See the video below, where Dan Prescher reports from Costa Rica with your weekly wrap-up of International Living postcards for the week ending January 29.
Sven Lorenz starts off the postcards for last week writing in from Sark, a little island off the French coast of Normandy. If you haven’t heard of it, don’t feel like the Lone Ranger, but if you have, you probably have an interest in tax havens, and Sark is one of the best tax havens in the world. All you have to do is own property or a leasehold agreement there to take advantage of the tax benefits. Problem is, there are only 220 available on the island. Guess what? Sven knows where one is available. Find out all about it in his January 24 postcard.
Ronan McMahon of Pathfinder Real Estate writes in with what he calls the best buy in Costa Rica right now, bar none. Ronan is particular and has some pretty specific requirements for his real estate picks. He’ll tell why he thinks this part of Costa Rica is in the path of progress in his postcard.
Ronan is back with a specific pick on where to buy in Brazil right now. It’s where Ronan is invested in himself, so he’s putting his money where his mouth is. He tells you what makes this particular area of Brazil so special in his January 26 postcard.
Ronan scores a hat trick with his third postcard from a Costa Rica destination just coming on the radar, where you can get Caribbean ocean views for just $3,000 per acre. Ronan describes this area as “picture-perfect Caribbean”. Find out where it is in his postcard.
IL’s financial editor, Chris Hunter, says that if Singapore isn’t on your investment radar, it should be. This Asian dynamo ticks all the boxes, and Chris tells you exactly what those boxes are and how to take advantage of them in his January 28 postcard.
IL’s Latin America editor, writes in from Salto, Argentina, a town he calls the best preserved colonial town in the country. He writes about a river-front project with stunning Andean Mountain views, where lots are going from just $11,000. Get the whole story (and a video of the project) in today’s postcard.