Panama’s Azuero Peninsula Bundle
These Special Panama Reports arm you with all the tips, tricks, and firsthand insider intelligence you’ll need to decide whether the Azuero Peninsula could be home for you or not. Every report includes broad budget comparisons, insights into the communities and how your life would be within them, and much, much more.
Our Azuero Peninsula Bundle includes:
- Chitre, Panama
- Las Tablas, Panama
- La Villa de Los Santos, Panama
- Pedasi, Panama
- Venao, Tonosi, and Cambutal, Panama
Panama Special Reports
Boquete is unlike any other town in Panama. The combination of its stunning natural setting, perfect temperate climate, and large expat contingent makes it a natural choice for those contemplating a move to Panama. It is located in western Panama, about 37 miles from the Costa Rican border. It’s part of Chiriquí Province, the capital of which, David, lies 30 miles to its south.
The tropical heat that Panama is famous for is much less intense in Boquete, and thanks to all the rain, it’s less dry than lower-altitude areas.
Boquete has the highest density of expats in Panama, and it’s fascinating and heartwarming to watch them intermingle seamlessly with third-generation boqueteños, indigenous people, and everyone in between.
Boquete is one-of-a-kind and a beautiful place to call home, but it also has its foibles and isn’t necessarily for everyone… Keep reading and find out if it could be your new home overseas.SKU: PSR-BOQUETE
Panama Special Reports
Puerto Armuelles, Panama
Puerto Armuelles, located in the province of Chiriquí and the capital of the district of Barú, is a small town is on Panama’s Pacific coast—much closer to Costa Rica (bordering the country, in fact) than to Panama City at the other end of the country (about a seven-hour drive away).
The beach stretches for miles on end… Banana trees blow in the wind and people stroll down the street, stopping to chat with friends…
Many equate life in Puerto, as it’s informally called, as being lost in time.Everything here is slower, everyone here is friendlier. There are no drive-by shootings, most people are riding bicycles. Some of them are carrying children on the handlebars, others towing a horse. Puerto is what life looks like when you mix a profitable past with an uncertain future. The town has a better infrastructure than many big cities, but its population is smaller and poorer than other places. Thisunique mix of past, present, and future, makes Puerto what it is.SKU: PSR-PUERTO-ARMUELLES
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Self-Sufficiency Starter Kit
Our Self-Sufficiency Starter Kit is the most comprehensive resource on self-sufficient living out there and includes the all-new bundle of expert presentation recordings from our recent Self-Sufficiency Seminar.
That’s a total of 17 expert presentations and interactive workshops detailing topics such as:
• Integrated Farm Design…
• Sustainable Home Design…
• Off-Grid Power, Water, And Communications…
• Hydro Aqua Aero Ponics…
• Long-Term Food Production….
• And much, much more…SKU: HCK-SELF-SUFFICIENCY
Bundles, Get Started, South America
The Best Of Ecuador
It’s easy to see why Ecuador has become one of the top overseas destinations.
This South American country has a promising future and possess extraordinary strengths, with great potential for attracting tourists, retirees, and investors from all over the world.
Our bundle puts the two most popular cities among expats together in a single set. Each report has been carefully reviewed to arm you with all the tips, tricks, insights, and first hand insider intelligence to genuinely guide you on everything you need to know about this wonderful nation.
Get started today and take advantage of this two-in-one opportunity… with a special discount!
Discover the Best of Ecuador:
- Lajos, Ecuador
- Cuenca, Ecuador
Overseas Haven Reports
Da Lat, Vietnam | Overseas Haven Report
Best known as “Little Paris,” Da Lat is a resort town in Vietnam’s Central Highlands. Often shrouded in mist thanks to its altitude, its elevation also means year-round mild weather and pine forests, attracting plenty of expats and tourists seeking cooler climes. The climate also means an abundance of local produce available no matter the month.
