It's A Good Time To Stake Your Claim In Paris (Portugal Too)

It’s A Good Time To Stake Your Claim In Paris (Portugal Too)

Paris Will Always Be Paris…

“Paris is no longer Paris,” President Trump told the crowds at a rally in Washington last February, quoting a friend who had given up visiting the city following terrorist attacks on the City of Light in recent years.

Still, POTUS has accepted President Macron’s invitation to join France’s Bastille Day celebrations this July 14—when U.S. troops will join in the traditional military parade, marking 100 years since the United States’ entry into World War I.

And, while he may not tweet the world about it, I believe Trump will find that Paris is still very much Paris…

One of the most iconic cities in the world, it needs no introduction. If you’ve never had the opportunity to visit Paris in the past, it is everything you’ve seen in the movies… and more.

But here’s the thing that escapes most people about the City of Light…

It’s not just a tourist city… and those tourist prices you may have experienced in Continue reading

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Why Portugal Was Perfect For Our Family (And Our Finances)

Meet The Happy Residents Of “105”

Last week we talked about the advantages of living in Portugal’s Algarve, from the cheap cost of living to easy residency. But how does all this play out in reality when you decide to shape up and ship out of your home?

Today, I’d like to share Californian Stephanie Calcott’s story as told from the podium at our Live and Invest in Portugal Conference last July…

“For 10 years, my husband and I talked about moving overseas and giving ourselves and our son the opportunity to experience the world. We traveled to many of the places recommended in Live and Invest Overseas newsletters—including Colombia, Panama, and Ecuador…

“One day, I read about Portugal—a place I’d never considered—and thought ‘Maybe this is it!’ As soon as we set foot in Portugal, we knew this was the place. We absolutely fell in love with it.”

Like anybody preparing for a move overseas, Stephanie and her husband had to think about their priorities. They wanted to be somewhere warm. They needed a solid education system for their then Continue reading