Best Places in the World to Retire Adds Portugal to its Coverage
Oro Valley, Arizona, USA—December 1, 2015— Best Places In The World To Retire announced today that Portugal will be the fifth country it covers, joining Panama, Nicaragua, Belize and Mexico.
Chuck Bolotin, Best Places' Vice President of Business Development, said, "We are very pleased to be able to add Portugal as our first European destination. Portugal has a great reputation among English-speaking expats not only in North America, but even more so in Europe. However, many Americans and Canadians aren't that familiar with Portugal, so we are very happy to be able to bring them this content."
Alan Alexander, Chairman of the Best Places Advisor Board, added, "For many years, Portugal has been a favored destination for English-speaking Europeans. It combines low cost of living, with great lifestyle, superb food and wine, and fabulous weather. As more Americans and Canadians learn about Portugal from the Best Places' site, we believe more will become comfortable with Portugal as a potential destination, thereby broadening many of our visitors' perspectives, which is exactly one of the prime reasons they come to the Best Places' site in the first place."
Bolotin talked about the Best Places' rollout plan for Portugal. "The first region we'll focus on will be the Algarve, because it is already so popular with expats. The weather is exceptional, there is an existing expat infrastructure, English is widely spoken, and there are fairly inexpensive places to live. We very much look forward to bringing Portugal to our readers."
About Best Places in the World to Retire
Funded and run by an experienced group of entrepreneurs and investors based primarily in Southern Arizona and utilizing an innovative business model, Best Places In The World To Retire solves the problems of two groups of people: 1) those searching for "no spin," organized, balanced, diverse and credible information about moving, doing business, or visiting abroad; and, 2) for profit organizations seeking new clients and and non-profit organizations seeking new donors and volunteers.
The main areas of the site are: 1) Community Q & A, with thousands of answers to questions, provided by a community of experts; 2) Location Advisor, a real time, interactive, fun and informative questionnaire that recommends the best places to live; 3) Expat Stories, where real expats tell their experiences; and, 4) Marketplace, where for-profit and non-profit organizations have their commercial listings, all tied into the questions they answered and the stories they posted. The study Expats: Expectations and Reality, Expat Reports: Is it Cheaper to Live Abroad, Expat Report: How is Healthcare Abroad and the eBook Panama-- the 62 Things You Must Know, by Jet Metier, is available for free download here.
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