Da Lat is Vietnam’s honeymoon capital, often called the Valley of Love, offering flower gardens, swan-shaped paddleboats, a miniature Eiffel Tower, and much more to the romantic at heart. Plus, golf courses for those who like to hit the links.
The city is relatively small (under 400 square kms), allowing you to get around on foot. It’s also considered a safe area, not subject to earthquakes or other natural disasters.
Perhaps the best thing about Da Lat, though, is that it can be enjoyed at an shockingly low cost. Everything from rent to health insurance to a cup of coffee is cheaper than it is back home, and you can live well here on nothing but your pension.
If you’re after peace and tranquility, rest, and relaxation, this might be the place for you.SKU: OHR-DA-LAT-VIETNAM
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Overseas Living Letter | 1 Year (includes FREE 2020 Overseas Retirement Index)Get Started, Subscriptions
Overseas Living Letter | 1 Year (includes FREE 2020 Overseas Retirement Index)
Top Overseas Options Revealed In Full
Cheapest, safest, friendliest…best weather, best infrastructure, best health care…most tax-advantaged and most foreign resident-friendly…
Plus most beautiful, romantic, exotic, historic, and adventure-filled.
Subscribers of Overseas Living Letter will be introduced to each and every one of the world’s top overseas havens, in complete and current detail.
Each month brings complete and in-depth reports on the world’s top overseas havens, including full details on residency, visa options, health care, taxes, and itemized monthly budgets for all of the world’s top overseas havens.SKU: SUB-OLL-1-INDEX-CANADA-DAY
Panama Special Reports
Marbella, Panama City, Panama
In this Panama Special Report, we’ll introduce you to the Marbella area of Panama City.
Marbella and its surrounding area is Panama City’s banking district and the engine room of the country’s booming economy. The more than 100 glittering banks and financial institutions taking advantage of a highly favorable investment framework and legal structure. The area is also an upcoming place to live for expats wanting to be close to the city center.SKU: PSR-MARBELLA
Indonesia, Overseas Haven Reports
Bali, Indonesia | Overseas Haven Report
In this Overseas Haven Report, we feature Bali, Indonesia.
A few of the draws to the island of Bali include; beautiful beaches, low cost of living, tropical climate, and opportunity for Indiana Jones-style escapades.SKU: OHR-BALI-INDONESIA
Dominican Republic, Overseas Haven Reports
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | Overseas Haven Report
Our Overseas Haven Report for Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic is as vibrant and lively as the country itself. We cover the ins-and-outs of life, retirement, and even investment options in Santo Domingo, a city thats high on everyone’s list.
If you’re a retiree, international investor, or simply a perpetual traveler scouring the world for new adventure, then the Dominican Republic deserves a spot on your list.SKU: OHR-SANTO-DOMINGO-DR
Colombia, Overseas Haven Reports
Cali, Colombia | Overseas Haven Report
Known as the Salsa Capital of the World, Cali, Colombia, is not a typical tourist destination—but not for long! It’s a ways off the typical gringo trail, yet a well-organized real estate industry can be found here with a generous inventory of quality properties. Construction standards are high—even in older buildings—yet prices are much lower than you’ll find in most markets in South America… an amazing value when compared to Cali’s quality of life.
As Colombia’s third largest city, Cali offers a slice of authentic culture along with clear skies, nice weather (average temperature is 75°F year-round), relatively easy traffic to navigate, top-notch health care (with the highest rated hospital in Colombia), upscale food, and increasingly sophisticated nightlife. In addition, Cali is only about a 90-minute drive to the Pacific Ocean.
But where Cali really shines is in comparison to other, higher cost cities in Colombia like Bogotá, Medellín, and Cartagena. The low real estate prices caused by today’s exchange rates make it an attractive, viable location for expat retirees, snow birds, investors, and workers with portable careers. In this Overseas Haven Report, we take an in-depth look at Cali, Colombia… its lifestyle, cost of living, property market, and investment potential.SKU: OHR-CALI-COLOMBIA