The best investments are in Medellín
Medellin continues to attract more and more foreigners each year ranging from entrepreneurs to couples and digital nomads and even some families.
In addition, Medellín attracts more foreign retirees each year as a top foreign retirement location with its low cost of living, “eternal spring” climate and good healthcare with nine of the top 58 hospitals in Latin America. Also, Medellín has been described by a number of publications including U.S. News, Huffington Post and CNN Money as a top foreign retirement location.
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Why Real Estate in Medellín?
Investment property that produces a monthly income
A place to live in full-time and avoid paying rent
A place to live in part-time and rent out when not in Medellín
An older place to renovate and sell (flip) or turn into a rental property
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Medellín is the second-largest city in Colombia, after Bogotá, and the capital of the department of Antioquia. It is located in the Aburrá Valley, a central region of the Andes Mountains in South America.
At the beginning of the 21st century, the city regained industrial dynamism, with the construction of the Medellín Metro commuter rail, liberalized development policies, improved security and improved education. Researchers at the Overseas Development Institute have lauded the city as a pioneer of a post-Washington consensus «local development state» model of economic development. The city is promoted internationally as a tourist destination and is considered a global city type «Gamma -» by GaWC. The Medellín Metropolitan Area produces 67% of the Department of Antioquia’s GDP and 11% of the economy of Colombia. Medellín is important to the region for its universities, academies, commerce, industry, science, health services, flower-growing and festivals.