The Forbes magazine has recommended those who can pay it and have dollars, The purchase of a second home in Chile, Mexico, Colombia or Brazil due to the opportunities these countries have created due to the strength of the American currency.
They are the "Four best places to buy a house abroad in 2019"According to the publication in an article, in which it points out that"The current strength of the dollar creates opportunities in some of the most attractive places in the world to have a home"
The magazine highlights the revaluation of the dollar in the last 12 months against the Brazilian real (16.5%), the Colombian peso (6.1%), the Mexican weight (5.5%) and the Chilean weight (7.8%), revaluation, which was burned in January this year.
Forbes emphasizes Chile as the nation, where it can be easier to solve for expats and retirees for its highways, communications and advanced lives, as well as for its prosperity, security and stability.
The publication recommends the Night love song against Santiago, because it describes the latest as "Great and modern city" but with "High levels of contamination"
As well, it emphasizes the city of the region of Coquimbo "Clear skies and some pollution". "La Serena is a coastal community, but more temperate than tropical. The temperatures are pleasant throughout the year"They added.
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In Brazil, Forbes proposes to buy on the coast, both in large cities such as Rio de Janeiro and in smaller cities such as Florianopolis. In particular it is recommended He smiled, the capital of the state of Alagoas, located on the eastern coast between Recife and Salvador of Bahia.
In Colombia, the city of Medellin, which represents the writer of articles, Kathleen Peddicord opportunity for investment and retirement.
"I have predicted that in five or seven years when you say Medellín & # 39; to US media, he will think: Retirement", Says the magazine, which, however, warns of change controls, bureaucratic restrictions and high rates.
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"Mexico is a great place with bad reputation"Peddicord begins its introduction on this country, which highlights its coasts, mountainous villages, colonial cities, its Mayan ruins and its nature.
In addition, he describes it as "the most accessible refuge across the United States" and shows that more than one million Americans are already living in Mexico, of which 500,000 have a home. The magazine offers Mazatlan, on the Pacific coast, as one of the possibilities in this country, which shows the facility to establish itself and its proximity to the United States.