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How do I choose the most appropriate country location?

Of course, this is the BIG question. Make a list of what’s important. Ask questions like…
  • What’s important? List the things that inspire, motivate and compel your thinking
  • What you want less of in life i.e. crowds, heat/cold, high prices etc.
  • What you’d do more of when you have more time
  • Where would you feel invigorated? Describe the climate.
  • What’s within your financial reach?
  • What services and infrastructure are important? i.e. Internet, health services, seniors clubs, social groups
  • Do you have a car or will you need to use public transport?

Once you’ve written your list, research the alternatives that tick most of your boxes. Picking a local First National agent and just ringing for a chat can be the most informative time you’ll spend. Use our ‘find an office search’ for the nearest member to your area of interest.
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