Owning real estate overseas can mean profit…
And, if you ask me, I’ll tell you that it always means fun.
Buying a piece of property in another country can mean living a superior lifestyle backed by passive income… what can amount to regular paychecks showing up in your bank account… to the tune of US$20,000 and upward a year…
It can mean protecting yourself from running out of cash in your retirement years… even growing a healthy legacy for your loved ones…
It can mean enjoying the adventure of a lifetime… your own second home or vacation villa in some tempting Shangri-la overseas…
All without worrying about where the stock market, the U.S. dollar, or, indeed, the country overall is headed.
Over the years, Lief and I have come across hundreds of ordinary folks—folks like you… folks like us—who are buying up foreign property to fund comfortable and exciting lifestyles around the world.
At the age of 49, our friend Lee packed in the Manhattan rat race and retired to Ecuador with his wife Julie…
From there, the couple moved on to Uruguay… Brazil… Colombia… and Mexico.
Each time they used the profits of the sale of their previous home to fund the launch of their next adventure.
In addition, for years now, Lee and Julie have been boosting their income with monthly cash flow from their rental properties they’ve been able to buy in key markets.
Lee and Julie left New York 20 years ago and haven’t looked back. They’ve been having too much fun looking ahead to each new destination calling their names.
However, you don’t have to leave the United States for good to do this.
Years ago, we knew a lady called Janet who bought a plot of land on the Irish coastline. There, she built two homes—one for her own vacation time… and one to rent out.
Every summer, Janet flew to the Emerald Isle to check on her rental property and spend time in her Irish home. The rental cash flow she earned covered the carrying costs of both properties. And, Janet had money in the bank to cover her annual stay in Ireland (and then some).
I could go on. As I said, we have hundreds of these stories.
But now it’s your chance to join the ranks of these ordinary folks living lifestyles of independently wealthy jet-setters.
Indeed, I believe it’s critical that you at least consider this path… because, if you have all your investment capital tied up in the U.S. stock market, you’re very vulnerable to what is likely ahead… maybe not too far on the horizon.
Maybe you’re largely or even completely invested in the U.S. stock market because you’re not sure what else to do with your money.
If you’ve been reading these dispatches for any time, you already know what I’m going to recommend… more strongly than ever before in my 35 years of covering this beat and personally making money using this strategy.
You need to diversify into real estate overseas. And you need to begin doing it right now.
Here’s How You Can Start Investing Into Real Estate Overseas
Recently, our publisher at Wiley got in touch to ask if Lief and I would be interested in writing a new book for them. They wanted to publish a guide to buying real estate overseas.
Because they realized, back at the start of this year, that buying real estate overseas—for second-home living and to generate cash flow to supplement retirement income—was going to become a big agenda among Americans desperate for alternatives.
Turns out, they couldn’t have been more right. This new book—coming off the presses as you read this—couldn’t be timelier.
It’s called “How To Buy Real Estate Overseas For Cash Flow (And A Better Life)”… and its 212 pages contain everything you need to know to get started down this proven, low-risk path to growing your own wealth.
Lief and I have been working over the past two-and-a-half decades to set ourselves and our family up for a secure and comfortable future. We haven’t retired yet. But, thanks to the strategies we share in the book, we are already receiving steady monthly payments… along with annual lump sums.
I don’t tell you all this to brag. There’s nothing special about Lief and me. We both started out with tiny investments (you can read the details of how we got started on page 2 of our book).
My point is that we’ve been able to use property overseas, by rolling the proceeds from one investment into another, into another, and so on to create both real wealth and steady cash flow ever since.
The great news is that everything we’ve done is well within your reach, too.
In “Buying Real Estate Overseas For Cash Flow (And A Better Life)” we lay everything out in a clear and simple way, so you can prepare for the future you deserve.
The key is in the book’s title.
Owning property… and not any old property… but income-producing property in markets outside the United States… is the number-one system for guaranteeing yourself a prosperous lifestyle now and in the future…
A life where you’ll never outlive your nest egg… or be forced to count your pennies day to day.
Perhaps the best news is that you don’t need a fortune to get started at this.
Right now, you could own your own escape on a sunny Mediterranean island for as little as US$58,000…
And, in key markets, you could buy to rent for a net yield of 10% or more… year after year. A return you’d never expect if you deposited your cash in the bank… and that you certainly couldn’t bank on if you put it in the markets.