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Belize lays on the east coastline of Central America between Mexico to the north and Honduras to the south. With a landmass of over 8,800 square miles, the topography is varied with flat and swampy ground along the coast, givng way to low mountains further inland.

Tourism is the largest portion of the economy followed by agricultural and marine products, with much of the tourism centred on the coastal plain and offlaying islands, with some of the cayes having been turned into major resorts.

With such a large landmass, raw land prices are much more affordable than the majority of Caribbean countries, with house prices also generally being somewhat lower.

Belize has many rivers and these have become popular locations for small farms and homes and offer a cheaper alternative to the more expensive properties on the coastline and cayes.

Most construction is on relatively flat land and often carried right down to the beach.  Various attractive styles of construction have been employed, but underlying most exteriors is an interior structure of reinforced concrete in common with the majority of houses in the Caribbean.


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