Florida Expats, Internet Entrepreneurs Make The Move To Cabrera

T Le Mont Homesite

T Le Mont Homesite

You have to meet this family when you visit the Cabrera area.  T Le Mont, with his wife Karen and their three school aged kids, packed up and left Florida, ultimately landing in their newly adopted home in Cabrera Dominican Republic.  An internet entrepreneur, T Le Mont already knew that all he needed was a reliable internet connection to run his successful business over the internet.  But they were looking for more.  They wanted a place to fit in where the government would keep out of their business and where freedom was still alive and well.  For almost two years T Le Mont and Karen researched and traveled the globe exploring different expat enclaves and hotspots looking for just the right place for their family.  They checked out all the usual prospects including Honduras, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Chile, etc.  There was no doubt in their minds that they were leaving… but question was where.

T Le Mont Homesite 2

T Le Mont Homesite 2

As you will learn in these video interviews with the T Le Mont family, they had just about settled on Guatemala when they discovered Cabrera DR.  They tell us that they really would have been satisfied in all of these countries but what made Cabrera so much different was the fact that they had a ready made support group and family as soon as they entered Cabrera.  In their own words they will explain why that is so important to a smooth and pleasant move.

I’ve always said that Cabrera is a little like Mayberry with internet.  I think the T Le Mont family would agree with that assessment whole heartedly.  They liked the area so much that they ultimately did decide to purchase a piece of property on which to build a house next year.  You would not believe the views they have from their future homesite.In this first video interview with T Le Mont and Karen, they will share their story about how they ended up here in Cabrera and what they are experiencing so far.

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And finally, if you have not already participated in one of our free DYD Discovery Tours…… WHY? Heck, worst case you get to explore another beautiful part of the world and best case you will fall in love with this little rural village overlooking the ocean that has become home to so many other expats. Click DYD TOUR to sign up for YOUR own Discovery Tour.

Randy Rode January 18, 2014 at 5:44 pm

After finally taking a few minutes off from my duties around here at North Coast Sportfishing and B&B, I just finished reading most of Barry`s latest news releases and blogs, and a lot of important points have impressed me.
The main one, and most importantly, I think, is how knowing Barry, and being associated with his considerable infrastructure, mainly in the form of listings, and some of those super listings that most people never get to even know about, knowing Barry, really gives you an edge in helping you make that important decision whether or not the North Coast area of the Dominican
Republic is for you or not. It is definitely not for everyone, but it is a super place to plant yourself, if you want to survive the up-coming un-certainty of future life in the U.S., and in the world in general, for that matter.
The secret is to use Barry`s considerable experience regarding all the subjects that one needs to know about, before making the leap.
Knowledge passed on from experience is invaluable. Imagine how long it would take someone to put together a database of knowledge and experience of that magnitude?
Have you ever wished that knowledge was passed down genetically from generation to generation?
Me too!, but this is the next best thing, let someone else do the leg work, make the mistakes, ferret out the best way to do things, and find the best providers.
It is in this way that we can make an informed, intelligent decision.
Maybe I haven`t been as smart as I thought I was, I am so stubborn, that I have to make ALL my own mistakes, making my learning curve slow and difficult. I have survived by being inordinately stubborn, so don`t be like me, listen to those people who have already done the hard part for you, go with trusted experience. Read and study the considerable amount of valuable information that Barry Solomon and his team have put together, and PAY ATTENTION!!
Capt. Randy Rode
North Coast Sportfishing and B&B
Cabrera, Dominican Republic

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