- “Thank You For IL’s Blueprint For Your New Life in Nicaragua”
Posted on November 27, 2013 by International Living
For the past couple of days I have been viewing the videos in the “Blueprint for Nicaragua” and just wanted to send a quick note to say “WOW” and how much I really enjoyed and learned from the presentation you and Dan put together. It answered so many questions and really gives you a great feeling about Nicaragua, especially the segments that included all of the interviews with the expats. It is so in depth and informative that it makes you feel like you have already been there.
- Five Expat Havens in Thailand Offer Low Costs and a High Quality of Life
Posted on November 20, 2013 by Laura Doyle
“Thailand is one of the world’s most popular locales for good living abroad,” says InternationalLiving.com writer Heather Van Deest, who has lived there with her family for the past eight years. “For pennies on the dollar expats gain a year-round tropical climate and access to modern comforts and conveniences, including affordable, high-quality medical care.”
- Testimonials from IL’s Fast-Track Your Retirement Overseas Conference 2013
Posted on October 26, 2013 by International Living
The conference far exceeded mine & Maria’s expectation!! John Curran’s delivery was exceptional. We gained much insight after talking directly with Suzan Haskins, and John & Sue Curran about Ecuador. We can’t wait to visit after the first of the year. My only constructive critic would be to have lighting light up the speakers when they were on stage. I am a fan, and see the benefit of being an IL member!! – Robert (Sonny) Morris
- Panama Offers Boaters Overseas Big Savings on Yachts and Docking Fees
Posted on October 18, 2013 by Laura Doyle
Based in Minnesota, Mike and Ann Roess bought their sailboat in Panama and saved at least 15% on the cost, reports InternationalLiving.com. They found Escapade—a Hylas 49 sailboat, which sleeps up to eight people—on Yachtworld.com, a website that connects boat sellers and buyers. A Spanish mariner owned the boat and docked it in Panama. The Roesses had a gut feeling that it was the right boat for them, so Mike flew to Panama.
- Seven of the World’s Best Islands for Good-Value Living
Posted on October 4, 2013 by Laura Doyle
The Caribbean island of Roatan is great for good-value, laid-back living in the sun. It’s a good pick for anybody who likes to dive, snorkel, swing in a hammock or sit with feet in the sand. Thirty-five miles off the coast of Northern Honduras, English is widely spoken. That, along with an established expat community, makes it a relatively easy place to settle in.
- Secret Mediterranean Island Offers Low Costs, Great Climate and High Quality of Life
Posted on October 3, 2013 by Laura Doyle
Malta is the smallest country in the European Union (just 122 square miles), but it has long been a vacation spot for sun-starved northern Europeans and a tax haven for the wealthy. Multi-million-dollar yachts fill Malta’s marinas. Yet you’ll find great bang for your buck here. A couple could live well on a budget of $2,000 a month.
A new world-class port is being built in the city of Pecém in northeast Brazil, and is set to become a major integrated-manufacturing hub, reports InternationalLiving.com. This project is already in the works and billions of dollars are being invested.
- Real Estate Bargains Found in Southern Italy’s Least-Known Region
Posted on August 26, 2013 by Laura Doyle
On the eastern side of Basilicata is the region’s most famous and fascinating city, Matera. A UNESCO World Heritage site, it is thought to be Europe’s oldest continually-inhabited town.
Prior to signing up, we always wondered why people signed up for these conferences given the expense involved, BUT after attending, it was every penny and more. Speakers were excellent, the information we received answered all our questions and some questions we didn’t know we had. — Larry & Peggy Eastabrook
I am single and a year-and-a-half ago one of your postcards mentioned a San Pedro Condo on the beach in the center of town for sale at US$99,000. I visited San Pedro and bought the condo. I manage to live very nicely here on my Social Security check & a small 401K, for about $2,000 per month.
- “Best Property Values in a Decade” in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Posted on June 28, 2013 by Laura Doyle
InternationalLiving.com has uncovered a range of properties in sought-after San Miguel de Allende—with price […]
- Testimonials from IL’s Ultimate Event 8 Conference 2013
Posted on June 26, 2013 by International Living
It only made me more committed to making the move within the next 2 years at most–now if I can only narrow the choices down! I foresee some exploratory trips coming up for me–Ecuador and surprises to me–Mexico and Costa Rica. – Laura Jessup
- InternationalLiving.com Highlights New Retirement Trend Among Expat Retirees
Posted on May 17, 2013 by Laura Doyle
A new InternationalLiving.com profile shares the story of trend-setting baby boomers Tim and Lynne […]
- Thanks to IL for Hosting the Fast Track Overseas Conference That Ended up Changing our Lives
Posted on May 14, 2013 by International Living
Last September we attended the “Fast Track to Overseas” conference in Vegas. We listened to as many of the speakers as possible and Keith Hockton’s talk on Penang really hit us between the eyes. He spoke to us after his presentation for quite some time and really put things in a different perspective. He opened our minds to another world of possibilities.
- Voting Opens on “Test Drive Your Dream Retirement Overseas – A Free Month in Nicaragua” Competition
Posted on May 2, 2013 by Laura Doyle
InternationalLiving.com steps up its hunt to find the ideal candidate(s) willing to try out life as expat retirees in Granada, Nicaragua for a month – all expenses paid.
- 7 Top Retirement Havens Offer Expats Health Care from $30 per Month – InternationalLiving.com
Posted on April 30, 2013 by Laura Doyle
InternationalLiving.com reveals how citizens from the U.S. and Canada can access affordable, quality health care in seven top retirement havens overseas.
- “Million-Dollar Addresses for $150K” in Punta del Este, Uruguay – InternationalLiving.com
Posted on March 27, 2013 by Laura Doyle
InternationalLiving.com report reveals how to access premium-neighborhood homes in South America’s most exclusive resort at rock-bottom prices.
- Testimonials from IL’s Fast-Track Ecuador 2013 Conference
Posted on March 22, 2013 by International Living
Great speakers, well prepared, good photo support, and good delivery, but most important; the information provided was right on track. – Steve Stamper
- InternationalLiving.com Highlights $39K Colonial Homes in Nicaragua
Posted on March 19, 2013 by Laura Doyle
InternationalLiving.com report uncovers colonial homes for under $40,000 in the city of Granada, situated along the bank of Lake Nicaragua.
- “My Wife and I Thoroughly Enjoyed the Fast Track Ecuador Package”
Posted on March 14, 2013 by International Living
Ecuador has been on my radar for about six months now and my wife had been somewhat lukewarm to the idea, only because of kids & future grandkids etc… But after listening to the Fast Track package she is sold.
- Internationalliving.com is Looking for Retirees to Test-Drive Overseas Retirement – Free
Posted on February 19, 2013 by Laura Doyle
InternationalLiving.com has just launched its 2013 hunt for Americans or Canadians willing to live as expat retirees in Nicaragua for a month – all expenses paid.
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