Why Belize

Belize is a tropical paradise and one of the last unspoiled places on earth, it boasts mystical Mayan temples, pristine rainforests, a barrier reef and palm trees sway in gentle ocean breezes.
English is the official language of Belize, the main language used in government and education, as it is a former British colony - This means you don’t have to learn a new language to buy groceries, do your banking, or travel around the country. More importantly, real estate contracts are written in English... The rest of Central and South America mostly speaks Spanish.
You do not have to be a citizen to own property in Belize. They have fee simple titles. Properties, taxes and cost of living there are minimal compared to other Caribbean countries. There is no capital gains tax payable to Belize and foreign investment is encouraged. Regulations are minimal. Foreigners can own a business and work in Belize but a permit is required.
Live in Belize

Corozal Facts
Corozal Township is the most northern city in Belize with a population of about 10,000.
The town is situated between two scenic rivers; the New River and Rio Hondo at the Mexican border just north of Corozal. The local population is friendly and welcoming, the cuisine is delightful and delicious in Corozal’s numerous restaurants.
Corozal is only about thirteen miles from the Mexican border and Cancun is about four hours away by car and six hours by bus.
The City of Chetumal, Mexico is a short and convenient drive. It has many stores like Wal-Mart, Office Depot, Home Depot, Radio Shack, movie theaters, and large grocery stores such as Sam’s Club.

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