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|50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 4:22pm On Feb 22, 2017|
Whether you are close to retirement and want to see the world or are young and simply itch to live abroad, finding an inexpensive place to explore is the key to making your dreams a reality. So, it only makes sense to think about where you can live a richer life for less.
Using online pricing database Numbeo, GOBankingRates.com ranked nations by four key affordability metrics. Each metric is measured against what you would find in New York City:
Local purchasing power index: Measures the relative purchasing power of a typical salary in that country. A lower purchasing power buys fewer goods, while a higher purchasing power buys more.Rent index: Includes typical rental prices in the country.Groceries index: Includes typical grocery prices in the country.Consumer price index: Includes costs of local goods and services — including restaurants, groceries, transportation and utilities.
Local purchasing power is 69.1% lower
Rent is 90.32% cheaper
Groceries are 62.35% cheaper
Local goods and services are 61% cheaper
First on our list of the cheapest countries to live in is the Republic of Kenya on the east coast of Africa. It sits right on the equator, which means anyone thinking of moving here should enjoy warm weather. The country is home to 42.7 million people, and its ethnic diversity makes the culture fascinating and colorful. However, it also brings conflict, and the country has seen a number of terrorist attacks over the years. The primary languages are Swahili and English.
Local purchasing power is 56.82% lower
Rent is 82.95% cheaper
Groceries are 66.47% cheaper
Local goods and services are 61.74% cheaper
Iran's full name is the Islamic Republic of Iran, which hints at important features of life that might impact your decision to relocate here. The principal religion is Islam, the official language is Persian and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has authority over the judiciary, armed forces and state-controlled media. As the media faces tight regulations, moving to Iran might not be your first choice if you value a free press.
Local purchasing power is 31.52% lower
Rent is 86.02% cheaper
Groceries are 63.26% cheaper
Local goods and services are 50.5% cheaper
Estonia was part of the Soviet Union until 1991. Geographically, Estonia is wedged between Russia and Latvia just across the Baltic Sea from Finland. Its 1.3 million people speak Estonian and Russian. The country is a member of the European Union as well as NATO and has done quite well economically, making it a good country for stretching your retirement savings.
Local purchasing power is 58.8% lower
Rent is 82.77% cheaper
Groceries are 63.83% cheaper
Local goods and services are 60.53% cheaper
Located on the west coast of South America, Peru is famous for cultural relics like the ancient Incan capital of Cuzco and the lost city of Machu Picchu. The country has soaring mountains, a lovely coastline and the highest navigable lake in the world. The almost 30 million residents primarily speak Spanish, but also Quechua and Aymara.
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|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by ghettowriter(m): 4:26pm On Feb 22, 2017|
Iran?? no please, you can keep the free ticket.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 4:27pm On Feb 22, 2017|
Local purchasing power is 21.77% lower
Rent is 85.94% cheaper
Groceries are 56.52% cheaper
Local goods and services are 46.76% cheaper
Since Slovenia broke with Yugoslavia in 1991, the country has joined the European Union. After suffering through a recession in 2012, the economy rebounded, and the country is now on stronger financial footing. In fact, by 2015 nearly 73 percent of the population of 2 million residents were online. The official language is Slovenian.
Local purchasing power is 11.86% higher
Rent is 72.08% cheaper
Groceries are 50.66% cheaper
Local goods and services are 47.41% cheaper
Located on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, Oman has a long and beautiful shoreline on the Arabian Sea. This proximity to the sea has allowed Oman to develop a fishing industry and contributes to the rise of tourism in this country. Visitors appreciate the rich geographic diversity, with its mountains, deserts and ocean. But the real economic backbone of the nation is oil. The country is Islamic, and the population of almost 3 million speak Arabic.
