Offshore Living Letter is a publication of Live and Invest Overseas. Our goal is to provide timely, actionable information on all things offshore, including: how to go offshore, diversifying your portfolio, wealth creation, protecting your assets, and much more.
The Dominican Republic first came onto my radar in 2005. It was the country’s undervalued beachfront property that got my attention back then. I was among the first to shine the light on the DR for American property investors, but its miles and miles of soft-sand beaches had been attracting foreign tourists and European investors […]
We held last week’s Live and Invest in Panama Conference in Casco Viejo, the colonial city built out on a peninsula after the original Panama City was destroyed by Henry Morgan in 1670. The new city on the peninsula was easier to protect. On my first trip to Panama in 1999, I took a quick taxi ride […]
Brazil’s northeastern coast has had my attention for some time. Today, this sandy stretch is dead center on my radar. I believe that available here right now is the greatest beachfront opportunity of my career. The developer of the property where I purchased a beachfront lot in 2016 has contacted me this week to let […]
Where in the world can you obtain bank financing as a foreigner for the purchase of real estate? I get the question all the time. In fact, that’s not quite the question to ask. More precisely, the question is: Where can you obtain bank financing as a non-resident who is not earning income in the […]
Editor’s Note: Cryptocurrency is impossible to avoid these days: News of hacks, government squeezes, and fluctuating markets has saturated the media, with the world and his wife offering their two cents. Whether you’re a naysayer or blockchain enthusiast, my team strives to keep you as informed as possible on the subject. To that end, we […]
We are in the midst of a boom in demand for organic foods… And it’s just getting started. The agricultural group in Panama that we’ve been working with for the last four years is just barely able to keep up with this demand. They have either sold out or closed out all of their active […]