Surfing enthusiasts and real estate investors will have a rare opportunity this August to ride waves beside a world-class champion surfer during a unique week of surfing and real estate exploration being billed as Surf Turf.
Participants on the Surf Turf tour will combine comprehensive information about Nicaragua’s burgeoning real estate market with surfing tips from Holly Beck, one of the world’s premiere female surf pros. Beck herself owns property in Nicaragua and is in the process of building a home at Rancho Chancletas, on Nicaragua’s Pacific coast. She has teamed up with agents from Century 21 Gold Coast Realty to organize the Surf Turf tour as a way of introducing other surfers to what many claim to be the next great real estate investment opportunity.
Kristin Wilson, general manager of the C21’s New Marina office says the trip with Holly Beck will not only be a great surfing experience, but will also provide valuable information for serious real estate investors. “Many individuals spend years of frustration trying to decipher the Nicaraguan market,” says Wilson, “only to end up with a bunch of conflicting information from hundreds of websites.
“The value of the Surf Turf trip with Holly Beck will be the chance to see the very best properties in a concentrated period of time,” she adds.
The trip begins in Managua on August 23, 2008 and participants on the tour will spend seven days surfing some of Nicaragua’s most famous breaks. Organizers promise a couple of stops at places no one has ever heard of, according to Wilson. Accommodations along the way will highlight available properties in Nicaragua’s most popular regions. Transportation will be provided, as will meals and other side activities.
“Our goal is to provide a complete picture of the Nicaraguan real estate market in a 7-day period, while giving out guests and incredible surfing experience,” says Wilson.
Cost for the trip is $2,500, excluding airfare. More information can be obtained by contacting Kristin Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning her in Nicaragua at 505-868-2228.