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Jarabacoa Dominican Republic – Perfect Mountain Retreat To Sit Out A Storm

Jarabacoa is one of those places that we put high on our list of favorite places in the Dominican Republic.  Jarabacoa sits at about 1750 feet above sea level in a valley tucked between the highest mountain peaks in the Dominican Republic.  It is a popular gathering spot for both locals and for tourists that […]

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Firefighter And EMT Describe Their Search For A Retirement Haven – Part 3

Retire Early and Retire Offshore… In this third part of our three part video interview, Doug and Sherry explain the steps they took over the last several years to search for an expat retirement haven that is most ideal for their family.  They discuss a variety of topics and drive home the point that research […]

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Fireman and EMT Spouse Describe Their Expat Journey

I had the pleasure to interview an American fireman and his EMT spouse that have been on the path to discover an offshore early retirement haven for several years.  After researching Mexico, Belize, Ecuador, Panama and Costa Rica it looks like they have finally settled on Cabrera on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic for […]

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Montaña y Mar Oceanview Project – Initial Home Foundations Looking Good

I love it when a project starts to come together and you can actually see the progress with your own eyes.  That’s where we stand with the Montaña y Mar project.  They are starting to build up the building platforms for the initial homes to be built in the Montaña y Mar project.  Sometimes it is hard […]

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Retire Overseas – 7 Reasons An American Should Consider An Offshore Retirement

Why in the world would any American choose to leave the relative comfort and prosperity of the United States to retire to what many would consider to be a third world country. I mean, after all, America is the land of the free… the hope for prosperity. Immigrants from across the globe have gone to […]

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Early Retirement With A Better Quality Of Life Is Possible – Part 2 Of Our RetireEarlyLifestyle Interviews

We continue our Early Retirement onsite interviews with the Retire Early Lifestyle team on their first visit to the Dominican Republic. Today we are in one of the many villas in the hills overlooking Cabrera Dominican Republic in this Part 2 of our series. In this discussion we explore whether early retirement is still viable […]

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The Retire Early Lifestyle Team Explores The Dominican Republic On One Of Our Discovery Tours

We were curious to see what a couple of world travelers thought of the Dominican Republic and our little North Coast region so we invited Akaisha and Billy Kaderli of the Retire Early Lifestyle blog to join us for a whirlwind tour of some of our Island. We captured their observations and comments in a […]

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Early Retirement – Retire Overseas And Experience A Rich Culture

Early retirement in general and retiring overseas specifically may be part of the formula for living a longer and more fulfilled life.  There is something invigorating and a bit challenging about making a major transition to life in a foreign country.  Most people find that it changes their perspective on many different fronts.  You are […]

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Early Retirement – Retire Overseas – Never Too Old Never Too Young

Early retirement is only for people that want to live life to its fullest before they are too tired, too old, too sick or too broke to enjoy the experience.  But amazingly, that has very little to do with chronological age.  On our free North Coast Discovery Tours I routinely meet people of all ages […]

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Early Retirement – Retire Overseas To Squeeze More Life Out Of Your Dollar

Early retirement is still possible for the average American or Canadian when you choose to retire overseas.   Unfortunately, statistics show that many Americans are destined to a retirement of poverty unless they can change their ways.  For many there still may be a better alternative to a traditional retirement in the United States.  The […]

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