Why Buy A Vacation Home In The Dominican Republic
What is holding you back from making a move to a tropical island? I wager for most of you the principal factor holding you back is your fear that it would cost too much.
If that is what is giving you pause from getting out of cold winters and high taxes, then I have good news for you. For most people, it is definitely more economical to retire in the Caribbean. Or at least it can be if you are careful about your choice of an island. It turns out that the North Coast of the Dominican Republic can be affordable, even if all you have for retirement is Social Security. Just a few of the cost of living savings you can plan on include much, much lower property taxes, budget-friendly homes with million dollar ocean views, and the freshest organic and fresh caught food choices at very economical prices.
When you retire in the Caribbean, and especially when you retire on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic, you will find what it is like to enjoy a stress-free outdoor life. Almost every single day of the year is sunny and warm. No more icy roads. No more shoveling snow. No more cold winters. The most challenging task of the day on quite a few days is figuring out which of the uncrowded, natural beaches you will visit and whether to take a picnic or buy a freshly grilled fish from a vendor on the beach.
The Dominican Republic is a huge island, with quite a lot of diversity and variety. From the highest mountain in the Caribbean to many miles this content of beautiful beaches, there is always some place to experience and friendly people to meet. And the North Coast of the Dominican Republic offers some of the best of what the Dominican Republic delivers. The whole entire coast is bordered by mountain ridges and cliffs on the south and spectacular beaches and ocean cliffs on the north.
Why retire on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic. This video should help address that question Make sure and check out our whole entire collection of videos exploring each of the towns on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic that Americans, Canadians and Europeans love to retire to.