Descriptions- EXPAT FILES SHOW #744- FRI, MAR 23- (03-23-2018):
#1- Homesteading in Latin America:
Tips for expats and gringos who want to live in the Latin American boonies “off the grid” or nearly “off the grid”.
#2- Johnny’s picks for Living Large on a measly social security check way up in the 5000 to 6000 foot elevation “sweet spot” known as the altiplano:
The fact is that some “altiplano” regions are much more comfortable than others. That’s why the altiplano concept deserves a lot deeper explanation and discussion than you might think. Today you’ll know why.
#3- What’s life like living and/or homesteading out in the Latin boonies?
Today we present a nice snap shot of the gringo/expat country life…
#4- What are the best, least expensive and most effective way for gringos and expats to fence in and secure their properties?
Lone standing Latin American properties will very likely need to be fenced in. Today we offer some practical tips specific to protecting your own chosen property homestead n Latin America.
#5- Johnny has a close encounter with very poisonous snake. You’ll want to sit down when you hear today’s “boots on the ground” story!
#6-Announcing Johnny’s next “Latin American Insider” seminar. It will take place from Saturday, July 7th thru Thursday, July 12th 2018. To get on the early-bird discount list and receive the latest updates just send an email to email@example.com and put the word “seminar” in the subject line.
#7- Johnny’s new “Expat Essentials Course” is a blueprint for your “Plan B” and the best way kick-start your exit plan before getting boots on the ground in Latin America. Check out the free intro video to the course now at www.TheExpatFiles.com/academy
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