Oman Local purchasing power is 11.86% higher
Local purchasing power is 32.16% lower
Rent is 81.33% cheaper
Groceries are 52.26% cheaper
Local goods and services are 55.24% cheaper
The People's Republic of China has the biggest population of any nation in the world at 1.35 billion. But that doesn't mean the country is densely populated, given its huge size of 3.7 million square miles. You'll find huge cities like China's capital, Beijing, teeming with markets and tourist attractions, but beware of high pollution levels. Unfortunately, rural areas have not benefited as much from this country's fast-growing economy.
Local purchasing power is 39.29% lower
Rent is 89.91% cheaper
Groceries are 60.09% cheaper
Local goods and services are 52% cheaper
If you've ever visited Italy's eastern coastline, you've seen the beautiful Adriatic Sea. Right across that body of water lies Croatia, a small country with an equally picturesque coastline. This member of the European Union is popular among tourists, and the scenery makes it attractive for expats as well. The capital is Zagreb, and most people speak Croatian.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 4:31pm On Feb 22, 2017|
Local purchasing power is 4.08% lower
Rent is 87.72% cheaper
Groceries are 55.94% cheaper
Local goods and services are 45.93% cheaper
Cyprus is an island nation in the far eastern Mediterranean Sea and a member of the EU. It is populated by Turkish Cypriots in the north and Greek Cypriots in the south. The warm Mediterranean climate and beautiful beaches have attracted a fairly large expat population that help make it one of the best places to retire. Although the official languages are Turkish and Greek, English is widely spoken.
Local purchasing power is 52.48% lower
Rent is 87.33% cheaper
Groceries are 66.38% cheaper
Local goods and services are 57.23% cheaper
Hungary is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, with Budapest its famous capital. It joined the EU in 2004. The largest lake in central Europe, Lake Balaton, attracts tourists to Hungary. Retirees will discover spa towns and hot springs, as well as a rich musical tradition.
Local purchasing power is 63.57% lower
Rent is 87.79% cheaper
Groceries are 72.81% cheaper
Local goods and services are 66.16% cheaper
Belarus is wedged between Russia, Poland and the Ukraine. The former Soviet republic has some 9.5 million people who still speak Russian or Belarussian. It is still dependent on Russia for its energy. According to Lonely Planet, the country doesn't get many tourists, but it is not without its charm. You'll find neither litter nor graffiti, but plenty of dense forests and simple villages.
Local purchasing power is 35.25% lower
Rent is 83.51% cheaper
Groceries are 61.16% cheaper
Local goods and services are 55.1% cheaper
Slovakia is a small country that has maintained its fierce individuality and unique culture but has done extremely well economically. It is considered a European success story. Slovakia was part of Czechoslovakia until 1993. It joined the EU in 2004 and its 5.5 million residents speak Slovak. The country welcomes more than a half-million tourists a year who come to visit its High Tatras mountain range, with its ski towns and small, traditional villages. These landscapes might appeal to retirees as well.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 4:36pm On Feb 22, 2017|
Local purchasing power is 80.58% lower
Rent is 93.17% cheaper
Groceries are 70.59% cheaper
Local goods and services are 65.86% cheaper
English is the official language of Uganda, so that makes it easier to think of retiring there. This landlocked nation is located in Central Africa, to the west of Kenya. Since gaining independence from Britain in 1962, Uganda went through some very tough times marked by coups, wars and dictatorships but emerged fairly stable and financially sound.
Local purchasing power is 53.39% lower
Rent is 90.46% cheaper
Groceries are 68.9% cheaper
Local goods and services are 60.65% cheaper
Montenegro means "Black Mountain," and this small Eastern European country boasts soaring mountain ranges and a stunning coastline. Bordering on Croatia, Bosnia, Albania, Kosovo and Serbia, Montenegro sits on the Adriatic Sea. It is home to the Tara River Canyon, the deepest in the continent. The population speaks Serbian and Montenegrin.
