"Pinch Me, I Must Be Dreaming."
"Our new lives in Ecuador are better than we ever thought possible. We fall asleep to the lull of the waves and awake to a view of the sun reflecting off the blue Pacific...
"Because it costs so little to live here, we're actually saving more than we spend... And best of all, we're healthier than ever."
You, too, can have it all in Ecuador.
"We took a walk on the malecon... the walkway along the beach. It was about 6 p.m., so the sun wasn't quite down yet and there was a red glow to the western skies. Although it was February and back on the eastern seaboard in the States it was icy cold, here in Salinas it was just below 80 degrees F, with a cool ocean breeze. The weekend tourists were all leaving, and the vendors were rolling up their canopies...
"There we were, strolling in the sand and water, watching a flock of pelicans glide by, when Rita suddenly turned to me with a look of wonder on her face and said, 'We live on the Pacific Ocean!'
"I knew what she meant. Sometimes we think we must be dreaming. A little over a year ago, we formally lived in Maryland... and the idea of living beside the ocean was an impossible dream. The Atlantic Coast of the U.S. can be very expensive, and the weather can sometimes be very rough. If we wanted to walk on the beach in February in the U.S., we would have to buy a multi-million-dollar home deep in southern Florida. We certainly didn't have that kind of money.
"So who would have thought we could not only live in a beachfront home, but that we would actually save money by moving there?
"Pinch me, because I must be dreaming. But the truth is, I'm not dreaming... Our new reality is that we're having the time of our lives here in Ecuador."
I'm Jackie Flynn. What you've just read is a note sent to me by Jim Santos, who has been living his dream life with his wife, Rita, in Ecuador.
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As Jim says, his stroll on an Ecuadorian beach—in the middle of February—certainly isn't the only "pinch me" moment he and Rita have shared.
"We have the same 'we must be dreaming' feeling when we get our electric bill every month, and it's for less than $20," Jim says. "Or we go to pay our gas bill, and it is $6.11. Or we visit our local mercado and can barely carry back the overstuffed bags of vegetables we just bought for less than $10."
The thing is... stories like Jim's aren't unusual in Ecuador. Over and over again, I hear from International Living readers who are living in Ecuador... on the coast like Jim and Rita or in pretty colonial cities and villages in temperate Andes Mountains... and they're loving life and spending less money at the same time.
Best of all, as Jim reports, when you move to Ecuador you may find that you'll not only be happier than ever, but healthier than ever.
"I have Type II diabetes," he says, "and before I moved to Ecuador, my AIC number that reflects blood sugar levels was close to 8—well above the normal range. After we settled into our lives in Ecuador, we found ourselves taking long walks on the beach and to the mercado for our fresh fruits, vegetables, rice, eggs and seafood. The stress melted away. And when we returned to the States a few months later for a family visit, I stopped in to see my doctor.
"She ran some tests and then asked, 'What changes did we make in your medication since your last visit?' I told her we didn't "change" anything, I just moved to Ecuador. But I've now lost 50 pounds, my blood pressure reading was normal, and my A1C blood sugar reading was 5.7, well within in the normal range, so I was able to stop taking one of my diabetes medications.
"It was a very good feeling to have actual proof that we're not only living a happier, more affordable life, but also a healthier one here in Ecuador."
Jim and Rita Rescued Their Retirement in Ecuador... And You Can, Too.
I'm pleased to share the Santos's success story with you. They're happily retired and enjoying the good life in Salinas where they've been joined by a number of other expats from the U.S., Canada, Europe, and more...
Looking to start a business? Raise a family in a more family-oriented, down-to-earth environment? Ecuador may be the perfect place for you.
As Jim will tell you, Ecuador has thrown out the welcome mat to foreign retirees—as well as to those not yet ready to retire who are going to Ecuador in search of opportunity. The slower pace of life and the real sense of community are attractive to everyone, including young families who are finding Ecuador a wonderful place to raise their children.
And it's not just the enchanting Pacific Coast that's attracting foreigners... but places like the bustling capital city of Quito... charming rural Vilcabamba and Cotacachi and other safe, small-towns... and the country's most popular expat destination of Cuenca... All these places and more are attracting their share of attention.
For instance, Donna Stiteler is living the good life in the gorgeous colonial city of Cuenca, in southern Ecuador's Andes Mountains. But not too long ago, shes been pushed to the limit by life in the U.S.
As Donna tells it:
"I was pushing the end of a career in fundraising, looking at a near-barren savings account, and with a monthly $1,700 Social Security check as my financial future. That's what my monthly check is after 40 years of work. And even with a paid-off home, I could see that I wouldn't be able to live on that amount during retirement. Like many retirees, I don't have a pension from work, and my savings were close to depleted.
