What your neighbors would be like in Granada, Nicaragua, depends on where you buy your house. Most Nicaraguans are very friendly. They will make friends with you and try to know more about you, such as where you came from and some things about your family background and why you moved here. Nicaraguans will always tell you that if there is anything you need, they are there to help you out. They will say “estamos a la orden”, which roughly translates to, “we are here to you help you out if there is anything you need.”
Nicaraguans are happy to have expats around. We are very used to seeing expats live here in Granada so there is no resentment at all. Sometimes when I go to Calsada Street, which is where the restaurants and the shops are, I tell my husband that I feel like I am in a different country, because there are so many expats there.