15. Sri Lanka
Local purchasing power is 69.72% lower
Rent is 91.26% cheaper
Groceries are 63.21% cheaper
Local goods and services are 66.53% cheaper
If you're planning for an early retirement on a tropical island kissed by the sun most of the year, you're in luck. This island nation just off the southern tip of India has eight UNESCO world heritage sites. Explore rainforests and miles of beaches, feast on spicy foods and see elephants. However, not all has been peaceful on this lovely isle. A decades-long civil war has left tensions between the majority Sinhalese and Tamil minority.
Local purchasing power is 67.12% lower
Rent is 90.09% cheaper
Groceries are 73.17% cheaper
Local goods and services are 66.13% cheaper
Look for Armenia just north of Iran in the Middle East. This landlocked nation has a troubled history, including the massacre of as many as 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Empire around 1915. It gained independence from the USSR in 1991, but still obtains gas from Russia. With Armenia's high unemployment and poverty rates, many young people are leaving to seek a better life elsewhere. Even a modest American retirement check will go a long way in Armenia.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 4:37pm On Feb 22, 2017|
Local purchasing power is 18.57% higher
Rent is 85.2% cheaper
Groceries are 27.11% cheaper
Local goods and services are 38.62% cheaper
Independent since 1950 but claimed by China, Taiwan is an island of contradictions. One of the world's top producers of computer technology, Taiwan is also a place of outstanding natural beauty. Known for centuries as Ilha Formosa, meaning "Beautiful Isle," its tropical forests, steep gorges and lovely coastlines will win you over.
Taiwan Local purchasing power is 18.57% higher
Local purchasing power is 85.92% lower
Rent is 94.02% cheaper
Groceries are 73.28% cheaper
Local goods and services are 71.69% cheaper
Syria lands on our list of the most affordable countries to live in — but don't pack your bags yet.
Few countries are more war-torn than Syria. Located in the Middle East alongside countries like Turkey, Lebanon and Iraq, Syria has been crippled by a bitter civil war that is causing many citizens to flee their homes and become refugees in other countries. When at peace, Syria has much to offer for expats, including high mountains, fertile plains and a coastline along the Mediterranean Sea. But peace does not seem to be a near-future reality for Syria.
Syria Local purchasing power is 85.92% lower
Rent is 94.02% cheaper
Local purchasing power is 53.26% lower
Rent is 88.93% cheaper
Groceries are 67.87% cheaper
Local goods and services are 61.35% cheaper
Ten million people live in Bolivia, a landlocked country in South America to the east of Chile and Peru. A country of extremes, Bolivia's landscape ranges from deep, green valleys like La Paz to soaring Andean peaks. Its extreme natural beauty and abundant flora and fauna will thrill you, whether you come as a tourist or expatriate. The culture is enhanced by the country's large indigenous population. Spanish, Quechua, Aymara and Guarani are the chief languages.
Local purchasing power is 62.37% lower
Rent is 89.31% cheaper
Groceries are 71.24% cheaper
Local goods and services are 65.55% cheaper
Colombia dips its toes in both the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea from its location on South America's northwest coast. Its 47.5 million people are a mix of Spanish, indigenous Indian and African heritage. Colombia's recent history has been marred by a lengthy conflict involving drug cartels and various outlawed armed groups. However, the Colombian president recently reached a historic peace deal.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 4:52pm On Feb 22, 2017|
Local purchasing power is 63% lower
Rent is 94.39% cheaper
Groceries are 67.29% cheaper
Local goods and services are 63.9% cheaper
Crammed between India and Burma, Bangladesh is a densely populated nation. Over 152 million people live in this country's 55,598 square miles, much of which is a delta of rivers that empty into the Bay of Bengal. It is a lush and stunning country, but there are drawbacks to retiring here. Bangladesh is vulnerable to flooding and cyclones and may fare poorly with rising waters resulting from global warming.
Local purchasing power is 58.8% lower
Rent is 89.56% cheaper
Groceries are 68.49% cheaper
Local goods and services are 64.47% cheaper
Morocco is across the Strait of Gibraltar from Spain. If you move in Morocco, you can choose between its Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts for sunbathing and hike steep mountains in the country's interior. Almost 33 million people live here, creating a vibrant culture that includes Arab, Berber, European and African influences. Arabic and Berber are the county's official languages, but French and Spanish are widely spoken.
Morocco Local purchasing power is 58.8% lower
Rent is 89.56% cheaper
Local purchasing power is 64% lower
Rent is 92.68% cheaper
Groceries are 66.05% cheaper
Local goods and services are 65.29% cheaper
With some 7,000 islands to choose from in the Philippines, even the most choosy retirees may find one to love. The islands are mostly mountainous, and subject to volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. The climate is often warm and sunny, but the country can suffer from monsoons and typhoons. The U.S. is a close ally of the Philippines, however, and many of the 96.5 million people residing here speak English. That would make retiring easier.
Local purchasing power is 69.2% lower
Rent is 89.34% cheaper
Groceries are 77.07% cheaper
Local goods and services are 72.24% cheaper
The Republic of Azerbaijan is located in the Middle East just above Iran, with a Caspian Sea coastline. Most of the 9.6 million people speak Azeri and/or Russian, and are Islamic. If having a group of English-speaking friends is important to you in retirement, this might not be your spot — Lonely Planet reports the country has few English speakers. Still, it lands near the middle in our ranking of the most affordable countries to retire in.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 4:55pm On Feb 22, 2017|
Local purchasing power is 44.36% lower
Rent is 89.44% cheaper
Groceries are 66.54% cheaper
Local goods and services are 61.4% cheaper
Turkey straddles Europe and Asia, a large nation with about 74.5 million residents. Its hopes to enter the European Union have not yet been realized, and some EU nations have concerns about its repressive government. Turkey has an American expat population that raves about its cheap, excellent medical care and cheap housing while decrying the prevalence of domestic violence. If a community of expats is important to you, consider moving in Istanbul rather than a smaller town that is less likely to have American enclaves.
Local purchasing power is 63.34% lower
Rent is 93.17% cheaper
Groceries are 67.5% cheaper
Local goods and services are 67.62% cheaper
Algeria lines up next to Morocco on the northern edge of Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea. The largest country in Africa, Algeria is dry and hot. In fact, more than 80 percent of the country lies within the Sahara Desert. If you like regular cool breezes or four distinct seasons, this might not be your spot. This French colony lost more than 1 million people in the fight for independence, but now has a relatively stable economy thanks to oil and gas.
Algeria Local purchasing power is 63.34% lower
Rent is 93.17% cheaper
Local purchasing power is 48.6% lower
Rent is 91.09% is cheaper
Groceries are 69.51% cheaper
Local goods and services are 63.51% cheaper
Located in the Balkans, Bulgaria shares borders with nations such as Greece, Turkey and Romania. It was once a close ally and satellite of the USSR, but this ended in the early 1990s. Bulgaria joined the European Union in 2007. Most of its 7.4 million residents speak Bulgarian. The country's capital is Sophia.
Local purchasing power is 65.51% lower
Rent is 93.7% cheaper
Groceries are 73.93% cheaper
Local goods and services are 67.58% cheaper
This European country is in the Balkans, just north of Greece. It has an extended coastline along the Adriatic and Ionian seas, rugged mountains and the lively capital city of Tirana. Albania is attracting more tourists every year and, with its low cost of living, might make a smart retirement destination.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 5:00pm On Feb 22, 2017|
Local purchasing power is 55.16% lower
Rent is 88.73% cheaper
Groceries are 75.17% cheaper
Local goods and services are 69.26% cheaper
With 1 million square miles of territory, Kazakhstan is as large as Western Europe. Bordering both Russia and China, the nation has the advantage of being both geographically and ethnically diverse. Its population of Russians, Uzbeks, Koreans and Chechens live in harmony. The almost 16 million people speak both Russian and Kazakh. This isn't a big tourist area, but the government and economy are relatively stable.
