А здесь можно найти себе недвижимость, если кого интересует, и связаться с ее продавцами:
Quito. A 1,600-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath house on 2.5 acres, 20 minutes from the city. Half of the land is flat and arable while the rest is on a hillside. The house has maid’s quarters and a cellar. Price is $65,000. Contact http://www.mandatoparedes.com/
Crucita. In this coastal town, a quarter-acre, ocean-front lot is on a secluded section of beach, with road and utilities access. Price: $60,000. Contact Jorge Loor, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cuenca. This southern Andean city is Ecuador’s cultural heart and soul and one of the most popular destinations for IL readers. Many buyers prefer modern condominiums within walking distance of the city’s famous historic district. Prices for new construction runs from $50 to $55 per square foot. A new project has begun on the Tomebamba River--a three-bedroom, two-bath 1,250-square-foot condo is $67,000. In the countryside, a three-bedroom, two-bath cottage on two acres in the horse country of the Tarqui Valley (45-minutes south of Cuenca) is $55,000. Contact Kathy Gonzalez, email@example.com.
Vilcabamba. In Ecuador’s famed “Valley of Longevity,” you’ll find a small two-bedroom house near the Madre Tierra resort, a mile from the village center, for $35,000. A 2.5-acre lot a few miles outside of town is $30,000. Contact Larry Evans, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manta. In this port city, pre-construction prices for condos range from $75 to $95 per square foot. In the seaside village of Las Pinas, just south of Manta, a small three-bedroom brick house across the street from the beach is for sale for $36,000. Contact Richard Parker, email@example.com.