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Moving to Quto To Be with Wife

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teamoecuador
8/15/2007 11:51 EST

Hi All

I am moving to Quito sometime in the next 4 months to live with my wife who is from there. I was wondering if anyone knows where to find jobs like to teach english, ect. I am fluent in spanish and my wife owns her own home,so we will live there . Just trying to get a feel for the job market there for expats. I am heading down the end of august for one month and will investigate when i am there. If anyone has eny info , i would appreciate it and if you are living there, maybe we can get together when i am there and grab a beer or coffee.

TE AMO ECUADOR

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carpedm
11/15/2007 08:54 EST

Check out Inlingua, good school always looking for new English teachers. They also have a website you can visit: http://www.inlinguaquito.com.ec/

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JessicaQuito
12/11/2007 16:42 EST

You can also try Washington English Institute. They are located in the Quito Tenis neighborhood on Brasil street. I worked there for a year and enjoyed it.

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larasmo
2/9/2008 10:09 EST

I am very interested in your preparations for your trip and how they are going. I want to move to Ecuador as soon as I am able to sell my home here. I am particularly interested in the availability of internet service which is 1Mbps or greater as my daughter needs it for web design uploads. Any information would be much appreciated.

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palladium
5/12/2019 12:42 EST

good morning
I am getting ready to move to Ecuador to be with my wife at the end of the year….trying to find out if I can bring money there to buy a house without being taxed since I am investing it there in a house thanks

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parismason
5/12/2019 17:35 EST

No tax on bringing money in, whether by wire transfer or physically. I would recommend care if traveling with large sums.

Taking money out is taxed at 5% if over appx. $1068.

An interesting tidbit for Ecuadorian credit card use out of the country...Ecuador charges a fee of 5% on any foreign transaction over $100.

Paris

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Royboy
5/12/2019 17:57 EST

I think I can answer several of your questions. I live here in Ecuador. I will send you a pm.

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