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Carlos Roman Gutierrez Solis of Casa Granada Properties – Best Places In The World To Retire User Account
Renovated living room, Granada, Nicaragua – Best Places In The World To Retire – International LivingThe cost to rent an apartment in Nicaragua ranges from US $200 to $1,500 a month and would depend on the size and location of the house. In Nicaragua, the idea of an apartment is different than in other countries because apartments here can mean "estates".
 
The cost of a one-bedroom house in a good district where everyone wants to be is $300 to $400 a month. A one-bedroom house located outside the tourist areas will cost $150 to $200 a month, but this apartment would be very basic and not have the same modern and upscale facilities. 
 
An apartment in a very good area that costs $500 a month will have one bedroom, one bathroom, a living area, and small backyard. 
 
My company will have six new apartments opening soon. For a minimum of $650, these apartments are located three blocks from the center of Granada (considered to be a higher cost area), and would have a kitchen, dining area, one bedroom, and one bathroom.
 
An apartment with its own bathroom and with enough space for only a bed and a desk would cost $200 a month. 
 
A basic two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment located in a very nice area a few blocks from the center would cost around $850 to $900 per month. An upscale two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in a very good area goes up to $1,500 per month.
 
The rental cost of a furnished house would depend on the designer of the house and how much stuff is in it. Only cable TV and Internet costs are included and you would have to pay for utilities like electricity, gas, and water costs outside of the monthly rent.
 
(Renovated living room, Granada, Nicaragua, pictured. ) 
Gabriel Sánchez of PRONicaragua – Best Places In The World To Retire User Account
Tiscapa_Lagoon with a view of the city of Managua, Nicaraua – Best Places In The World To Retire – International Living
The range of renting an apartment in Nicaragua is very, very big, and would depend on how many rooms you want to have, what kind of quality of apartment you’re looking for and where it is located. I’m sure you could find small apartments starting around US $300.  If you’re looking for a good house in a very good place, it could go all the way up to $1,500. It’s a big range.

For example, a three-bedroom two-bathroom apartment in a nice upper class area in Managua would be around $800.
 
(Tiscapa Lagoon with a view of the city of Managua, Nicaragua, pictured.)
David Smith of Farmland Assets – Best Places In The World To Retire User Account
The cost to rent an apartment in Nicaragua depends on what you want.
 
Starting at the bottom, in Granada, Nicaragua, you could rent an apartment for US $300 - $350 per month.  That would get you a one bedroom, one bath unit with an air conditioner in the bedroom.
 
Also in Granada, a three bedroom, two bath, American style apartment with air conditioning in a nice location will run you about $850 - $900 a month.  In Managua, the price would be about the same.  At the tourist beach areas, it could be a little more expensive.  You wouldn’t find anything that a typical North American would rent in non-tourist beach area.    

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