Local purchasing power is 59.2% lower
Rent is 92.75% cheaper
Groceries are 75.04% cheaper
Local goods and services are 66.21% cheaper
Serbia has only been a stand-alone sovereign nation for a decade. It was part of Yugoslavia, then part of the Union of Serbia and Montenegro until 2006. Wedged between Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria and Romania, Serbia is hoping for EU membership in the near future. The almost 10 million people living here speak Serbian. Retirees will love the low cost of living here.
Local purchasing power is 46.56% lower
Rent is 90.41% cheaper
Groceries are 70.95% cheaper
Local goods and services are 64.37% cheaper
Romania boasts dramatic mountains, a Black Sea coastline and the lively capital city of Bucharest. Located in Eastern Europe, Romania has a population of 21.4 million people whom primarily speak Romanian. The country became a member of the EU in 2007 and lands on the No. 20 spot for the cheapest countries to retire in.
Local purchasing power is 66.97% lower
Rent is 91.43% cheaper
Groceries are 77.74% cheaper
Local goods and services are 72.63% cheaper
Georgia is another country that was part of the Soviet Union until 1991. It has a long border with Russia and an interest in joining the EU that is making Russia uncomfortable. Georgia has 4.3 million people, most of whom speak Russian, Georgian or both. If it's important to you to retire in a country where freedom of speech is guaranteed, you should know that the Georgian constitution protects freedom of speech. Newspapers and TV programs often criticize the government without reprisal.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 5:05pm On Feb 22, 2017|
Local purchasing power is 10.07% higher
Rent is 78.06% cheaper
Groceries are 66.17% cheaper
Local goods and services are 55.27% cheaper
Zambia is one of the most stable countries in Africa. Landlocked, Zambia shares a border with Zimbabwe and Namibia in south-central Africa. Its population is growing fast. Currently home to over 13 million people, Zambia is projected to have a population nearing 40 million by 2050. Zambians designated English as their official language, which should ease communication if you decide to move here.
Local purchasing power is 74.91% lower
Rent is 96.64% cheaper
Groceries are 73.62% cheaper
Local goods and services are 69.98% cheaper
Eight of the world's highest mountains are found in Nepal, including Mount Everest. Tourists coming to admire, trek through or climb the Himalayas provide a large chunk of the limited income this South Asian country earns. Nepal, lying long between China and India, is home to 31 million people. Its economy is poor, making it one of the world's poorest countries. Your retirement check will go far here.
Local purchasing power is 70.62% lower
Rent is 92.15% cheaper
Groceries are 78.03% cheaper
Local goods and services are 71.63% cheaper
Like so many other inexpensive countries, Moldova gained its independence when the USSR broke up in 1991. It is landlocked, and shares borders with Romania and Ukraine. Moldova is home to 3.5 million people and is one of the poorest nations in Europe, struggling with poverty and high unemployment. It produces wine, but the trade is currently in decline. Moldovan and Russian are the primary languages spoken here.
36. Czech Republic
Local purchasing power is 23.78% lower
Rent is 85.17% cheaper
Groceries are 64.16% cheaper
Local goods and services are 58.78% cheaper
With a population of over 10 million, the Czech Republic is doing quite well for itself these days. Once a part of Czechoslovakia, it emerged as its own country in 1993 and has proved itself to be a robust democracy. This European country borders Germany, Austria and Poland, and has a highly developed economy. Most people speak Czech.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 5:10pm On Feb 22, 2017|
Local purchasing power is 73.07% lower
Rent is 90.64% cheaper
Groceries are 80.13% cheaper
Local goods and services are 73.78% cheaper
Ukraine is another Eastern European nation located near Russia and the Black Sea. It is the second largest in Europe, with broad, rich farm lands, and industrial centers in the east. Some 44.9 million people live in Ukraine, many of those in its capital, Kiev. Ukraine gained its independence in 1991, but has had continued problems keeping it. Russia seized and annexed the autonomous republic Crimea in March 2014, and continues to hold it.
