Panama’s Azuero Peninsula Bundle
These Special Panama Reports arm you with all the tips, tricks, and firsthand insider intelligence you’ll need to decide whether the Azuero Peninsula could be home for you or not. Every report includes broad budget comparisons, insights into the communities and how your life would be within them, and much, much more.
Our Azuero Peninsula Bundle includes:
- Chitre, Panama
- Las Tablas, Panama
- La Villa de Los Santos, Panama
- Pedasi, Panama
- Venao, Tonosi, and Cambutal, Panama
China, Overseas Haven Reports
Hangzhou, China | Overseas Haven Report
In this Overseas Haven Report we bring to life Hangzhou, China, a land of lakes, water gardens, and elegant pagodas, where many expats have already found an earthly paradise.
There’s a lot to learn about life in this delightfully affordable part of the world, from property ownership to running a business, and you’ll find it all in our report.SKU: OHR-HANGZHOU-CHINA
France, Overseas Haven Reports
Béarn, France | Overseas Haven Report
In this Overseas Haven Report we feature the region of Béarn, France.
Béarn, France is home to the French towns of Nay and Morlaas. They are a good size; not too big or too small. We’ve found them both very welcoming, both have every facility and service you need, both have an interesting historical center, and both set in beautiful, though different, countryside.SKU: OHR-BEARN-FRANCE
Panama Special Reports
Via Tocumen Neighborhoods, Panama City, Panama
In this Panama Special Report, we give you the ins-and-outs of the Via Tocumen neighborhoods of Panama City.
The Via Tocumen neighborhoods of San Antonio, Cerro Viento, Brisas del Golf, and Villa Lucre are Panama City’s suburban, middle-class area. This is where you are likely to find the best deals on local middle-class housing.SKU: PSR-VIA-TOCUMEN
Panama Special Reports
Rainy Season In Panama: A Survival Guide
From April or May to December or so, Panama’s rainy season (also called the wet season) sets in. During this time—the majority of the year—you can safely expect a downpour per day. The rain may last mere minutes but, more often than not, the precipitation doesn’t let up for a couple of hours. After several months of no moisture in the dry season, though, the country is a dustbowl, so by the time the rains roll back in, many welcome the wet weather.
Early months, say, from April to August, may not see rain at all—but storms usually occur in the afternoon, and often the sun shines bountifully before and after. At the height of the season, though, November and December, say, you can almost set your watch by the thunderstorms, and entire days tend to be overcast. You might even see the occasional all-day storm during these months—a true rarity in the tropics.
By no means should you let the wet season rule your life—there’s no reason to hibernate for these overcast and unpredictable months. Wondering what all there is to do that won’t get rained out? This rainy season survival guide puts the best of Panama’s indoor opportunities at your fingertips…SKU: PSR-RAINY-SEASON
Bundles, Europe, Get Started
The Best Of Seaside Europe
No one can deny that Europe hosts one of the most iconic cities in the world. But… Are you ready to discover some of the most gorgeous coastal towns of Spain, Portugal, France, Croatia… or Malta? The most memorable escapades are usually the ones that nobody talks about… and the list is endless!…
We selected among the best coastlines of the region to assemble a one-of-a-kind collection for you: The Best Of Seaside Europe.
Seaside Europe is high-on demand and continues to be hotspot for countless expats. Travelers from all over the world and smart investors choose these regions to getaway, retire, and own real-estate. This exclusive resource guide is intended to provide you with everything you’ll need to know before you embark on your adventure across Seaside Europe…
Our hand-picked seaside towns include:
- Santander, Spain
- Crete, Greece
- Abruzzo, italy
- Lisbon, Portugal
- Hvar, Croatia
- Valencia, Spain
- Morbihan, France
- Barcelona, Spain
- Algarve, Portugal
- Easter Algarve, Portugal
Panama Special Reports
Panama City’s Coastal Hot Spots
Panama is the S-shaped isthmus bordering both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, meaning it has no shortage of coastline…
Oceanfront properties are available all around, but does it mean that every coastal property in Panama City is desirable? LIOS insider insight reveals Panama City’s costal hot spots—Calidonia, Punta Paitilla, and Punta Pacífica.
Calidonia, the subject of recent city wide infrastructural improvements, is a district of Panama City located along Avenida Balboa, with the Mercado de Mariscos at its westernmost limit. Rough around the edges, but on its way to become a great place to park money for long-term capital gains.
Punta Paitilla is on the coast, meaning prime urban beach space, plus it has some of the oldest condo towers in the city and easy access to the entire city.
In Punta Pacífica, the game is high-rise condominiums. No other neighborhood better represents the sudden and dramatic transformation of Panama City than Punta Pacífica.SKU: PSR-COASTAL-HOT-SPOTS
Overseas Living Letter | 1 Year (includes FREE 2019 Overseas Retirement Index)
Top Overseas Options Revealed In Full
Cheapest, safest, friendliest…best weather, best infrastructure, best health care…most tax-advantaged and most foreign resident-friendly…
Plus most beautiful, romantic, exotic, historic, and adventure-filled.
Subscribers of Overseas Living Letter will be introduced to each and every one of the world’s top overseas havens, in complete and current detail.
Each month brings complete and in-depth reports on the world’s top overseas havens, including full details on residency, visa options, health care, taxes, and itemized monthly budgets for all of the world’s top overseas havens.SKU: SUB-OLL-1
Argentina, Overseas Haven Reports
Mendoza, Argentina | Overseas Haven Report
In this Overseas Haven Report we take you on an unforgettable journey into the heart of Argentina’s wine country–a region that offers a most enviable lifestyle…on a very affordable budget. And you don’t need to be a wine aficionado to fit in down Mendoza way. As you’ll soon find out, there’s a lot more to “the next Napa” than its grapes.SKU: OHR-MENDOZA-ARGENTINA
New Zealand, Overseas Haven Reports
Christchurch, New Zealand | Overseas Haven Report
In this Overseas Haven Report we explore Christchurch, New Zealand.
From its showcase botanic gardens, public parks, and nature reserves, to community vegetable plots and well-kept private grounds, Christchurch, New Zealand deserves its status as a garden city.
In this special report, we uncover the hidden gem that is Christchurch.SKU: OHR-CHRISTCHURCH-NEW-ZEALAND
Panama Special Reports
El Cangrejo, Panama City, Panama
In this Panama Special Report, we bring you one of the most fun and eccentric neighborhoods in Panama City; El Cangrejo.
El Cangrejo’s mix of people from all over the world offers an interesting mix of cultures. Many regard El Cangrejo as Panama City’s most lively and expat-friendly area. The neighborhood is walkable and offers an abundance of tree-lined streets under which to grab some shade and perhaps a bite to eat. If you are interested in living in Panama City, this is one of the first places we recommend you look.SKU: PSR-EL-CANGREJO
Overseas Haven Reports, Thailand
Phuket, Thailand | Overseas Haven Report
In this Overseas Haven Report, we feature Phuket, Thailand.
Phuket is known for many things, some of which we wouldn’t recommend, but there are many things this a great place to spend time, such as the warm tropical sea, the sandy beaches, scuba diving, golf courses, beautiful scenery, and a low cost of living.SKU: OHR-PHUKET-THAILAND