Home Conference Kits, Panama
2020 Live and Invest in Panama Home Conference Kit
Our Panama Home Conference Kit is the most in-depth resource that you’ll find anywhere about living, retiring, investing, or doing business in Panama. This massive kit contains every presentation made during our recent Live and Invest in Panama Conference, including panels with some of the top experts and expats who have years of experience in the country.SKU: HCK-PANAMA-2020
2020 Overseas Retirement Index
Live and Invest Overseas has named the world’s top retirement havens. In our Annual Overseas Retirement Index, we identify and score the 14 best places on earth to think about spending your retirement.
Where’s the world’s best place to retire?
There’s no way to answer that question, so we don’t try. Instead, in this survey, we grade each of what we have identified as the world’s 14 best places to think about enjoying this phase of life in each of 15 categories. Together, these 15 categories represent the most important criteria that a would-be retiree should consider when shopping the globe for the best place to hang his hat.SKU: RPT-INDEX-2020
The tiny finger of land that pokes out from Panama City’s southeastern corner and into the Pacific Ocean is San Felipe—better known to most as Casco Viejo, Casco Antiguo, or, simply, Casco.
Casco is laid out in grid format like a classic European city. Every few blocks, you’ll find a tree-lined plaza or the spire of a cathedral, all of which casts an Old World charm over the place. At only four avenues wide, the neighborhood is small and compact; a tiny treasure trove of historical structures best explored on foot. But despite all the visual reminders of the past, it’s also constantly evolving…
Most of Panama City’s cultural events are hosted in Casco Viejo. On any given day, you attend a gallery opening, watch a parade, listen to a concert, or stumble upon an impromptu event on the streets. There’s almost always something going on here… The best way to find out about events is to simply wander the streets.
Casco is sought out by tourists from around the world… If the prospect of living in the thick of all the action sounds appealing, Casco is probably for you.SKU: OHR-TAIPEI-TAIWAN
Home Conference Kits, Offshore and Investing
Wealth Building and Diversification Kit
Not too long ago, over two dozen of our top banking, legal, and investment contacts in the offshore world met for Offshore Wealth Summit. The information shared ranks among the most expert in the world, and included invaluable advice on banking, tax, residency, citizenship, asset-protection, international business, and offshore investing.
Now that the event is over, you can purchase the complete set of recordings from the event, our Wealth Building and Diversification Kit.SKU: HCK-WEALTH-2019
Malta, Overseas Haven Reports
Gozo is an extremely picturesque little rock in the middle of the Mediterranean where you can enjoy beautiful beaches with turquoise waters, inexpensive property, and an interesting local culture, all steeped in a rich historical ambiance…
Gozo is a steppingstone between North Africa and Southern Europe… Its first known inhabitants arrived in 5000 B.C., and since then, it’s been invaded by everyone from the Phoenicians to the Arabs, the French to the Brits.
Its landscape is renowned for its cacti-spotted hills and peaceful, desert scenery… In fact, it’s so distinctive, it’s often featured in television and film. If you’ve ever seen “The Count of Monte Cristo,” “Game of Thrones,” or “By the Sea,” then you’ve already laid eyes on Gozo’s landscape.
If you’re after the party scene or enjoy spending time at the mall, Gozo isn’t for you. The island is rustic, with more outdoor diversion than indoor. The local culture is vibrant, with year-round activities, and the island is safe.SKU: OHR-GOZO-MALTA
Panama, Panama Special Reports
The Azuero Peninsula: Western Azuero, Panama
This Azuero issue covers the peninsula’s more-rugged corner, the western side. Western Azuero is known for farming, fishing, surfing, and beaches… and let’s not forget about the stunningly beautiful sunsets.
Its undeveloped, western-facing beaches provide unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean…
The western side of Azuero was previously only known to cattle ranchers and wealthy farmers… Then surfers came. They managed to keep the great waves a secret, but word eventually got out. Now, international surfing championships are held here.
In this area you’re surrounded by nature, pure and raw… Capuchin and howler monkeys call from the trees, sea turtles lay their eggs along the beaches, and, in season, dolphins and whales swim and play offshore.
