In a world of ever-increasing work demands, it seems people are becoming more stressed than before.
A Belize developer has revived plans to build a $100 million tourism and cruise ship facility on islands southeast of Belize City. Michael Feinstein, the president of the Feinstein Group of Companies, detailed plans to build a deep water port on Stake Bank Caye.
Norwegian Cruise Line has purchased 75 acres on two adjoining islands in southern Belize, which it plans to develop as a private cruise destination. The cruise line didn't announce a sale price, but said it would spend $50 million to build the facility.
Got your head wrapped around the term "global?" These days, it's all we hear about -- businesses in the U.S. are "going global"; industry is "going global." Seems like everything has gone global in recent years.
Becoming an expat is an exciting journey. You're ready for a big change. It's a decision that involves much thought and evaluation. It also involves careful scrutiny of your expat options.
A case is often made that investing in real estate for profit in the form of capital growth and investing to enjoy a lifestyle are extremes that don't overlap. But Claudia Gonella argues the two are not mutually exclusive goals.
Moving overseas to a country where your dollar goes further is perhaps the most radical way of slashing your living costs and upgrading your lifestyle. From my vantage point in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, where I have been working in the real estate sector.
In the Costa Rica second home market, the sweet spot has moved. Once a market dominated by Americans looking for homes priced more than $1 million, the bulk of buyers active in the market today are targeting homes priced between $250,000 and $500,000.
Belize isn't the crossroads of the world. And that's one of the reasons it's so great. It's a natural wonderland of wildlife-filled rainforest, thundering waterfalls, isolated coves and beaches, and hundreds of offshore "cayes" - small tropical islands ranging from 200 feet to 30 miles long, all protected by the world's second-longest barrier reef. On Belize, the way it was is the way it still is.