Expatriate

Monte Cristi Lunch And A Trip Down The Malecon – Continuing Our NW Road Trip

We are enjoying our little visit to Monte Cristi.  Reminds me more and more of the Florida Keys way back when, before the heavy commercial development.  In fact, we liked it so much we decided to grab a hotel room to extend our stay.  In this little video we stop by the restaurant we mentioned […]

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Amazing Transformations – Montaña y Mar Offers Many Amazing Transformations

Montaña y Mar has come a long way from it’s humble beginnings as just a “dream” of affordable ridgeline ocean view homesites overlooking Cabrera and the ocean from Cabrera to Playa Diamante.  If you have been following our progress you have seen many of our “dreams” materialize.  From rough dirt roads up the mountain to […]

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Naranjito Road To Real Estate Opportunity For Expats And Investors In Cabrera Dominican Republic

The best real estate profits come from a smart purchase. Being at the right place at the right time is the best way to capture the best opportunities. As you know, we focus on the little seaside village of Cabrera on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic. Over all the years we have lived and […]

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Canadian Couple Finally Discovers Cabrera Dominican Republic After 8 Trips To The DR

We love to hear what travelers from across the globe think of our hidden little village of Cabrera on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic.  These observations of Rob and Michelle from Canada are no exception.  In fact, their perceptions may be even a bit more telling. You see, Rob and Michelle are pretty […]

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Pittsburg PA Resident Sets His Sites On A Better Life In Cabrera Dominican Republic

As I have mentioned in earlier posts, Cabrera Dominican Republic has been solidly on the radar for future retirees for several years.  Not only is it a beautiful little beachside village, it also offers the opportunity for year-round perfect weather and a lower cost of living for retirees on a fixed budget. But lately, we […]

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Young Canadian Couple With Toddler Plan Their Move To Cabrera Dominican Republic

We meet plenty of retirees from the US, Canada and Europe who are seriously considering a move offshore for a better, more laid-back and more affordable retirement.  But it is not every day that we meet such a young couple with a toddler that has decided to say goodbye to all the bureaucracy and governmental […]

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Alberta Canada Couple Discovers Potential For Expat Life In Cabrera

Out-of-touch politicians that push costly social programs in Canada appear to have no concept of the damage they are doing to their own hard-working citizens. We interviewed a young couple from Alberta Canada who have had enough. As they say in the interview… it is disheartening to work your tail off, sometimes up to 80 […]

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Kicking Off 2017 With A Visit To A New Beach – Will 2017 Be Your Year For Change

It looks like Cabrera Dominican Republic will be a good, stable place to be in 2017.  While a lot of my more conservative American friends seem to be enjoying a little bit of euphoria over the election of Trump, I have to caution you not to get too complacent.  After all, the US still faces a staggering […]

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CIA Cries Foul On Trump Win – What A Joke

So the saga of the 2016 US presidential election rolls on.  The latest is from none other than Obama’s CIA.  Shock of shocks.  The CIA now believes that Putin and the evil Russian empire somehow tried to influence the US presidential elections by tapping the emails of Clinton, Podesta and the Democratic National Commitee (DNC). […]

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Post-Election Expatriation Phenomena – Bush, Obama, Trump – Just Another Cycle

It is interesting to watch how US Presidential elections trigger cycles in expatriation interest. We started noticing this repeating cycle with the election of the first Bush and it seems to be growing with the election of every new president. The level of post-election immigration interest has grown exponentially since Bush-juniors reelection. I assume people […]

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