Azuero could be right for you. You’ll have to check it out in person to know for sure…SKU: PSR-WESTERN-AZUERO
Home Conference Kits
Live and Invest Overseas Home Conference Kit
The Live and Invest Overseas Home Conference Kit reveals the world’s 21 best budget destinations…places where you could enjoy a better quality of life…and on a budget of US$1,200 a month or less. From Old World living on the Continent…to an exotic new life in Asia…from the white-sand isles of the Caribbean to the sunny, welcoming, and super-affordable havens of the Americas…
In addition, with the help of expats with firsthand experience living, retired, investing, and doing business all across the globe, we’re revealing, over a series of seven special issue workshops, everything you need to know to make one of these 21 special places your home in as little as 12 months.SKU: HCK-LIOS-2019
Mexico, Overseas Haven Reports
Mazatlán, Mexico | Overseas Haven Report
Mazatlán offers the best beachfront lifestyle you’ll find in Mexico… maybe the best you’ll find anywhere.
It boasts over 10 miles of sandy beaches, which vary from bustling and energetic stretches conveniently near town, to sections of isolated shoreline where you can get away from it all. The beaches are accessible and can be enjoyed from the wide, new boardwalk, which is 5 miles long.
Best of all, both the beach and colonial lifestyles offer countless options for fine dining, quiet coffee shops, energetic and friendly bars… as well as a dynamic and active real estate market.
You can “go local”… or not. Resort areas aside, Mazatlán is a “real” city of almost a half-million people. You can choose to be part of the American and Canadian community, speak mostly English, and ease your way into Mazatlán, aided by people who’ve come before you. Or you can live in an authentic Mexican environment, speak mostly Spanish, enjoy a lower cost of living, and immerse yourself in Mexico’s charming culture.
If you’d enjoy all of this… all within an easy distance from the States and Canada, then Mazatlán could well be right for you.SKU: OHR-MAZATLAN-MEXICO
Overseas Haven Reports
How To Make A Living As A Freelance Writer Overseas | Overseas Haven Report
Living abroad is one of the most enlightening, fascinating, and memorable experiences you can have in life. A common objection to making the leap abroad is money. “I can’t afford it,” we often hear from hopeful nomads. “I don’t have enough saved.”
The good news is that in today’s interconnected world, it’s possible to work just about anywhere as long as you have a stable internet connection and a laptop.
We want you—our fellow nomads—to enjoy your time abroad and show you all the options… That’s why we’re sharing nine steps that will help you get started as a content writer and overcome the first and most difficult milestone: making your first US$1,000.SKU: OHR-WRITER-OVERSEAS
Panama, Panama Special Reports
Many people only know Aguadulce as that annoying little town along the Pan-American Highway where traffic becomes congested… And it’s true—but it’s a misconception that traffic is all there is to this town. The other misconception is that Aguadulce’s only attraction is the Spanish-colonial architecture. There’s so much more…
Aguadulce’s history is mysterious… It was known as “la tierra de la sal y el azúcar” (the land of salt and sugar) during the late 18th century and was baptized as San Juan Bautista de Aguadulce around the same time.
The Aguadulceña community takes great pride in their cultural history and its importance to the country. The small town preserves several cultural landmarks that the now Ministry of Culture proclaimed important to Panama’s national heritage in 2017…
One is the Museum of Salt and Sugar, with its colonial architecture and canary yellow façade. For a nominal fee, you can look at pre-Colombian artifacts, historical documents, photographs, as well as the origins of the sugar industry. Another iconic building is the Eduardo Pedreschi Municipal Palace. Built in 1925, it’s named after the Italian architect who designed many of the important buildings in the city.
Currently, Aguadulce is restoring, improving, and repairing important city structures, with many visible renovation projects like Parque 19 de Octubre, directly across the street from the historic San Juan Bautista Church.
If you enjoy fresh air and sunshine (with some rain mixed in), Aguadulce is a great place to live, with an abundance of outdoor activities to do here… limited only by your imagination and abilities.SKU: PSR-AGUADULCE