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Top 10 Investment Markets For 2016 Kathleen wrote earlier this month to tell you about our picks for the best places to live or retire in 2016. That's part of our Live and Invest Overseas agenda—where best to spend your time. The other part is where best to spend your money... New Year’s Eve seems…
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Four Ways To Profit From Real Estate Overseas (With As Little As $17,000) I'm finalizing the line-up for my 2016 Global Property Summit taking place at the Marriott Hotel in Panama City March 14–16. My straightforward objective is to showcase top current options for making money from real estate…
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The Last Big Thing In Uruguayan Beachfront Property One affordable section of coastline in Uruguay still boasts miles of undeveloped, pristine beaches, with fine white sand bordered by deep blue Atlantic waters. On this last untouched stretch of coastline, you find no high-rises, few developments,…
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Why This Top Retirement Haven Is Also One Of The Best Places In The World To “Go Offshore” I came to Uruguay for the first time in 2004 on vacation. I was living in Ecuador at the time and had no interest in setting up another residence or internationalizing my life any more than it already was. The…
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Capital Appreciation Is So 2006—Invest Today For The Yield I've been beating this drum for some time, but I don't think the point can be made too strongly or too often: It's a yields market. All over. (more…)
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How Uruguay Stacks Up I visited Uruguay for the first time 26 years ago at the tender age of 22. I was just starting out covering this live and invest overseas beat and had, frankly, no idea what I was doing. Lucky for me, therefore, that the Uruguay government arranged a travel companion for this…
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Why Uruguay Was The Perfect Safe Havens For These Expats "Developed in the 1930s as a resort for wealthy Argentineans," writes Uruguay Correspondent Sol Tuya, "Piriapolis has evolved into one of the world's most affordable and appealing retirement havens, attracting expats from North America,…
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The Panama of South America "The honesty and realism of your information shines through. I am looking forward to continuing reading your offerings for a long time." -- Carol C., United States When I was just starting out covering this retire overseas beat, Jane Parker was already a seasoned…
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Retire In Style To The Switzerland Of South America: Uruguay “I’d been bouncing around Latin America for about a decade by the time I discovered Uruguay. After years living, traveling, and doing business in Venezuela, Nicaragua, and elsewhere in the region, what struck me about Uruguay was how…
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