Ecuador Long Term Rentals: Beachfront Living in Olón Ecuador (2020)

Amelia and JP VLOG 213: We’ve been living in Ecuador for almost 3 years, and we still get asked if our home has indoor plumbing, running water or dirt floors. We’re happy to report that the myth is not reality. While some of the more rustic, locals oriented homes do still have dirt floors, the vast majority of Ecuadorians and expats live in places that would fit anywhere in the US or the developed world.

The condos that we featured in this video all had granite counters, stainless steel appliances, air conditioners, high speed internet and they’re only steps from the beach. These are all mid-range rentals in Olón, Ecuador.

You can find cheaper rentals that are further away from the beach and lack some of the luxury items for under $400/month. And you can also find really high end rentals for more than $2,000/month that are large luxury houses right on the beach.

If you would like to contact Gabriela or Deb with Inti Luz Properties, here’s the link to their website: https://www.ecuadorcoastproperties.com/

If you would like us to send an email introduction or get you added to Deb’s List, drop us a note through our contact form: https://ameliaandjp.com/contact/

Be sure to tell them Amelia And JP sent you and we’ll get a finders fee, which helps us cover the costs of making these videos. Muchas gracias!

Here’s the link to our condo tour video:Olón Ecuador Condo Tour & Cost + Drama on the Beach w/ Mini (our new drone)
Here’s the link to the Las Nuñez condo tour video: Tiny Ecuador Beach Town of Las Núñez Ecuador + Penthouse AirBnB Tour (Mavic Mini Drone)


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