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16 May
panama City downtown at sunset

Should You Invest In Panama’s Middle-Class Housing Market?

The Best Way I Know To Make Money From Real Estate This month’s issue of my Global Property Alert has a theme: It reveals a series of opportunities that share a common target market—the local middle class. When I moved to Panama 11 years ago, a local friend gave me a tip… “Get into the local housing [...]
21 Mar
A blue Paris cafe with people sitting on outside tables

Cost Of Living In Panama City And Paris Might Surprise You

Paris Most Expensive And Panama City Cheap? Not In My Experience… A friend sent me a link yesterday to The Economist’s annual survey on the world’s most and least expensive places to live. The “award” for most expensive goes this year to Paris, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Meantime, the least costly cities in the world, according to The Economist, [...]
03 Jan
American Hospital in Paris

The Benefits Of Health Care And Health Insurance Overseas

Worried About Health Care And Insurance Costs? Don’t Be. This Is Why… Two things Americans obsess over when thinking about traveling and even more so when considering moving outside the United States are health care and health insurance. These are two important considerations, of course, but in the United States right now they’re also political [...]
10 Dec
fontaine de la place

Why We Feel As Safe Living In Paris As We Would In The U.S.

What's Really Going On In Paris? We missed the first two weekends of protests in Paris. The weekend they started, Kathleen and I were in Ireland visiting friends. The next weekend we were in the States for Thanksgiving. The third protest Saturday, we were here in the city, but, despite our apartment being just a [...]
14 Jul
Istanbul is a bustling city full of opportunities

Istanbul Is A Bustling City, Where East Meets West

Years ago, a friend in Belize told me that a country never escapes its origins. The United States, he said, is a land of puritans. Belize is a land of pirates. And Istanbul is a land of traders. Once the end of the 4,000-mile-long Silk Road, the mother of all trade routes, this part of […]