A high quality of life combined with a tourism boom and strong property market have made Portugal’s seaside city a favorite among global investors.
Find out why Portugal is attracting a growing number of investors, retirees, and expats from around the world.
Discover how Portugal has made an inspiring economic turnaround and why the country is poised for economic growth.
The year was 2008 when the European Read more
If you look at your 2018 income and taxes, you may notice that a few things have changed thanks to the 2017 Tax Cuts and Read more
5 tax planning strategies you can use to avoid paying Capital Gains Tax.
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Soaring tourism rates countrywide have set the stage for unparalleled investment opportunities in Cartagena.
How to defer your 2018 capital gains taxes while generating an ROI as high as 20% (or more).
Find out why investors are turning their attention to this quiet, long-overlooked neighborhood in Cartagena.
Learn why real estate experts are calling Cali “the next Medellin”.
When TIME famously christened Medellin, Colombia as “the most dangerous city on earth” Read more
Some long-term readers may remember my article in 2012 about my first trip down south where I visited Cali, Popayan, Pasto and Ipiales. At that Read more
Each day of the conference was packed with a variety of events. The conference agenda had both mornings and afternoons filled. From eight a.m. until Read more
St Barts and Mustique saw positive annual price growth in recent years.
After a downturn following the 2008 recession, real estate markets in the Caribbean Read more
Damage and debris from Hurricane Maria remains on a beach in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico, on Feb. 1, 2018.
(Washington Blade photo by Michael K. Lavers)
A view of the mangroves from a dugout canoe in Boquilla, Colombia. ILLUSTRATION: DAISY PRINCE
Cartagena, Colombia, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is rapidly becoming a Read more
Colombia is doubling down on coffee tourism. In Risaralda, one of Colombia’s prime coffee growing regions, the government is dedicating USD $6.9 Million towards the Read more
In 2014, world oil prices crashed, plunging economies with high production costs, such as Venezuela and Brazil, into turmoil. Colombia felt the pressure as well, Read more
Puerto Rico Electric and Power Authority workers guide an utility pole raised with a crane to repair a downed power transmission line in Ponce, last Read more
Fear not, investors! The upcoming Colombian congressional and presidential elections are unlikely to significantly affect your portfolios. While some are concerned about leading presidential candidate Read more
Following the devastation of Hurricane Maria, a bright future lies ahead for Puerto Rico.