Friday, February 26, 2010

One of the Cheapest Places on Earth (Where You Can Live Like an Emperor)

Own a brand new beach front condo for $75,000. Or a luxury furnished apartment for $28,000. Employ full-time household help to cook and clean for $30 a week. Enjoy a gourmet meal for two, with wine and dessert, for $25.

Every cliché you've heard about living large on little - about settling into the lap of luxury on even a pensioner's budget - is true in this country.

This is one of the world's cheapest places to live. Take $150 out of the ATM Monday morning…and your expenses are covered for the week.

You heard right. In a moment I’ll show you the actual monthly budget of a couple living the good life in one of the most beautiful, healthy and relaxed places on earth on less than $600 per month…much less than an average Social Security check.

And this couple has one of many luxury apartment rentals. If you own your own home in this remarkable place you could pay even less each month for one of the best lifestyles on the planet.

World's great Real Estate Bargains and Property Investment Opportunities

Happily, owning in this place is easy, because it also boasts some of the world's great real estate bargains and property investment opportunities. How about 2,100 square feet of beach front land… with two-bedroom house… for $115,000? Or 1,200 square foot beach view condos with hotel and beach club privileges for $79,000? Or a three-bedroom, lock-and-leave condo in a charming village  with mountain views for $54,500?

Some countries offer a low cost of living. Others have good real estate buys…or attractive business opportunities. But, this country offers all these things in abundance…plus perfect year-round weather.


Click Here to discover this mystery country and learn how you can Live Like an Emperor in one of the Cheapest Places on Earth!

1 comment:

Paul-Emile said...

Where in Canada do you see those prices you found?! Maybe on the east coast or some rural areas but I do not see prices like that anywhere in Alberta. Canada is definitely not cheap to live in all over.