Ecuador Real Estate For Sale
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How much does land cost in Ecuador?
Some examples of land plots that have been sold using Homesgofast.com may help gauge the price of land in Ecuador.
Oceanfront Condos in Ecuador. Crucita Del Mar will be a resort style oceanfront condo community on the Pacific Coast in Ecuador. located in the Manabi Province, $109000
Hacienda For Sale in Paute, Azuay Ecuador 100 Hectare Hacienda Near Paute $1,500,000 USD
Ocean Front Or High Ocean View Homesites For Sale in Various Cities, Manabi Ecuador $30,000 USD
Homesites With Stunning Ocean Views and mountain views as well Pacific Ocean View Lots!! For Sale in Pedernales, Manabi Ecuador $15,000 USD
Pacific Ocean View Lots From $15,000 - Pacific Ocean view lots from 3300 sq. ft to 6500 sq
Lot/Land For Sale in Puerto Cayo, Manabi Ecuador $58,900 USD
Farm Park & Lodge For Sale in Ecuador $495,000 USD
Where to Live in Ecuador?
Choosing the area you’ll live in is just as big of a decision as the country itself. Cuenca Ecuador gets lots of press as an ideal retirement city but there are lots of other options. Small town Ecuador has a strong draw for many expats.
More about Cuenca Ecuador
About 5,000 expats now live in Cuenca, Ecuador’s third-largest city, says Tania Sarmiento, director of the Tourism for Cuenca Municipal Foundation. That’s not a huge percentage of Cuenca’s 350,000 residents, but the presence of foreigners has made an impact by encouraging the opening of restaurants and shops and the building of a new tram set to debut this year.
That, in turn, has attracted tourists who typically are looking for another stop on the way to the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador’s most renowned attraction.
Find the cost of living in Cuenca at Numbeo.com
Facts about Ecuador
The country is divided ethnically as well as regionally. About 10 percent of the population is of European descent, about a quarter belong to indigenous cultures, and the rest are of mostly mixed ethnicity. The city of Guayaquil dominates the coastal plain, largely populated by mestizos. Guayaquil—the country's largest city, major port, and leading commercial center—is a rival to Quito
Industry: Petroleum, food processing, textiles, metal work
Agriculture: Bananas, coffee, cacao, rice; cattle; balsa wood; fish
Exports: Petroleum, bananas, shrimp, coffee, cacao
Quick stats about Ecuador
Area:283,560 square kilometers (109,483 square miles)
Language: Spanish, Quechua
Religion: Roman Catholic
Currency: U.S. dollar