Local purchasing power is 26.66% lower
Rent is 88.81% cheaper
Groceries are 57.56% cheaper
Local goods and services are 59.76% cheaper
If you are looking for a long history of political stability in a retirement destination, Malaysia might be just the place. It is a federation of 13 states and three federal territories, with the ethnic Malay and Chinese existing in relative harmony. The country includes Borneo with its fabled rainforests, a major tourist destination in the area. The Southeast Asian country has a population of 29.3 million.
Local purchasing power is 28.25% lower
Rent is 86.07% cheaper
Groceries are 70.31% cheaper
Local goods and services are 61.85% cheaper
Poland is a country in Eastern Europe on the Baltic Sea. It has a turbulent history but has since become independent and joined the European Union, flourishing economically. Poland has a population of 38.53 million, and the official language spoken is Polish.
Local purchasing power is 48.71% lower
Rent is 93.78% cheaper
Groceries are 70.24% cheaper
Local goods and services are 64.95% cheaper
Bosnia-Herzegovina is a European nation that borders Croatia and Serbia, and has a population of 3.7 million. Its capital is Sarajevo. It is still recovering from a three-year war that happened during the break-up of Yugoslavia, which left the region's economy in tatters. Bosnia-Herzegovina became an independent state but remains under international administration. In 2016, the nation asked to join the EU and just barely misses the top 10 cheapest countries to retire.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 5:14pm On Feb 22, 2017|
Local purchasing power is 60.15% lower
Rent is 93.98% cheaper
Groceries are 74.59% cheaper
Local goods and services are 69.07% cheaper
Rounding out the top 10 cheapest countries to live in is Macedonia, yet another country created from the break up of Yugoslavia. It did not face the brutal, ethnic violence that shattered other Balkan countries during that period, but has since come close to civil war. It is located just north of Greece and has a population of 2.1 million. Its main languages are Macedonian and Albanian.
42. South Africa
Local purchasing power is 1.04% lower
Rent is 83.67% cheaper
Groceries are 63.73% cheaper
Local goods and services are 56.88% cheaper
South Africa, with over 50 million people, has one of Africa's most developed economies. Governed by a white minority until 1994, South Africa enforced apartheid, where races were separated by laws. The government finally yielded to years of opposition and protests, and made way for a democratically elected government. The country has 11 official languages, one of which is English.
Local purchasing power is 59.81% lower
Rent is 93.9% cheaper
Groceries are 72.42% cheaper
Local goods and services are 71.26% cheaper
Tunisia is a coastal North African nation that borders the Mediterranean Sea, Algeria and Libya. It has a population of almost 11 million and is quite prosperous, with both agriculture and tourism playing important roles in the economy. Arabic and French are spoken here. The country's long Mediterranean beach and islands like Djerba make Tunisia an attractive place to retire.
Local purchasing power is 60.05% lower
Rent is 94.97% cheaper
Groceries are 75.17% cheaper
Local goods and services are 72.82% cheaper
Pakistan is located west of India and south of Afghanistan. It has a population of nearly 185 million people. English is one of the languages spoken here, along with Urdu, Punjabi, Sindhi, Pashto and Balochi. The state was created to meet the demands of Indian Muslims for their own homeland.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 5:19pm On Feb 22, 2017|
Local purchasing power is 70.61% lower
Rent is 94.97% cheaper
Groceries are 80.99% cheaper
Local goods and services are 77.64% cheaper
If you long for pyramids and love archaeology, Egypt is a prime retirement destination. Located in Africa and bordering the Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea, Libya and Sudan, Egypt has a population of 83.9 million. Tourism has always been important for the country's economy, but the flow of American visitors slowed after political upheaval started in 2011. The main language in Egypt is Arabic.
