Escape to Your Own Overseas Playground

Escape to Your Own Overseas Playground

Previously, I spoke to you about places to get residence and a second passport overseas. I discussed getting residence through real estate investment and spots where you can cut your taxes. Finding the right overseas residence is one of the first steps in creating your plan B. It’s a key factor in determining where to Read more...: Escape to Your Own Overseas Playground

Make This The Year Of Freedom

Make This The Year Of Freedom

If you haven’t yet picked your New Year’s resolution for 2021, here’s a suggestion… Make this the “year of freedom…” The year of financial freedom, freedom to travel, freedom from taxes, freedom from restrictions… It might sound ambitious, but in a moment I’ll explain how you can make it all happen. Right now, the travel Read more...: Make This The Year Of Freedom

Homes With History for Less Than You Think

Homes With History for Less Than You Think

Now is a great time to pick up a home in Europe…no matter what your budget. Think historic stone homes in time-worn villages for under $40,000…rambling old mansions with acres of land for less than $150,000…ocean-view cottages…lock-and-leave apartments… For years, migration from the countryside to the cities, and overseas, has left a glut of character Read more...: Homes With History for Less Than You Think

A New Year…and a Flood of New Deals

A New Year…and a Flood of New Deals

My belly is full. My body is rested. I’m ready for an incredible 2021… I’ve spent the last couple of days celebrating the New Year with my in-laws. They’re Mexican-Japanese and their tradition is heavily set around food. They’ve been preparing for weeks, with scouting trips to Guadalajara in search of just the right ingredients. Read more...: A New Year…and a Flood of New Deals

Why I’m Not Buying in My Favorite Vacation Destination

Why I’m Not Buying in My Favorite Vacation Destination

St. Andrews, on Scotland’s east coast, has been a pilgrimage site for over 1,000 years. It was once so busy with pilgrims, the town had potential to be a “Second Rome.” Legend has it the holy bones of Saint Andrew (an apostle of Jesus) were brought to the town long, long ago. Today it’s famous Read more...: Why I’m Not Buying in My Favorite Vacation Destination

A Dead Easy Way to Buy a Cheap Home in France

A Dead Easy Way to Buy a Cheap Home in France

I’m not a gambler. I like a sure thing. Especially when it comes to real estate investing. However, there are tantalizing deals out there for folks willing to accept some risk. One of the most intriguing of all are “vente en viager” deals found in France and Belgium. The term “viager” owes its origin to Read more...: A Dead Easy Way to Buy a Cheap Home in France