Business and Retirement Guide to Belize

Overview

An essential guide to living, working, and retiring in Belize.

Totally updated, the second edition of the Business and Retirement Guide to Belize is an easy-to-read guide to investing, owning property, and retiring in Belize. Bob Dhillon, a successful real-estate developer in Belize, introduces the reader to the country, its beauty, its friendly people, and its economic attractions.

A tropical paradise with beautiful beaches, accessible rain forest, and lost jungle cities, Belize also has a cost of living that makes it affordable for Canadians, Americans, and Europeans. Whether you are a retiree looking for a beautiful, safe, affordable home, or an investor or entrepreneur seeking an attractive business environment, Belize, with its relaxed investment rules and unbeatable lifestyle, has everything you could want.

Reviews

Why settle for Florida when you can embrace a peaceful English-speaking tropical paradise with a proud Hispanic tradition that also boasts a transparent legal system? As Langan and Dhillon argue, Belize offers perhaps the last chance to buy an affordable piece of Caribbean beachfront in a country where you will be made to feel welcome, whether you travel there to do business, camp in the rain forests, or swim above the coral reefs.

Stephen Robinson, former foreign editor of the Daily Telegraph

A glimpse at an affordable retirement possibility in a tropical paradise.

Sherbrooke Record

About the Authors

Bob Dhillon

Posted by KathrynB on December 6, 2014
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Bob Dhillon

Bob Dhillon is a dynamic real-estate entrepreneur and is the founder and largest shareholder of Mainstreet Equity. His 2,700-acre island in Belize is developing into a world-class tourist resort. Bob has an M.B.A. from the University of Western Ontario.

Fred Langan

Posted by KathrynB on December 6, 2014
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Fred Langan

Fred Langan is a writer and journalist, and was host of the CBC nightly business news. He has written for the Economist, the Daily Telegraph, the Christian Science Monitor, and the Globe and Mail. He splits his time between Toronto and Knowlton, Quebec.