Viva Spanish School – Managua – For Sale

A Profitable, Turn Key Language School in Managua, Nicaragua 

$109,000

Includes Renovated, Fully Furnished Building (valuation over $97,000) 

Viva Spanish School teaches Spanish Language classes to foreigners from around the world. We offer a full immersion experience including homestays, cultural activities and volunteer opportunities. 

  • Viva Spanish School has been in  operation since 2004
  • Excellent location near Metrocentro Mall in Managua
  • Recently (2013) renovated Building with 9 classrooms (6 are air-conditioned), 2 bathrooms, reception area, kitchen/lounge and terraza.  All furniture is included.
  • Complete 5 Level Spanish Language Curriculum and Medical Spanish Program in place
  • Website, FaceBook Page and TripAdvisor Business Account in place

o   www.vivaspanishschool.com

o   Facebook Fan Page: Viva Spanish School

o   TripAdvisor: Rated #1 on “Things To Do in Managua”

  • Bilingual Management Team and Experienced Teachers already in place
  • Viva Spanish School has an excellent reputation with several repeat clients including: Manna Project, Brown University Medical Center, US Embassy, Menonites Central Committee, LifeLink International, Amos Health, and University of Nebraska Medical Center.
  • Viva Spanish School was awarded a long term contract in March 2014 to be the provider of Spanish Language classes on site at the US Embassy in Managua
  • Viva Spanish School is the perfect business for an Owner looking to work part time. Our Managers handle day-to-day operations – Owner does not need to live in Managua.

 

For more information contact:

Jack or Margaret Griffin

info@vivaspanishschool.com

1-770-853-3110 US toll free

8920 9713  Nicaragua cell

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One Comment

  1. martin nelson

    June 3, 2014 at 8:03 am

    I was a student at Viva in 2005. Absolutely great school with an excellent central location. My home stay produced a life long friendship with my “family” who continue to help me navigate Managua when I’m in town. Learning Spanish is only half the deal … getting to know the community, the neighbors and the “Nicaragua Way” is the other half especially if you are going to live in Nicaragua and come to Managua where there are no street sigs 🙂 Likewise, my Viva professor and I, although several millenniums apart in age, are best friends.