Chetumal, Mexico, a thriving town filled with everything from medical facilities to Home Depot (you’re moving into a new home, right?). Lay claim to neighboring Mayan ruins, some of Belize’s most talked about nature reserves (aquatic and land-based sanctuaries), the Corozal Free Zone and Orange Walk Town. The community of Cerros Sands is being called the most prestigious master-planned community on the Caribbean Ocean shoreline.
Sound too good to be true? Not according to Leonard who is building upon his decades of success as a leader in California’s real estate market. After falling in love with Belize and moving here 14 years ago, he decided to invest his heart in his new homeland by marketing a community for ex-pats that who are sick of being let down by those who promise everything but don’t deliver.
Mark knows a thing or two about North American tastes and expectations and he’s got a wall full of honors and certifications that attest to both his commitment to professionalism and marketing acumen. “Americans,” Mark likes to say, “expect more than most when they think about retirement. My mission is to create an environment for them here in Belize that has so much to offer, they’re going to spend a lot of time convincing their family members and friends to join them in idyllic Belize.”