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Palm and tropical beach in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

The Best Places To Retire In Latin America

Top Picks For A New Dream Life South Of The Border I spent seven years living in Panama, the Hub of the Americas, and during those years, I got to know Latin America pretty well… Belize, Mexico, Paraguay, Ecuador, Colombia, Argentina, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Peru… I’ve seen a good portion of this part of the world…

Colorful houses in Girona, Catalonia, Spain

How To Invest In Property 101: The Pitfalls You Should Avoid

5 Mistakes That Will Ruin Your Overseas Property Investment Among the new trends we faced last year, a country home being snapped up by a foreign buyer “sight unseen” was an all-too-frequent story… 2020 was the year that technology stepped in to bridge the gap like never before. Maybe you embraced this and bought property…

Beautiful streets and colorful facades of San Cristobal de las Casas in Chiapas, Mexico

Top 10 Reasons To Buy Property In Mexico Today

These Two Charts Reveal One Of The World’s Most Affordable Places To Retire Overseas Where could you retire overseas that is diverse… meaning lifestyle options from mountains and rain forests to Caribbean and Pacific coasts… Affordable… accommodating a rich, rewarding life on US$1,400 per month or less… Familiar… while boasting world-famous culture and cuisine… And…

Malecon Avenue in the coastal city of Mazatlan in the state of Sinaloa

3 Popular Seaside Towns In Mexico Within Driving Distance Of The States

Gas Up And Retire Abroad—No Plane Ticket Needed One of the most valuable conveniences you could hope for when purchasing a home abroad can be the ability to load up the car and drive to it… And this is one of Mexico’s biggest advantages. Today let’s look at three popular spots on the Sea of…

Complete Guide To Buying A Rental Property

Complete Guide To Buying A Rental Property

Checklist For Buying Income-Producing Properties Overseas Buying a rental property abroad offers a myriad of benefits.With one transaction you can diversify your market and currency risks, get higher long-term returns on your investment, access undervalued markets, and set yourself on a path of adventure.Buying your first overseas rental can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have…

Column Pedro IV Fountain Rossio Square Lisbon, Portugal

Should You Retire To Lisbon, Portugal?

A Cosmopolitan Lifestyle In Europe’s Sunniest Capital… Today I arrive in Portugal for the first time since pre-Covid, and boy is it good to be back! I’ll spend the day in Lisbon today before heading to check out our #1 Retirement Haven for 2022: Comporta. As I say, it’s been a few years since I…

Senior couple hiking during summer

Take Your Pick: Custom-Tailor Your New Life Overseas

What Makes You Miserable? Start Your Overseas Adventure There This will be a piece of cake, I told myself as we prepared for our move from Baltimore to Waterford what now seems like a lifetime ago… How different can Ireland be from the United States? My husband, my daughter, and I, we’ll slide right into…

A white sand beach in Comporta, Portugal during sunset

Comporta, Portugal: Luxury Life For Retirees At Affordable Rates

Sizing Up The World’s Top Retirement Haven In just two weeks I’ll be headed to Portugal for our annual Live And Invest In Portugal Conference—and I’m very excited to be there for our first in-person Portugal event since pre-Covid. But before heading south to the Algarve where the conference will be held, I’ll be stopping…

Caribbean beach at the cliff in Tulum at sunset, Mexico

Big Business Opportunities In Tulum, Mexico

Mexico’s Many Faces—From Luxe Living On The Pacific To Rugged Adventure On The Riviera Maya One of Mexico’s greatest appeals for the would-be retiree and expat is the diversity of lifestyles it offers. You could live with a view of the lapping Caribbean from your bedroom window… or the crashing Pacific on your doorstep… You…

Gorgeous Salguero beach in Santa Marta, Colombia

The Colombian Caribbean’s Best Buys Are In Santa Marta

A Bargain Caribbean Lifestyle In Santa Marta, Colombia Last week in Panama I went paddle boarding with Carlos, our Colombian property manager at Los Islotes, and we naturally got around to comparing his home country to his chosen adopted country… It’s an odd comparison, though, because Panama and Colombia don’t have a ton in common……

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