From the Archives of Real Estate

Tulum Attracts a New Tribe

Tulum Attracts a New Tribe

YOHO Editors Choice
By |
September 7, 2020

#WorkFromHome is trending… On Instagram, you’ll find over 13 million posts using the hashtag. On Twitter, it pops up multiple times every minute. #WorkFromHome, #WFH, #WorkFromAnwhere, #RemoteWork, whatever you like to call it… Search though any of these tags across social media and you’ll find people discussing Zoom calls, offering tips, sharing picture of their Read more...: Tulum Attracts a New Tribe

My Only Southeast Asia Recommendation…

My Only Southeast Asia Recommendation…

Real Estate Investor
By |
September 4, 2020

Buying profitable real estate in Southeast Asia is not for the faint-hearted. Opaque and murky regulatory environments…floods of Chinese money to compete with…and, well, it’s a long way from home… But that’s not to say there isn’t opportunity. On the contrary… The old commercial, religious, and learning center of Chiang Mai in northern Thailand is Read more...: My Only Southeast Asia Recommendation…

Paradise is Short on Rentals…

Paradise is Short on Rentals…

Let me give you some advice… When you plan to spend time in paradise, book ahead. In Costa Rica’s Southern Zone, you learn this lesson fast. A couple of my team were in Ojochal last year and they struggled to find a place to stay. Everywhere was booked. They finally found a casita for rent Read more...: Paradise is Short on Rentals…

Bargain Buys: Own a Pub in Ireland

Bargain Buys: Own a Pub in Ireland

The traditional pub is synonymous with Ireland. Every crossroads had one. Most town squares had many. They were a place where the community gathered to tell stories or play music. To wake the dead and welcome the born. To celebrate victories and drown sorrows. The pub was at the heart of Irish society. The Irish Read more...: Bargain Buys: Own a Pub in Ireland

Bargain-Hunting in Ireland’s Midlands

Bargain-Hunting in Ireland’s Midlands

I’m surrounded by ancient Irish boglands, haggling over eggs with a German hippie, and I can’t think of anywhere I’d rather be. Just 12 hours earlier, I was in a two-bedroom apartment in Dublin, on Ireland’s east coast. It’s my remote-working base, and where I’ve spent nearly all of my time since the lockdown in Read more...: Bargain-Hunting in Ireland’s Midlands