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Nov. 13, 2011, Panama City, Panama: Cost Of Living In Panama City

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Dear Overseas Opportunity Letter Reader,

Lief left home well before dawn this morning to catch his flight from Panama City to Belize City, where, starting tomorrow, he'll be hosting this week's Live & Invest in Belize Conference. The event continues through Wednesday (we'll be bringing you live-from-the-scenes updates), but Lief is staying on in Belize through the week's end to meet with developers in that country he's working with and to scout a new opportunity he may want to report to his Marketwatch members.

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How To Invest In Property Overseas

Here's My Proven Four-Pronged Approach To Global Property Profits

Nov. 11, 2011, Panama City, Panama: Every experienced global property investor has a global property investing method behind his success. Here are my four secrets to successful global property investing.

Dear Live and Invest Overseas Reader,

Every experienced and successful global real estate investor has a method behind his success. An approach that fits no matter which market or situation you're in.

Me? To make money in global real estate, I look for opportunities that fall into one of these four categories:

1. Buying Wholesale

This is buying at a price below what the property would sell for to the general public, with the opportunity then to sell on (that is, to flip) to the general public at some key point in the future.

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Doing Business In Paris & Panama

Paris To Panama…What Gives?

Nov. 10, 2011, Panama City, Panama: While Paris is the world’s most beautiful and romantic city, Panama is the place to live if you want to operate an Internet business overseas.

Dear Live and Invest Overseas Reader,

"You have reminders of Paris all around," our friend born and raised in that city remarked over dinner at our house in Panama City last night. "I noticed the books and paintings in your office today," Vincent continued, "and I see more books about Paris on the bookshelves here in your living room, too.

"You seem very attached to that city," he concluded.

"Yes, we all really appreciated our time living in Paris," I replied, "and we look forward to every chance to return."

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How To Retire Overseas

11 Things To Know Before You Retire Overseas

Nov. 9, 2011, Panama City, Panama: Here are 11 things I’ve learned about how to retire overseas after three international moves across three continents.

Dear Overseas Opportunity Letter Reader,

Here are 11 things I've learned from the school of hard knocks after three international moves across three continents with two kids, a dog, a turtle, a husband, and two businesses:

  1. The first step to any move abroad is to set your priorities and to be honest in the process. What matters to you most? Evenings at the theater? Friends whose company you can enjoy in English? Cost of living? A reliable Internet connection? Don't kid yourself. If you can't imagine life without a Maytag washer and dryer, for example, you may need to rethink the entire proposition.

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Travel In Medellin & Panama City

Cities In Transition, Lands Of Opportunity

Nov. 8, 2011, Panama City, Panama: Cities like Medellin, Colombia, and Panama City, Panama, are places in transition and, therefore, lands of real estate and business investment opportunity.

Dear Live and Invest Overseas Reader,

Last week in Medellin, Colombia, one afternoon, we took the Metro Cable up the side of the mountain. The trip had been recommended to us since our first visit to this city 18 months ago as the best way to get a bird's-eye view of things. Finally, we found the time and took the metro from El Poblado to the end of the line west. From there, we climbed the stairs to the departure point for the cable cars and climbed on board the next open car that passed by.

Up, up, up, the cable pulled us over the valley and to the top of the mountain, allowing us, along the way, a view not only of downtown Medellin, but also of the surrounding barrios. In these hillside neighborhoods, some accessible only on foot, people live simply.

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Kathleen Peddicord is the founder of the Live and Invest Overseas publishing group. With more than 25 years experience covering this beat, Kathleen reports daily on current opportunities for living, retiring, and investing overseas in her free e-letter.

Her book, How To Retire Overseas—Everything You Need To Know To Live Well Abroad For Less, was recently released by Penguin Books.

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