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5 Best Beachfront Buys For 2021


5 Best Beachfront Buys For 2021

The world's best beachfront property purchases in 2021 will be in Northern Cyprus, Colombia, Brazil, Mexico and Belize. These are the results of the 2021 Global Property Survey from Live and Invest Overseas, an annual index detailing how much it costs to own real estate in the world's best places to live or retire.

The study looks at the cost of buying 70 to 100 square meters of two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments in areas in which an expatriate retiree would feel comfortable. If your dream is to retire to the beach, consider buying a property in North Cyprus.

North Cyprus offers the most affordable options in 2021. In addition, each of the indicated markets offers excellent rental investment opportunities, making the property the best choice for buying real estate both for personal part-time use and for extra profit when you are elsewhere. https://www.forbes.com/

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06.02.2021

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