San Juan del Sur attracts all types of travelers. Some come to escape cold winters. Others in search of an endless summer. Surfers come for waves. Backpackers for parties. Volunteers visit to offer service. Nature enthusiasts are attracted by the uninterrupted wildlife. Retirees seek a new chapter in life.
Whatever the reason, people are arriving daily. Some stay only a few days. Others weeks. Many stay longer than planned.
What does this mean for property owners? It means there’s a strong rental market – especially for long term rentals. In San Juan del Sur “long term” generally means anything over a month.
So if you’ve got a vacation home in San Juan del Sur that you are not currently living in, it makes sense to get your property management strategy right. To help you get the most out of your Nicaragua vacation home and ensure that your investment is being looked after we interviewed a few reputable property managers for advice.
We had 8 questions. The answers the local experts gave provide valuable insight: