Last updated on November 29th, 2022 at 04:40 am
Eventually, the COVID 19 pandemic will be contained. And global markets and economies will recover. Belize is at this time one of only 14 countries in the world that is free of COVID-19. The experience of having lived through this challenging period will leave us with a reinforced and perhaps, a reinvented understanding of what matters most in life. Belize offers a peaceful respite post-coronavirus, and Forbes lists Belize in their top 3 destinations to live or retire during or after CoronaVirus. (Image Credit: Jim Mitchem).
Considered from a post-crisis perspective, where in the world will offer the best options for repositioning yourself overseas? Diversifying your lifestyle and your investment portfolio is a more important agenda now than ever. Embrace the many opportunities our world continues to offer. How to make sure you’re prepared for whatever tomorrow brings? Expand where you spend your time and money. This way, you’re not at the mercy of any single government, economy, marketplace, or currency.
In this Forbes Article written by Kathleen Peddicord, the Cayo district of Belize is cited as one of the top 3 places overseas investors should keep their eye on. Below, Kathleen lists a few reasons. Also consider Corozal on the border with Mexico as one of the best places to live or retire in Belize:
“Belize remains off the world’s radar. Nobody is targeting or intent on stirring up trouble in this little country that’s part Caribbean, part Central American. Most people don’t give Belize a second thought. In today’s world, that’s a plus.
“The country is one of the most important members of the Caribbean Community, thanks to its arable land and agricultural capacity. It helps provide food security for CARICOM, an international community of primarily small English-speaking island nations.
“Belize has pristine marine, rainforest, and environments and a small population. So, in addition to being food secure, it is a great vacation destination and an ideal place to live.” – Kathleen Peddicord, Forbes Contributor.