Retirement Ideas And How To Do It

Dated: August 25 2016

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Are you thinking of retiring, or even looking forward to the time of just taking it easy in those later years?? If so, where would be the place to retire? Here's a site that boasts 8 Countries Where $200K Will Last 30 Years of Retirement. Most of these places are in Central or South America. However, there is a lone European country... Spain. A country full of history, sport, culture, and let's just use a picture:


But what is a great way to get there? One avenue is selling your home or investment property and living there. According to the article, monthly expenses in Spain, including rent, are around $2,283.00. This will give you easy access to other European countries such as Portugal, France, Italy, or even a short flight to England.

There is no time like the present, if you are thinking of buying, selling or leasing a property to go on a trip. Call or email me.

Jacob Hyde, Realtor & Attorney
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