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The Carribean or any pacific island where it is warm all year long!
I would in Canada...hunting and fishing
Foreigners often purchase property throughout our great land. Our residents and citizens often purchase property in many countries throughout the world.
Fred Griffin presently...
Islands tend to speak favorably to my heart...However, I don't have to own
La Pointe, WI
Only if I was physically present for the entire purchase process and was assured by the governmental agencies that the title was lock tight in my name.
So many possibilities...Ibiza?
John McCormack, CRS
Yes, many places.
yes and in France
I almost did -- in 2002 when I went to Ireland, they had a cute 3/2 single family home with a thatched roof. The real estate agent said the squatters would take it over if I did not come back often enough.
Good morning Kevin. I would not be willing to buy anything out of this country. I'll keep my real estate investments right here.
I have friends who own in Canada but I have declined, tough enough keeping up with my properties in the US.
My wife just sold (to her brother) some land that she had in India.
If I was going to buy in another country, I would go for New Zealand or Australia.
Yes, definitely. I'd love a vacation home in Ottawa or Quebec... right by a place selling Beaver Tails and Tim Hortons... oh and a gym to work off those calories!
Other than that, a tropical country, Hawaii or maybe even Scotland.
Somewhere with a beach, mountains, and no Zika virus. I'd be on board! I had a client pack up, sell his home in the states, open a beachside resort in Belize & "retire" running the resort cabanas and restaurant with his wife. I could get on board with that.
Hi Kevin - In 2005, we passed on an opportunity to buy a great Paris apartment for $130K - we're still kicking ourselves.
Costa Rica or Italy. Going to Croatia this year to check it out.
Yes, in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Kevin Morris I've lived in Germany, Okinawa, Japan and Southeast Asia. All were nice places to visit. I'll stay in the good old USA.
Cuba because of food, music, art, people ...and cigars and rum
Probably Mexico. It is close enough that I could make that trip a couple times a year.
Scotland. I write novels, and being in the Highlands with my English and Scottish heritage seems ideal.