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Our new international real estate section includes real estate listings from expats and real estate brokers. Plus, we've added advice from real estate professionals and expats about renting and buying homes in various cities and towns around the world.

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12 Tips for Living in Granada, Spain

By Jiabwass

An expat talks about what it's like living in Granada, Spain. There are a lot of international students and others in Granada, a low cost of living, reliable public transportation, great restaurants and much more. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in Christiansted, , US

By kakalee

An expat living in Christiansted on St. Croix talks about costly trips to the grocery store, beautiful public beaches, fun casinos, the local hospital and more. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in Merida, Mexico

By Dlee1154

An expat talks about what it's like living in beautiful Merida, Mexico where the expat community is thriving -- there's even an expat bowling league. The Merida English Library holds wine tastings, plays, concerts and more. Real estate prices are low compared to the US, but that may not be for long. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in Rio Chico, Ecuador

By kfgosl

An expat talks about what life is like in Rio Chico, Ecuador, a small beach town about 10 minutes from Montanita. With 12 hours of sunlight every day, beautiful beaches and terrific local shops, life in Rio Chico sounds wonderful. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in New York, , US

By adminee

New York is a love it or hate it city. I love it for so many reasons - the grittiness, the green spaces, the people. New York has something for everyone. If you're moving to NYC, this is a great starting point for expats. Continue Reading

Tips for Buying Propery in San Carlos, Panama

By Starrlet

An expat offers extensive advice about buying a home in Panama. She lives in San Carlos, but her advice applies to Panama as a whole - from the best places to buy to the steps in buying real estate. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in Granada, Spain

By Jiabwass

Expat life in Granada, Spain sounds pretty great. Granada's wonderful climate, low cost of living, location (45 minutes from skiing, 1 hour from the beach), good hospitals and very low crime rate make it a destination to add to your living if you're thinking about moving to Spain. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in Angeles City, Philippines

By vionaloos

An expat talks about living in Angeles City - the being able to live on a tight budget, Angeles City's large US military retiree population, using jeepneys and trikes to get from place to place, the heat, dining in Korea Town, international schools in Angeles City and more. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in Paysandu, Uruguay

By candace7

An expat talks about living in Paysandu, Uruguay. Topics covered include public vs. private hospitals, petty crime, applying to residency, nightlife and restaurants (pizza parlors are everywhere), golf clubs, international schools and much more. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in San Jose, Costa Rica

By PackRat

An expat talks about what it's like living in San Jose, Costa Rica. He says that most expats move to San Jose for the lower cost of living, friendly people and climate. And, he offers an in-depth look at nightlife, recreational activities and more. Continue Reading

Tips for Buying Propery in Jinotepe and Diriamba, state of Carazo, Nicaragua

By waltermboyleses

An expat talks about buying property in Nicaragua. He covers the good areas to buy property -- and advises others to rent for a year before you buy so that you're sure you like living in Nicaragua. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in Patillas, Puerto Rico, US

By kakalee

An expat talks about what it's like living in Patillas, Puerto Rico. The beaches are beautiful, there are wonderful bakeries and lots of Dominicans and Americans who have moved down from New York. Local food is great, but ethnic food (i.e. Chinese) is much better in San Juan. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico

By Jamais

An expat talks about living in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Although the cost of living in Playa del Carmen is high for Mexico, an expat couple can dine out for $20 and have their laundry done for $5 per week. Continue Reading

Tips for Renting Property in Nueva Gorgona, Panama

By Suzijens

An expat offers advice to newcomers about renting property in Neuva Gorgona. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in Abu Dhabi, UAE

By Brittychris

An expat talks about what it's like living in Abu Dhabi - stifling summers, lots of shopping malls and very little crime. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in Abu Dhabi, UAE

By bbann230

An expat talks about living in Abu Dhabi - from socializing in the golf scene to the shopping mall culture. Factors to consider: the heat and high cost of living. Continue Reading

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Living-in-the-United-StatesHealth Care in New York City

New York City is widely regarded as one of the best places in the world for specialized health care. Here are some important medical resources for expats living in New York City.

New York City is widely regarded as one of the best places in the world for specialized health care. Here are some important medical resources for expats living in New York City....

Living-in-AustriaHealthcare in Austria

Expats in Austria have access to highly respected private and public hospitals, English-speaking doctors and more.

Expats in Austria have access to highly respected private and public hospitals, English-speaking doctors and more. ...

Retirement-In-San-Isidro-de-HerediaAn Expat Shares What it's Like Retiring in San Isidro de Heredia, Costa Rica

Why retire in San Isidro de Heredia, Costa Rica? Can you live on $1,000 or $2,000 a month? How difficult is it if you aren't fluent in Spanish when you first arrive? A retiree who arrived in Costa Rica a month ago answers these and other questions.

Why retire in San Isidro de Heredia, Costa Rica? Can you live on $1,000 or $2,000 a month? How difficult is it if you aren't fluent in Spanish when you first arrive? A retiree who arrived in Costa ...

Moving-To-PortoAn Expat Talks about Moving to Porto, Portugal

An expat talks about moving to Porto, Portugal - moving costs, renting a condo, the lower cost of living in Porto and more.

An expat talks about moving to Porto, Portugal - moving costs, renting a condo, the lower cost of living in Porto and more....

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