"I could see that medical costs would soon exceed my house payment. That the cost of car insurance would dictate that I'd have to drive a 10-year-old car. That the sweltering 90-degree F summer heat, boosted by Florida's stifling humidity close to eight months of the year, would mean that I'd have to choose to stay cool and be poor (my bill averaged $300 in summer).
Gorgeous, perfect-climate Cuenca is Ecuador's most popular community for expats.
"And then one day," she says, "I woke up and realized... this life was sucking the breath out of me."
It was a February day in 2014, she says, when "I didn't want to live one more day held hostage to a life that was bleeding me financially and emotionally. I realized I no longer wanted to work for mortgages, cars, healthcare..."
Two months later, Donn was unloading five dogs and four bags of luggage into a three-story house she rented for $450 a month in Cuenca.
"I was only 59 years old," Donna says, but now "when I sit on my front porch, I have to pinch myself to make sure I'm not dreaming. I have landed firmly on my feet."
Today, she says, there is "enough monthly income to live an upper-middle class lifestyle. And while money isn't everything, having enough money to live on makes a huge difference in quality of life."
The goal, Donna says, was to fashion a life where she could live comfortably on a limited income. And that's exactly what she's done.
In a moment, I'll share a typical monthly budget for a couple living in Cuenca. It's the most popular destination in Ecuador for expats... a city that offers all the modern amenities and cultural activities you might want. But first...
Why Would You Want to Choose Ecuador?
With sophisticated historical cities, miles of unspoiled sun-kissed beaches, fertile farmland, and temperate mountain hideaways, Ecuador has it all:
For these reasons and more, a growing number of expats is now calling Ecuador home. It may just be the "find of the century," they say, for anyone who wants to live life like it's meant to be lived... fresh air and a perfect climate, deliciously healthy food, and the warmest, kindest, most generous people as neighbors.
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If you've read this far, I've got a feeling that you may have something in common with Jim and Rita Santos or Donna Stiteler or even with Joel Kaplan who moved to Ecuador with his wife, daughter, and young granddaughter to experience a "true foreign culture immersion."
Moving overseas isn't without challenges—and this conference will help you prepare for all the details. You'll walk away with a clear idea of how best to prepare for your move, and you'll have met and have contact details for the best resources to help you make it happen.
Here's what one of your fellow readers said about our Ecuador conference: "The sessions were incredibly helpful! I believe that any questions I had were answered... and now I know whom to call if I get serious about living in Ecuador."
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There are so many benefits to living in Ecuador, in fact, that I certainly can't go into all of them here. The low cost of living isn't the number one reason most expats in Ecuador give for living there. To a person, they credit the sweetness and kindness of the Ecuadorian people themselves.
"Ecuadorians are about the nicest people you'll find, says an expat friend who lives in the small charming village of Vilcabamba, "We live on a dirt road amongst the locals. They are some of the wealthiest people I know... they just don't have a lot of money, but they always have time to say hello."
Of course, many expats say the low cost of living is a huge benefit. Full-course meals (soup, an entrée of chicken or beef served with salad and rice, and dessert) for $3 or less—and that's with a fresh juice included! And with $3 haircuts, $1 beers, 25-cent bus rides, and $20 doctor's visits, why would anyone want to live anywhere else?
And if you're worried that you'll miss your family and friends when you move to Ecuador, remember that with the money you save you can afford to go back for frequent visits... not to mention the low cost of hosting your visitors in Ecuador.
Vilcabamba—the Valley of Longevity—is one of Ecuador's healthiest and most peaceful places to live.
As one expat says, he and his wife expect to see their grandkids more because they've lowered their monthly expenses and they're no longer tied to jobs.
"If we were still working in the U.S.," he says, "we'd have three or four weeks of vacation a year and hope we had enough money to visit. Plus, our two children live in different states, so there's no way we could live near both of them simultaneously. Therefore some form of travel would always be necessary even if we still lived in the U.S."
So What Is The True Cost of Living in Ecuador? Here's the Tale of the Tape...
Of all the places in the world International Living covers, Ecuador ranks as one of the best values, hands down.
Your cost of living will depend on your personal needs, of course. If you buy imported goods at the upscale supermarkets, for instance, you'll spend more than if you shop at the farmer's markets. If you enjoy fine wines and spirits, you'll certainly spend more than someone who abstains from alcohol. And if you live at the beach, you'll probably want air conditioning for part of the year whereas in the highlands you won't need either heat or air conditioning.
