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Maker55
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How to Buy Real Estate Overseas

Post by Maker55 » March 3rd, 2013, 12:28 am

Real Estate is the best investment because it will put cash in your pocket through a monthly cash flow in good or bad markets. They are superior over stocks.

In the current uncertain investment climate, foreign real estate represents a more important opportunity than ever before, for both the investor who wants to move a portion of their wealth abroad and the retiree looking for affordable living options. How to Buy Real Estate Overseas explains one of the best options available today for diversification, asset protection, and a safe haven for wealth. Foreign property is a hard asset that, unlike stocks, for example, can't go bankrupt and collapse to zero.

This book is an expert guide to the advantages and the challenges of investing in real estate overseas.

Author Kathleen Peddicord, an American currently based in Panama, is considered the world's foremost authority on overseas retirement and foreign property investment. She has traveled to more than 50 countries, invested in real estate in 18, established businesses in 7, renovated historic properties in 6, and educated her children in 4. She knows from personal experience how foreign real estate can appreciate significantly over time, throw off an annual cash flow, and provide personal enjoyment for you and your family.

An investment in a piece of real estate in a foreign country is a chance for both profit and fun. How to Buy Real Estate Overseas offers practical advice on how to find great deals, buy and manage property profitably in unfamiliar and potentially volatile foreign markets.

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Post by zacb » March 3rd, 2013, 12:48 am

Thanks :D
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Re: How to Buy Real Estate Overseas

Post by Jester » March 3rd, 2013, 2:40 am

Maker55 wrote:Real Estate is the best investment because it will put cash in your pocket through a monthly cash flow in good or bad markets. They are superior over stocks.

In the current uncertain investment climate, foreign real estate represents a more important opportunity than ever before, for both the investor who wants to move a portion of their wealth abroad and the retiree looking for affordable living options. How to Buy Real Estate Overseas explains one of the best options available today for diversification, asset protection, and a safe haven for wealth. Foreign property is a hard asset that, unlike stocks, for example, can't go bankrupt and collapse to zero.

This book is an expert guide to the advantages and the challenges of investing in real estate overseas.

Author Kathleen Peddicord, an American currently based in Panama, is considered the world's foremost authority on overseas retirement and foreign property investment. She has traveled to more than 50 countries, invested in real estate in 18, established businesses in 7, renovated historic properties in 6, and educated her children in 4. She knows from personal experience how foreign real estate can appreciate significantly over time, throw off an annual cash flow, and provide personal enjoyment for you and your family.

An investment in a piece of real estate in a foreign country is a chance for both profit and fun. How to Buy Real Estate Overseas offers practical advice on how to find great deals, buy and manage property profitably in unfamiliar and potentially volatile foreign markets.

I will order the book....

but perhaps I can ask your opinion here:

In case of a temporary DE-flationary crash abroad (like if U.S. interest rates go way way up, temporarily sucking all the world's liquid capital into the U.S., like a firestorm), should that overseas real estate be protected by buying real estate either
(1) via all-cash (so there are no payments to make)
or
(2)
non-recourse (so if there's a crash, they can just walk away)?

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Post by zacb » March 3rd, 2013, 3:03 am

This seems interesting as well:


Jester, I am not expert, but buying it outright would seem like the best option. Assuming there is deflation, it would suck to lets say hold unto and pay for a property that is worth 10,000 , but you bought it for 20,000 and are paying on it. So if it were me, I would go with buying it outright. And just a hint: look over in Eastern Europe. There are a ton of deals if you look hard enough.
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Re: How to Buy Real Estate Overseas

Post by Maker55 » March 3rd, 2013, 3:22 am

Jester wrote:
Maker55 wrote:Real Estate is the best investment because it will put cash in your pocket through a monthly cash flow in good or bad markets. They are superior over stocks.

In the current uncertain investment climate, foreign real estate represents a more important opportunity than ever before, for both the investor who wants to move a portion of their wealth abroad and the retiree looking for affordable living options. How to Buy Real Estate Overseas explains one of the best options available today for diversification, asset protection, and a safe haven for wealth. Foreign property is a hard asset that, unlike stocks, for example, can't go bankrupt and collapse to zero.

This book is an expert guide to the advantages and the challenges of investing in real estate overseas.

Author Kathleen Peddicord, an American currently based in Panama, is considered the world's foremost authority on overseas retirement and foreign property investment. She has traveled to more than 50 countries, invested in real estate in 18, established businesses in 7, renovated historic properties in 6, and educated her children in 4. She knows from personal experience how foreign real estate can appreciate significantly over time, throw off an annual cash flow, and provide personal enjoyment for you and your family.

An investment in a piece of real estate in a foreign country is a chance for both profit and fun. How to Buy Real Estate Overseas offers practical advice on how to find great deals, buy and manage property profitably in unfamiliar and potentially volatile foreign markets.

I will order the book....

but perhaps I can ask your opinion here:

In case of a temporary DE-flationary crash abroad (like if U.S. interest rates go way way up, temporarily sucking all the world's liquid capital into the U.S., like a firestorm), should that overseas real estate be protected by buying real estate either
(1) via all-cash (so there are no payments to make)
or
(2)
non-recourse (so if there's a crash, they can just walk away)?
If you're investing for cash flow meaning you are collecting rent, then you will be safe from a market crash.

Your real estate will survive a crash as long as you're investing for cash flow.

What's going to happen now is that the prices of real estate will continue to go up so you will be able sell your property for a lot down the road just like silver.

Capital gains only work when the right market conditions allow such as inflation when the price goes up or there's an economic.

So I would focus on collecting rent and when the prices really start going up then you can sell.

This is for American or foreign markets.

So buy the property, collect rent and watch it appreciate in value.
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Re: How to Buy Real Estate Overseas

Post by Jester » March 3rd, 2013, 7:50 am

Maker55 wrote:
If you're investing for cash flow meaning you are collecting rent, then you will be safe from a market crash.

Your real estate will survive a crash as long as you're investing for cash flow.

What's going to happen now is that the prices of real estate will continue to go up so you will be able sell your property for a lot down the road just like silver.

Capital gains only work when the right market conditions allow such as inflation when the price goes up or there's an economic.

So I would focus on collecting rent and when the prices really start going up then you can sell.

This is for American or foreign markets.

So buy the property, collect rent and watch it appreciate in value.
Nice.

Thanks.

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