San Antonio, TX (PRBuzz.com) January 31, 2013 -- In recent years, retiring overseas has gained the attention and imagination of people in their 50s on the lookout for adventure, safety and cost-effectiveness in their next home. The opportunity of adventure and new cultures, as well as lower cost of living compared to life in the United States are apparently the main reasons why more than 3 million U.S. baby boomers are planning to retire abroad.
"We scour the Internet finding best places to retire overseas. Many of our choices offer excellent retirement at reasonable prices," said Chris Campos, Marketing Manager. "The warm and temperate climates and pristine beauty of these locations make for a very attractive retirement situation, and best of all, it is relatively inexpensive to do it," Campos continued.
In top five of the cheapest, safest and more welcoming places to live overseas, BestPlacesRetire.com has named Coronado, Panama, Languedoc, France, Ambergris Caye, Belize, Cuenca, Ecuador and Chaing Mai, Thailand. Mexico, Ireland and Nicaragua are also listed in the second part of the article as top retirement havens for 2013. The two-part guide is designed to help retirees move to the ideal spot that fits all their retirement lifestyle needs and available budget.
"We wanted to make it easy and simple if you are looking to retire somewhere outside of the U.S. Many times these places are full of similarly minded people, so the opportunities are quite good for those who are interested," Campos continued.
To access the entire guide on best places to retire overseas, please visit http://www.bestplacesretire.com/.
BestPlacesRetire.com is a travel information website that currently has over 100 articles to help baby boomers find the best place to retire. The website is constantly updating content and publishing fresh articles and blog posts to help retirees make the best decision when it comes to finding a home overseas.
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