Featured Properties

La Reserva Manabi

La Reserva Manabi is a brand new eco-oriented community on the coast of Ecuador,  located in the tropical coastal town of Ayampe. Situated on the lush, tropical, rolling hillsides in Ayampe, La Reserva Manabi features breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and a year-round tropical climate.


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Los Aposentos

Los Aposentos, located in Canoa Ecuador is uniquely positioned on the iconic cliffs of Canoa. Covering a total of 118 hectares (291 acres), Los Aposentos offers multiple and varied home locations, starting from the tops of the cliffside and reaching down to the lush flat regions. The community has dedicated 30 hectares (75 acres) to green area, which is in addition to the gorgeous lagoons and enticing trails leading to private beaches and caves.  


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Puerto Cayo Ocean View Lot

This 1200 square-meter lot in Puerto Cayo rests on the hillside overlooking both the town and the ocean, offering unparalleled panoramic views of the ocean, town and especially sunsets.

Puerto Cayo prevails as one of the most beautiful beaches along the coastal region of Ecuador. Located southwest of the province of Manabi, it is 70 km from the city of Manta in the canton (region) known as Jipijapa.


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Canoa Cliffs

For those looking to build a luxurious home or condo on a sizable piece of coastal Ecuadorian real estate,  Canoa Cliffs offers majestic, sweeping ocean views from the top of the iconic Canoa cliffs.  


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Buying Real Estate in Ecuador

The process for buying real estate in Ecuador allows for the straightforward transfer of real property. The entire property-buying process can be completed in 15 days or less in most circumstances. Sales have closed in as few as 48 hours.

Buying real estate in Ecuador is as safe as buying real estate in any other Latin American country. Many layers of protection are built-in for both buyer and seller. One key item to be aware of, though, is that there is no seller’s disclosure to warn prospective buyers of the condition of the property.