Boomers spending their golden years in Latin America

Full story: Long Beach Press-Telegram

Younger at heart than previous generations, today's baby boomers are bypassing the Sunbelt that created a retirement haven for their parents and heading for the beautiful - and more affordable - countries of ...

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Suzan Haskins

Oaxaca, Mexico

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Jul 1, 2008
 
You can get more information about living overseas, including where to find the locations that offer the most "quality lifestyles" for the least amount of money at www.internationalliving.com .
Ray Andrew

Miahuatlán, Mexico

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Jul 9, 2008
 
If you want to retire to Merida Yucatan you can get more information here:
http://www.meridarealestate.org
Bob Burns

Kunming, China

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Jul 9, 2008
 
China is the best choice, I think
Scott

United States

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Jul 9, 2008
 
Hasn't there been a lot of abuse in the past years by mexico and its citizens? I have heard that you have to be a mexican citizen to purchase land there. Also there have been people who have built there and lived for many years and then loose their land and house when someone files a lawsuit claiming that the original "sale" was not valid (sometimes twenty years after the fact).

Besides, mexico doesn't care about any one but their citizens and if you aren't a citizen, you're screwed. On top of that the crime and graft are rampant.
Ray Andrew wrote:
If you want to retire to Merida Yucatan you can get more information here:
http://www.meridarealestate.org

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