In the first week of June, Puerto Vallarta, one of Mexico’s most popular destinations, will host International Living’s Ninth Annual Ultimate Retire Overseas Conference. The conference, which takes place from Wednesday, June 4th through Saturday, June 7th and address many different topics concerning retiring overseas and living abroad.
International Living is an international organization helping people retire overseas for more than 30 years, including those who retire in Mexico. International Living hosts events throughout the world, linking retirees and expats with each other to make living abroad easier. They provide a wealth of information on retiring and living abroad and have writers and contributors in over 100 different countries. The Ultimate Retire Overseas Conference will be a chance for those considering retiring abroad to learn about living overseas, money management, residency applications, and more.
This year’s event in Puerto Vallarta will feature over 100 different speakers and experts highlighting the top overseas retirement locations for 2014. Attendees will have the chance to learn about different countries, costs of living abroad, tips for budgeting, banking overseas, and culture acclimation. In addition to learning about life in each featured country, attendees to The Ultimate Retire Overseas Conference will have the chance to network and make valuable connections which will come in handy when making the move abroad.
Over the course of four days, International Living will offer advice on how retire in Mexico, and different countries including Costa Rica, Panama, and Ecuador, just to name a few. The conference offers insight on how to seek financial security in the face of a volatile U.S. economy, and dealing with health insurance and other concerns with living abroad. One of International Living’s main points is that retiring overseas is more affordable than retiring in the United States and that on a pension of only $1,500 a month, retirees can live comfortably in the featured countries. The Ultimate Retire Overseas Conference is geared towards helping retirees who are considering retirement abroad in discovering the different countries, and communities within those countries, where there is already a strong, solid expat community, and the possibility for a comfortable and enjoyable retirement, for a lower price than is available in the United States. Why retire in a small apartment in the middle of a city when ocean view condos for a fraction of the price are available elsewhere?
Puerto Vallarta is a huge hub for retired expats and the event is likely to draw a large crowd of retired or soon to be retired guests. This event will feature many different speakers who have lived in various countries throughout the world and there will be retirees from a variety of different communities to share their stories and experiences. For those interested in learning more about the conference or wishing to reserve a space, visit International Living’s website.
Punta Playa Vistas will be one of the featured Communities from Costa Rica. It is an eco-conscious; residential community located on Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast overlooking Pirates Beach. The development is situated on the Gold Coast of Costa Rica, whose center is defined by the Playa Flamingo real estate market to the north and the Playa Tamarindo real estate market to the south. Punta Playa Vistas is located between these two epicenters of luxury real estate development. Punta Playa Vistas offers both ocean view condominiums and luxury home sites at a surprisingly affordable price.
For more information about us, please visit http://www.puntaplayavistas.com
Name: Christian Desmond
Email: [email protected]
Address: Tamarindo Costa Rica
Phone: (732) 962-6525
Organization: Punta Playa Vistas Community
Video URL: https://www.youtube.com/user/PPVCostaRica
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