• What is the best area to live in Belize?

    The best area to live in Belize largely depends upon your lifestyle and budget. If you’re looking for inexpensive real estate in Belize, Corozal is one option. Toledo, in the far south, also offers low-cost options for foreigners to own Belize real estate. There are affordable houses for sale in Orange Walk too. Cayo real estate is a great choice for people who enjoy lush rainforests, mountainous foothills, farms, quaint towns, and the famous San Ignacio Farmer’s Market. Ambergris Caye, Caye Caulker, Placencia, and Hopkins boast beautiful beachfront real estate in Belize.

  • What is the cost of living in Belize?

    The cost of living in Belize is driven by location and lifestyle. Typically, real estate and the cost of goods and services are more expensive on the cayes due to shipping and transportation costs. Corozal’s proximity to Mexico gives it an edge for cross-border shopping and access to Big Box stores in Chetumal. The cost of living in Cayo is positively impacted by competitive pricing at the Chinese grocery stores owned by Taiwanese. The San Ignacio Farmer’s Market also offers deals on dairy products, fresh herbs, meat, veggies, and an array of merchandise for sale. Cayo’s advantage is strengthened by access to fresh produce and a wide selection of goods and services in the Mennonite community of Spanish Lookout.

  • What is the price of property for sale in Belize?

    Property prices and the cost of real estate in Belize are dependent upon many factors. Location, demand, type of dwelling, age and condition of the dwelling, proximity to amenities, size of property, building materials and costs, access to healthcare and dental services, infrastructure development, community improvements, proximity to schools and churches, and whether the property is on-grid or off-grid are some elements that influence Belize real estate prices.

    If you’re looking for an affordable home in Cayo, a waterfront lot in Placencia, an off-grid home in Belize, Caribbean sea frontage in Belize, beachfront land in Stann Creek, a single-family home in Corozal, development land in Belize, a specific Belize property, or a rare find in Belize real estate our friendly and professional team of Belize realtors will assist you every step of the way.

  • What languages are spoken in Belize?

    While English is the official language of Belize, Spanish is widely spoken. You will also hear a smattering of Kriol, Mayan languages, and German.

  • Residency or QRP?

    Belize Qualified Retirement Program (QRP) and Belize Residency are based on various eligibility requirements. Belize offers two forms of residence status. Find out more about Belize’s QRP Program if you’d like to live and retire in Belize.

  • What currency is used in Belize?

    Currency exchange in Belize is simple. Local currency is the Belize Dollar (BZ) which is fixed to the US dollar. One US dollar is equivalent to 2 BZ dollars and the US dollar can be used anywhere.

  • Can I bring my cat or dog to Belize?

    Yes, you can bring your 4-legged family members to Belize. More info can be found on the Belize Agricultural Health Authority (BAHA) website.

  • Can foreigners buy property in Belize?

    Absolutely yes! Ensure that you have an experienced and reputable real estate agent representing you when purchasing property in Belize. RE/MAX Property Center has been serving buyers and sellers of Belize real estate since 2008. We have 10 qualified Belize real estate agents to assist with your Belize real estate needs.