Are There Low Cost Apartments Available for Rent in Boquete, Panama?

I’m a single, 72 year old woman living strictly on my Social Security income of $1,400.00 per month. I’m currently renting a Section 42 studio apartment for $443.00 per month. It’s a decent apartment that isn’t rundown but it’s decidedly very small and plain. Your literature indicates that one should be prepared to pay $650.00 Read more...: Are There Low Cost Apartments Available for Rent in Boquete, Panama?

Live Richer, Spend Less – International Living’s Guide to Retiring Overseas

In the book, you’ll gain the practical tools you need to help you see why a life abroad can make so much sense. You’ll be able to make rational decisions and understand if the overseas lifestyle is really for you—and if it is, the best way to go about it…to find a good fit, given your interests, priorities, budget, and dreams…

3 Places for a Tropical Beachfront Retirement Outside the Hurricane Zone

Mention the word “tropical” and most people will think of turquoise-blue waters and powder-white beaches. But one downside of a tropical retirement can be the threat of hurricanes. But there are many idyllic retirement havens where savvy retirees can get all the pleasures of life...

7 Great Overseas Alternatives If Florida Is Too Expensive

If Florida is too hot, crowded, and expensive for you…then you need to check out these alternative retirement locations around the world. From Panama to Portugal, from the beaches to the mountains, we have seven great retirement destinations where a couple can live comfortably on a monthly budget of as little as $1,394...

Conference Reviews and Testimonials

Here’s what International Living readers have been saying about their monthly magazine: “An exceptional opportunity to meet the speakers and like-minded individuals interested in living overseas. This year’s Overseas Bootcamp was my first. I learned a lot and it was fun to meet International Living writers that I read every month. I look forward to Read more...: Conference Reviews and Testimonials

Italy Without the Tourists: Five Getaways for Under $1,800 a Month

The Italian lifestyle is undeniably alluring. A nation that puts emphasis on good food, human interaction, and simple pleasures is definitely doing something right. The key is finding a location that is appealing and on the rise, but where properties are still at bargain prices and the rental market is not already saturated...