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You work remotely from wherever you choose - cafe, co-working space, bookstore, or beach.
You spend your weekend's hiking...
Or treating yourself to epic views...
Or scaling mountains...
Or just take some time for yourself.
You eat your way through each city, trying out local cuisines and visiting local watering holes.
In your free time, you re-discover old passions...
Pick up some new hobbies...
And catch sunsets in every corner of the globe.
You witness the world's most magical wonders.
And create some magic of your own.

Want in? Stop imagining and start living.

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Costa Rica Fast Facts

Costa Rica Fast Facts
Population: 4,872,543
Capital City: San José
Climate: Tropical and subtropical; dry season (December to April);
rainy season (May to November); cooler in highlands
Time Zone: GMT-6
Language: Spanish (official), English
Country Code: 506
Coastline: 1,290km

Costa Rica is a beautiful country, with long stretches of deserted and undeveloped beaches…dense jungles teeming with exotic wildlife…towering volcanoes, lush green valleys, and hundreds of crystal-clear lakes and rivers…

Not only that, but the country offers a great climate year-round, neighborly atmosphere, no-hassle residence programs, excellent healthcare, a stable democracy, and safety and security. It doesn’t hurt that many retired couples report living well on $2,000 a month—that includes all their costs.

For these reasons, as well as the welcoming locals who are warm and friendly to new foreign neighbors, Costa Rica has been an expat haven for more than 30 years.

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Cost of Living in Panama

Cost of Living in Panama

Panama offers a very comfortable retirement solution, in part because the nation is much more developed than most visitors expect.Many are shocked by the modernity of Panama and the clusters of skyscrapers that define Panama City’s skyline. All of the amenities one could wish for are readily available.

By moving to Panama, you will enjoy the benefits of a developing economy where you can still take a taxi across town for a buck or two, get your haircut for a couple of dollars, or enjoy dinner for two with a bottle of wine at one of the finest restaurants in Panama City for a mere $30.

Your power bill will depend on where you live. In mountain towns like Cerro Azul, you may use less electricity-many expats find they don’t need air conditioning in the cooler climes. Sea-level destinations like Panama City are very warm, and most expats in the city use air conditioning. David, on the other hand, is not in the water, so it’s known as Panama’s warmest city.

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A Warm and Charming Country

A Warm and Charming Country

Costa Rica’s reputation as a tropical paradise precedes it and with sun, sea, and surf, its notoriety is well deserved. Though just the size of West Virginia, this country boasts a wide range of different climates, so there really is something for everyone.

With its long coasts of Caribbean and Pacific beaches as well as mountainous highlands, thick rainforests, and abundant valleys there are many different climates to choose from.

To change your weather in Costa Rica you must change your elevation, which in turn will change the amount of rain fall.

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Climate in Panama

Climate in Panama

Panama has a tropical maritime climate with a hot, humid, cloudy prolonged rainy season (May to January) and a short dry season (January to May).

It is completely outside the hurricane belt and experiences few if any natural disasters. Most of Panama has two seasons: wet (“winter”) and dry (“summer”).

Summer is roughly from December to April. In May, the rains start gradually with frequent showers (most lasting no more than an hour or two). The wet season generally culminates in November with major downpours.

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Enjoy a Great Lifestyle in Costa Rica

Enjoy a Great Lifestyle in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is one of the most popular retirement havens in Central America. Expats have been flocking here for more than 30 years. And when you are living in Costa Rica you will enjoy the country’s long stretches of deserted and undeveloped beaches, on the Caribbean and Pacific Coasts…dense jungles teeming with exotic wildlife…towering volcanoes, lush green valleys, mountain villages, bustling market towns, quiet rural areas, and hundreds of crystal-clear lakes, rivers, streams, and waterfalls. All these things, and much more, make living in Costa Rica such a draw for retirees and other expats.

Whether you choose to live in Costa Rica full- or part-time, you will relish the ideal climate, safety and security, neighborly atmosphere, welcoming attitude of the locals, low cost of living, low-cost and high-quality healthcare, stable democracy, bargain real estate—whether you rent or buy, and countless ways to have fun.

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Living in Panama

Living in Panama

Panama stands out among the world’s expat destinations because it offers solid infrastructure and First World amenities…close to North America.

And when it comes to value and variety, Panama can’t be beaten. Here, you really get what you pay for…never less. A little money can buy you a lot of luxury. And even if you’re living on a pension, life here is easy, breezy, and fun.

There are parts of Panama where one can live on $1,000 a month, all told. Places where you’ll find few cons and plenty of pros, from pretty views to friendly locals. Where you feel miles away from the First World capital—though, truly, the country is so small, you’re never far from the city. Places where you can live a good life.

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Reasons to Move to Costa Rica

Reasons to Move to Costa Rica

Why would you want to move to Costa Rica? As thousands of expats will tell you, Costa Rica offers a fantastic lifestyle at a reasonable cost.  Costa Rica is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, with a modern capital city, reliable utility service, clean water, lush rain forests, long stretches of deserted tropical beaches, fun beach towns, quaint rural villages, bustling cities, cool mountain getaways, and pristine lake regions.

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Panama Real Estate: Double the Luxury for Half the Price

Panama Real Estate: Double the Luxury for Half the Price

If you are considering a move to Panama, then you will be pleased to learn that there is a large amount of real estate for sale here. Whether you want to find a home in Panama City, a beautiful property in the mountains, or a house by the beach, Panama offers it all.

The Real Estate in Panama Is Inexpensive and Easy to Purchase

It is important to first note that most of the property you will find for sale in Panama will be much more affordable than what you may be accustomed to. Panama is regularly hailed for providing First-World luxuries at Third-World costs.

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Intro to Freelancing - Job of the future

Intro to Freelancing - Job of the future

Wake up at 11 am, brush your teeth, prepare yourself a coffee, sit by the working table (or go back to bed, whatever suits you the most), turn on your timer and begin to work. It almost sounds like a science-fiction movie, isn't it? Freelancing?

Based on the data from September 2014, 34% or 53 million work capable population in the Unites States are freelancers, and according to certain estimations that percentage by the year of 2020 will cross over 50%.

If we are talking about the European Union market, in 2013 it was notified the growth of 45% of new freelancers and that is from 6.2 million to 8.9 million, making the freelancers a group with the largest and the fastest growth between work capable populations of EU.

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Costa Rica Real Estate

Costa Rica Real Estate

One of the great appeals of Costa Rica real estate comes from the advantageous property laws offered by this beautiful Central American nation. Property laws in Costa Rica are the same for nationals and foreigners. You don’t need to live in the country to own land or property, and the country has no property tax. All property titles are registered with the Registro Publico. The country practices a “first in time, first in rights” policy, so if you have your eye on a property, you’ll want to hire a lawyer or real estate broker to research the title for you, or research it carefully yourself. You’d hate to be all settled in and get a knock on the door from someone who holds claim to the title going back a few generations! Title insurance is available in Costa Rica, and we highly recommend that you purchase it when you buy property here.

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