10 Cheapest Countries to Buy a Home for $20,000 after Retirement

On: March 25, 2019
By: Abhishek Dey

As much as one loves to live in the most cosmopolitan countries in the world- like the USA, UK, Australia, France, Germany and more, the cost of living here is a lot more than most people could bear. There are some very beautiful countries, offering picturesque views right from the window and have an extremely cheap and doable cost of living. If one is willing to explore, and is ready to be embracive of the different location, they might actually find it better than the aforementioned. Retirement is about relaxation, chocolates, flowers and rainbows, and however much luxury US, UK and such provides, it is also a very fast moving nation and if one does not follow up the pace, they would feel left out. Also, is it not a fantasy to escape the 9 to 5 job, and live well for however long you do? The following countries have all one would want post-retirement and at the cheapest possible costs.

10. Ecuador

Ecuador is known for its old world charm that still holds onto the essence of the 1950s or so. It brings with it a very sanitary living, great residents who are willing to help and friendly, excellent services and at the same time, the modern cities like Quito or Cuenca. What makes Ecuador such a great place is the fact that it has something to offer for everyone and have diversities that range from beaches to highland retreats. Also, it brings with itself the value of living and the sheer variety and something for everyone, makes it the number one choice. If you wish to live around fellow expats, Cuenca and Vilcabamba are the stops for you. You could live comfortably or enjoy the high-quality life at around $1,620 a month. If you are looking for a view of the water or such, you can find a place along the coasts of Salinas at the lowest of $19,900.

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