Kathleen grew tired of the materialism and sense of entitlement she identified in Marin County, California. Wanting a fuller life for her 5-year old adopted Guatemalan son, she rented out her house and brought her little boy on a ten-month journey through Central America in search of a place they could call home. When Kathleen wandered into Granada, Nicaragua, she fell in love with the city's beauty and sense of community. She's since returned to the U.S. to pack her belongings and move her family permanently down south. With a plan to open an organic shop and cafe, Kathleen is looking to buy a live-work space close to the city's center. But she'll soon learn that Granada's swelling expat community means a competitive real estate market, and finding a property in her budget will be a difficult feat. She hopes she will be able to set-up her dream shop. Find out when House Hunters International goes green in Granada, Nicaragua.