Buy Belize Real Estate
Buying Real Estate in Belize is much easier than you might think. Belize is a land of unique contrasts with more interesting things to see and do than a great deal of nations 10 times its size. Previously a British colony, it was called British Honduras until 1973. Completely independent, Belize is located in the eastern Caribbean region with miles and miles of prime beach front properties, along the seashore in Hopkins Sittee Point. Some of which can be purchased. It’s surrounded along the north and part of the west by Mexico with Guatemala on the western and entire southern borders. Please visit our contact page for information for information about buying the Belize real estate you see on this website. All nine lots are beach front properties in Sittee Point Estates, Hopkins Belize with the Sittee River across the street.
Belize’s coast and Barrier Reef continue to be secure and safe, protected by 185 miles of Barrier Reef and a huge assortment of barrier islands. Those who buy Belize real estate find it offers some of the highest quality scuba diving and sport fishing around the world. Within the center of Belize are abundant forested acres along with caves and Mayan Ruins for sight-seeing, estuaries and rivers for white water rafting, and awe-inspiring waterfalls. The south is truly a landscape full of tropical rain forests with each and every form of tropical plant and animal, such as apes, parrots, and brightly colored toucans.
Traveling to Belize is only a two hour flight from Miami, 2.5 hours from Houston, 3.5 hours from New York and 4 hours from the San Francisco Bay Area. The inner seashore waters are not deep and they are shielded by a variety of barrier reefs, sprinkled with islets called ‘cayes’, extending nearly the entire country. Belize also has the 2nd largest barrier reef in the world.
The area of landmass and cayes is 8,867 sq. miles. The country’s greatest span from north to south is 280 kilometers and its widest width is 109 kilometers. Weather conditions are usually subtropical, tempered by trade winds. Temperature ranges in seashore areas range between approximately 10 °C (50°F) to approximately 35.6°C (96°F) and as you go inland the temperature gets warmer.