- Hardcover: 256 pages
- Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (April 8, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1118518594
- ISBN-13: 978-1118518595
- Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.9 x 9.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 41 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #743,669 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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How to Buy Real Estate Overseas Hardcover – April 8, 2013
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Foreign real estate now presents a better investment opportunitythan ever before, for both the investor who wants to move a portionof their wealth abroadaway from the ongoing risks in the U.S.economyand the retiree looking for affordable living options.Unlike stocks and bonds, foreign property is a hard asset whosevalue will never fall to zero. Buy right, and you have something ofintrinsic value that not only can appreciate over time and generatecash flow, but that can also provide personal enjoyment for you andyour family. And the most successful purchases are often those thatmarry both profit and fun.
How to Buy Real Estate Overseas explains one of the bestoptions available today for diversification, asset protection, anda safe haven for wealth. Author Kathleen Peddicord, the world'sleading authority on buying property overseas, offers practicaladvice on how to find great deals, buy, and manage propertyprofitably in unfamiliar and potentially volatile foreign markets.This book offers detailed advice including:
- Strategies for choosing the right property in the rightcountry, including buying opportunities in "crisis markets," incomegeneration, and growth potential
- Twenty great countries to consider for quenching yourwanderlust
- The unexpected realities of buying overseassuch as rightsof possession, "margarita madness," your gringo statusand howto overcome them
- How to figure out your budget
- How to build an in-country network of reliable contacts
- How to manage your new asset
- And much more!
With the ongoing volatility in the U.S. economy, investing inreal estate overseas carries more advantages than ever before. Yetit also comes with particular challenges. How to Buy Real EstateOverseas delivers rare and much-needed advice for individualinvestors considering the opportunity, adventure, and pleasures ofowning real estate in foreign markets today.
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Praise for KATHLEEN PEDDICORD
"It is time for us all to think about diversifying out of theStates, before it consumes us. Keep doing what you're doing,Kathleen . . . you are saving lives in the United States (well, atleast one for sure). Thank you."
"You have opened my eyes and helped me overcome 'borderblindness.' What a wonderful and amazing world there is out there.Now I'm discovering it, thanks to you."
"What I admire is your honest, tell-it-like-it-is approach. Alot of people have been hurt by nothing but glowing reports aboutoffshore living from various sources. Your honest, direct approachis a real service."
"I have to say that you seem to dig deeper into the feel of aparticular place and to do comparative analysis between alternativeplaces. Your approach is more sophisticated, thoughtful, and moreuseful than that of others I've read covering these samesubjects."
"Thank you for the immediate info without the bull."
"You open the world for us. It's like we travel together, butwith more insightful information than the typical traveler is privyto."
"Your country-by-country reporting makes us dream of a betterfuture. . . ."
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I'd also recommend this Kindle e book, a lot cheaper at $2.99 Asia Eleven 11 Great Towns to Live in Southeast Asia It actually works well with "Real Estate Overseas", giving the low down on 11 prime tropical locations.
Like I say, if you plan to buy real estate in the third world, do every piece of homework you can!
If you're thinking about investing overseas as I am or contemplating retirement overseas then this is certainly worth a read. It's a quick read but gives a great overview about what you're getting yourself into.