Can non-Belize folks buy land in Belize? Do they mind outsiders? How stable is the government? What is the preferred language of the folks in the area? Does it get cold winters?
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Here's your link - http://www.belize.com/articles/residency-and-retirement-in-belize.html
It has been a few years since I check up on this but assuming no changes.
Yes, you don't have to be a citizen to buy land.
Like outsiders, they bring in money.
It is a bit of the British empire so they are modeled after that. Still use the Privy Council. Britain used to have some military exercises there, just to keep Guatemala on its toes.
Very diverse ethnic and languages but you are 90% good with English. Lots of expats, some Amish/Mennonite (I think German), Gurafano (sp) blacks, oriental shop keepers (live in their own village compunds), Mexican Myans, and Guatemalan Myans (who speak different languages.)
About 80 degrees about year round.
You need to show some financial resources in order to obtain a permanent residence permit. Somewhat less than US Social Security will do. Belize City is a hole. San Ignacio is nice.
Don't listen to me, I'm an old fool. Check it out yourself.