Current Listings: 287
Average List Price: 509,446

Currency: Belize dollar
Population: 241,000
Capital: Belmopan


Welcome to Belize

In early 1500’s, the first group of Europeans to land on the shores of Belize were Spanish sailors whose ship had run aground near Cabo Catoche.  The sailors were captured by the Maya Indians and most were sacrificed.  One survivor, Gonzalez Guerrrero, married Chief Chetumal’s daughter and had three children representing the first Mestizos (Amerindian-European) on the island.   Around 1670, English logging camps were established under the permission of the Spanish who wanted to maintain sovereignty.  War eventually broke out in the late 1700’s leading to British rule and eventually a crown colony in 1862.  A constitutional change in the 1960’s resulted in the establishment of a self-ruling government followed by an official name change to Belize in 1973.  The capital was moved from Belize City to Belmopan in 1974 in response to severe damage from several hurricanes.  

Today, Belize is the only country to hold membership in CARICOM (Caribbean Community), CELAC (Community of Latin America and Caribbean states) and SICA (Central America Integration System).  The official language is English; however, many citizens also speak Spanish.  Belize shares borders with Mexico and Guatemala and is only 62 miles wide.  Because of the wide range of climates and majority of land covered by rainforest, Belize is the habitat for a wide range of plant and animal life.  The banana industry is the country’s largest employer and sugar accounts for nearly half of the exports.  The economy also relies heavily on crude oil production and tourism.  The climate and natural factors such as the barrier reef provide for wonderful fishing, diving and snorkeling opportunities. Wildlife reserves and Mayan Ruins draw many tourists to the country’s interior. 

Belize has attracted many celebrities over the years including Charlize Theron, Leonardo DiCaprio, Harrison Ford and Francis Ford Coppola.  Many have bought property in Belize due to the wonderful diving, fishing and tropical blue waters.

Ambergris Caye


Belama Phase 2


Belize City

Belize District

Belize Rural North 1


Belmopan City

Benque Viejo Del Carmen

Between Belize District & Stann District Boundary

Between Jacinto Ville and San Felipe

Between Jacintoville and San Felipe

Biscayne - Crooked Tree Village

Biscayne Village

Black Man Eddy

Black Rock

Blue Creek

Boatman Estates

Burrell Boom

Burrell Boom Village

Camalote Village

Carmelita Village

Carolina Village

Caye Caulker


Chetumal Bay

Close to Orange Walk Town

Cloverleaf Estate


Consejo Area

Consejo Shores


Corozal - Orange Walk Road, Tower Hill

Corozal District

Corozal North

Corozal Town

Cotton Tree Village


Dangriga Town

Deadman's Caye

Drowned Cayes

Finca Solana Area

Fincasolana Area

Franks Eddy

Freetown Sibun / Hattieville

George Price Highway (Western Highway)

Hattieville Village

Hope Creek

Hopkins Village

La Democracia Village


Long Caye

Los Lagos Community

Maya Beach

Mile 9 Philip Goldson Highway

Mountain Pine Ridge

Near Sarteneja Village

North Drowned Caye

North of Belmopan

Northern Highway

Olde Mill, Ontario Village

Orange Walk

Orange Walk Town

Paraiso Village


Placencia Village

Punta Negra

Punta Negra / Monkey River

Punta Ycacos

Rock Stone Pond


San Ignacio

San Ignacio Town

San Jose Palmar

San Pablo

Santa Elena

Santa Elena Town

Sarango Bight

Sartenea Area


Sarteneja Area

Sarteneja Village

Society Hall

South of Middlesex Village

Southeast of Burrell Boom Village

Southern Highway

Spanish Creek Estates

St George's Caye

St. Matthew's Village

Stann Creek



Trial Farm Village


Unitedville Village

Vista Del Mar

Vista Del Mar - Ladyville

Vista Del Mar, Ladyville

Vista Del Mar-Ladyville

West of Hattieville Village

West of Sarteneja Village

Within the Chunox and Sarteneja Area

Xaibe Village

Yo Creek Village

VISTA Real Estate

Serving 14 areas In Belize

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