Investing In Property Overseas For Retirement

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How To Use Real Estate Overseas To Fund Your Retirement

I bought my first overseas property almost 16 years ago. Since then, properties have financed a good portion of my retirement. They also make up more than half of my income.

Perhaps more importantly, I’ve also been able to live in some fascinating and enjoyable places along the way.

I’ve developed and honed my property-buying skills over the past 16 years while spending literally tens of thousands of dollars on travel costs.

I’ve worked with some great real estate agents… as well as some crooks and scammers. Most didn’t speak English.

Eventually, it worked. I’m good at this now.

While my means of getting there is not for the faint of heart, it’s definitely one approach you can take.

But let me give you some sound advice. There’s a better way to go about this.

And it deserves very serious consideration from anyone who’s considering buying property abroad or who wants to see what their options are, quickly and efficiently.

Specifically, I recommend that you:

Join me at the Global Property Summit, March 20–22, 2017, in Panama City.

Let me spare you the sales pitch and get to the point.

We’ve put together a three-day event—the only event of its kind planned for 2017—that brings property experts from around the world together in one place at the same time.

And here’s what they bring to the party:

  • A broad selection of individual lots, houses, condos, and rural homes… oriented to beachfront, city, mountain, farm, and plantation living…
  • The best cross-section of planned communities from around the world…
  • The most attractive, turnkey, and profitable agricultural investments you can make right now…
  • Agriculture-oriented residential properties…
  • Land for development…

In addition, we will be showcasing a number of exclusive, off-market deals that are not available outside the event. This is due to their limited inventory or special event pricing.

The property experts who’ll be joining us come from far and wide and represent the best of what we see on the market today.

And, of course, we have our own team of Live and Invest Overseas property experts, including Lief Simon, Kathleen Peddicord, and Omar Best.

One thing that makes this event different from others is actionable offers. That is, you will see properties, projects, and investment opportunities that are available immediately.

Whether it’s Belize, Colombia, Panama, Nicaragua, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, France, Spain, or Portugal… the experts in each case will tell you why their markets have potential and then they will introduce you to specific opportunities to prove their point, opportunities that you can act on right away.

I get a lot out of meeting people at events like this. In fact, the attendees can be the biggest benefit of all. First and foremost are their ideas. During a three-day event, I hear enough good ideas and investment approaches from attendees to provide fodder for a dozen property buys.

And, in my experience, many business-investment relationships formed at these events continue for years. I remember a group of people that met about 10 years ago, and they’re still buying and developing properties together in Ecuador today.

The cost of joining us for this event is a bargain when you consider what you’re getting access to and what you’re saving in travel and research costs.

I look forward to seeing you there.

Lee Harrison
Editor, Overseas Property Alert

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Lee Harrison

Lee has been living overseas for nearly 15 years, making his first purchase abroad in the colonial city of Cuenca, Ecuador. After that first investment, he traveled extensively across Latin America and Europe looking for the best property deals possible. Lee’s network of property insiders from those travels, along with his understanding of local cultures and languages, has helped him develop insight into local property markets that only the locals usually possess. He offers overseas real estate advice in his weekly Overseas Property Alert.