What Do Nobel Prizes And Global Property Have In Common?

What Do Nobel Prizes And Global Property Have In Common?

The Easiest Way To Secure Your Second Home In The Sun

You’ve probably realized by now that I’m a sucker for a good quote. I’ve been holding the above words from British scientist John Kendrew—who, in 1962, shared the Nobel Prize for Chemistry with his Austrian colleague Max Perutz—until the time came for us to talk property again. And, today’s that day.

But let’s stick with Nobel for a moment. Do you know how much Nobel Prize winners earn these days?

Bob Dylan—who controversially skipped the award ceremony for his 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature—will come away with approximately US$900,000 (8 million Swedish krona)… as long as, in keeping with the academy’s rules, he delivers a lecture on the theme of literature within six months of the award ceremony.

Now Bob may not have much appreciation for that money. After all, this is the same guy who, in 1986, gave us these lyrics:

Wealth is a filthy rag
So erotic so unpatriotic
So wrapped up in the American flag

But, maybe three decades on, older and wiser, and with the times a-changin’ as they are, Bob will heed Kendrew’s advice and put at least some of his Nobel loot into property. If he’s smart, he’ll do this outside the jurisdiction of the American flag.

But what about you, dear reader? So, you don’t have US$900,000 stashed away… or Nobel Prize money coming down the line? Not to worry…

You can buy property overseas—for your own use or as an investment (or both)—for a whole lot less…

In fact, if you have only US$1,000 to spare today, you could stake your claim to a private-community lot in Belize… followed by monthly, interest-free payments of US$500…

Or, for just under US$50,000, you could own an acre of pristine, white-sand beach in Brazil…

And if you dream of romantic Europe, how about earning 10% returns per year on your own château in France, starting from as little as US$18,500…

Bottom line, no matter how much cash you have in reserve, you have options. Options that can allow you to:

  • Earn an income abroad…
  • Enjoy the security of a hard asset…
  • Cash in on the agriculture boom…
  • Store your wealth privately…
  • Open the door to overseas residency…

We’ll present all of your options—as well as current opportunities—to you at our Global Property Summit this March 20–22, 2017. Over three days in Panama City, our team of global real estate investors and experts will show you exactly how and where you should invest right now… in overseas markets that are safe, affordable, and highly lucrative.

Now, maybe you don’t think of yourself as an investor… you’re simply looking to buy your dream second home in the sun. In that case, we’ve got you covered, too…

Most people approach buying a piece of real estate in a foreign country the same way they’d approach it at home. But that’s a dangerous approach. The same rules, laws, cultural norms, and caveats don’t apply. Understanding the quirks and pitfalls involved in foreign markets—as we’ll outline at our 2017 Global Property Summit—will help you buy more confidently and allow you to tap into the tremendous benefits of a property purchase overseas… including the potential for earning income… money you can use to fund your new life overseas or add to your nest egg.

This is the kind of information you won’t find through internet research. As are the special opportunities our experts are preparing to share with you…

As I write, this team of global property pros, with, among them, decades of experience and impressive and extensive track records of success, continue to work on the ground, around the world, scouting opportunity—in crisis markets, in recovering markets, in boom markets, even in markets previously off-limits to foreign investors.

Remember, we won’t run another property-focused summit like this until 2018. If you’re serious about owning a property overseas, don’t miss this special gathering in Panama City next month when we’ll help you put your plans in place without delay.

Valentine Fouché
Editor, Live and Invest Overseas Confidential

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