Egypt Local purchasing power is 70.61% lower
Local purchasing power is 39.92% lower
Rent is 91.63% cheaper
Groceries are 71.94% cheaper
Local goods and services are 70.19% cheaper
Rounding out the top five is Mexico, an enormous nation with sprawling urban centers, countrysides, beaches, mountains and small villages across more than 758,000 square miles. Thanks to a favorable exchange rate from the U.S. dollar to the peso, your money will stretch further. It's one reason why Mexico is among the top vacation spots for retirees.
Local purchasing power is 32.65% higher
Rent is 81.2% cheaper
Groceries are 52.99% cheaper
Local goods and services are 54.15% cheaper
Libya has abundant supplies of sand, sun and oil. It was the oil — discovered just after the country gained its independence — that brought Libya immense riches. Libya is also known for the four-decade rule of Col. Muammar Gaddafi, who seized power in 1969 and held onto it until 2011, when he fell in an armed rebellion. About 6.4 million people live in this Arabic speaking nation.[/s] DO NOT GO TO LIBYA O
Local purchasing power is 34.33% higher
Rent is 88.65% cheaper
Groceries are 50.65% cheaper
Local goods and services are 44.2% cheaper
Once named British Honduras, Belize has a superb location and low cost of living, making it one of the cheapest countries to retire to. It reclines beside the Caribbean Sea and shares a border with Guatemala. Tourists flock to Belize for its beaches, reefs, wildlife and Mayan ruins. Best of all, English is the official language and, just off the coast of Belize, is Caye Caulker, a premiere but cheap island getaway.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 5:22pm On Feb 22, 2017|
49. Saudi Arabia
Local purchasing power is 38.05% higher
Rent is 85.64% cheaper
Groceries are 59.46% cheaper
Local goods and services are 51.63% cheaper
Saudi Arabia is one of the most important and influential nations of the Arab world. This Middle Eastern nation is prospering thanks to its strong oil industry centered on crude oil, petroleum refining and petrochemicals. Its population of 28.7 million primarily speak Arabic. Unfortunately for American retirees, Saudi Arabia is also known for its attachment to a puritan version of Sunni Islam that embraces brutal punishments and severe restrictions on women's dress and activities.
Saudi Arabia Local purchasing power is 38.05% higher
Local purchasing power is 23.27% lower
Rent is 93.23% cheaper
Groceries are 74.8% cheaper
Local goods and services are 74.92% cheaper
Coming in as the country with the lowest cost of living is India. In the 70 years since its independence, India has made enormous strides in almost every area. Today, its 1.2 billion residents power the fourth-largest economy on the planet. It produces enough food to export, and life expectancy has more than doubled. It is the world's largest democracy, a vast and diverse nation of some 1.2 million square miles.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by Arewa12: 11:25pm On Feb 22, 2017|
So Which one wud u Choose
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by chukxie(m): 4:20pm On Feb 23, 2017|
I'd like to travel to all of them except Libya and Syria for obvious reasons. Although Saudi Arabia is a beautiful and prosperous country, I might be hesitant to visit for personal reasons.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by Mykelpato(m): 1:30am On Feb 24, 2017|
Make I buy 2 plots incase this thread develops.
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|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 10:24am On Feb 25, 2017|
let us ask you that question..... why would you wanna leave 9ja?
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 10:25am On Feb 25, 2017|
Libya and Syria are a no-no
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by somto12: 11:19am On Feb 25, 2017|
searchng4love:sir please among them, which one is best for a Nigerian universities graduate to go and hustle..I mean find work and even hustle
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by chukxie(m): 2:05pm On Feb 25, 2017|
I tell you.
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by forexbinary: 6:29pm On Feb 25, 2017|
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by searchng4love: 10:00pm On Feb 25, 2017|
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by somto12: 10:24pm On Feb 25, 2017|
searchng4love:Hustle in the sence working or find many tinz doing that will give u money
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by Nobody: 3:42am On Feb 28, 2017|
now this is the type of thread I like ta see in travel section. Nice
|Re: 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In by udoka55555: 5:08pm On Sep 08, 2020|
Which one is the best
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