Just to give you an idea, here is an average monthly budget for a couple living in Cuenca, one of Ecuador's largest cities:
|Rent (for a 3-bedroom / 3-bath apartment) :||$500|
|Groceries:||$450 (includes alcohol)|
|Transportation:||$40 (buses and taxis)|
|Housekeeper:||$75 (once a week)|
Use this budget chart as a guideline. Your expenses may be more... or less... depending on your lifestyle requirements. For example, if you have a car (most expats in Ecuador choose not to), you'll have maintenance and fuel costs. You may want to join a health club or travel often.
It's possible your actual budget may be even less than what's shown here—some landlords include internet and phone in the rent. You may not need DirectTV. Your grocery and dining out expenses may be less. A good rule of thumb is to budget about one-third to one-quarter of what you spend at home.
"Sure," says International Living editor Suzan Haskins, "I know people who are doing that—mostly in small towns where costs are lower. But most expats spend a bit more." In an informal survey of expats in Cuenca not too long ago, the average monthly budget per couple comes in at about $1,500—and that includes rent. If you have more income than that, you'll live very well in Ecuador!
By the way, for a health plan, many expat couples of retirement age in Ecuador opt for coverage through Ecuador's social security system IESS, pay as little as $70 to $80 a month per person for this coverage. A hospital- or network-based private insurance policy can also be purchased and some expats that go this route report that they spend as little as $250 a month, total, for a couple.
So what should you budget for rent? In small towns like Vilcabamba, Cotacachi, or coastal Crucita, small furnished rentals start at about $250 a month. Larger homes and apartments will cost more. In Cuenca and more populated coastal locations such as Salinas, most expats report they spend $400 and up for a long-term furnished rental, with the average being about $450 to $500.
Why are costs so low in Ecuador? Good question. Maybe the answer is that in Ecuador, goods and services cost what they should cost—and they're overpriced elsewhere in the world.
Labor costs are low, too—the minimum wage in Ecuador for 2019 is $394 a month. That helps keeps all costs low, and it's why things like household help, lawn care, hair care and so on are so low. An hour-long massage: $30. A woman's haircut and style or manicure: $6. (More in upscale salons.)
And food in Ecuador commonly comes straight from the producer... fresh fruits and vegetables are plentiful and inexpensive, although you'll pay more for fancy imported packaged items that you can get in the country's modern supermarkets.
Ecuador's mercados are filled with fresh produce—fill up your shopping bag for $10 or less.
Also, Ecuador is an oil-producing country, so gasoline and transportation costs are low. Vehicle gas is about $1.85 a gallon ($1.05 for diesel). A taxi ride in Quito or Cuenca typically costs no more than $5 anywhere in town.
For now, the government subsidizes propane costs, and a 14-lb. tank to heat your stove and water for a month costs just $3.50. (That's delivered to your door—it's $1.60 if you fetch it yourself.) Those prices are expected to slowly creep upwards in the coming years... but not by too much.
What about property taxes? Those are low, too.
Joel and Kathy Kaplan's home in Cotacachi consists of more than 1.25 acres in land and three homes—a 1,500-sq.-ft. two-bedroom home, a one-bedroom casita, and a small studio casita. Their property taxes are just $250 a year.
As you can see, it's easy to live affordably in Ecuador.
If you think about it... the average U.S. Social Security check for a retired worker is now about $1,461 a month. In Ecuador, that amount goes a long way toward covering your monthly expenses. If your spouse has a similar income, you may find yourselves with something left over each month.
By the way, Ecuador's official currency is the U.S. dollar - so you needn't worry about complicated currency calculations or exchange risks.
And real estate costs? They're among the lowest we've found anywhere in the world.
Beach Condos for $50,000... City Condos for $90,000... And a Four-Bedroom Mountain Hideaway for $85,000...
It's always best to rent before you buy. That's the best way to find out if a city or town is right for your lifestyle. But if and when you do decide to buy a home in Ecuador, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the prices.
Imagine... a brand-new two-bedroom/two-bath condo—with city views—for less than $90,000. A new hacienda-style home in the mountains for less than $140,000. A two-bedroom condo with views of the blue Pacific... just $99,000...
You can certainly pay more, but these aren't just the lowest prices... these are typical prices!
Briefly, here's what to expect when it comes to bargain real estate prices...
In any of the destinations we'll introduce you to in the Fast Track Ecuador Package, you should be able to find a comfortable two-bedroom rental for $350 to $500... maybe less—and that likely will be fully furnished.
Important Note: In Ecuador, foreigners are afforded all the rights of citizens when it comes to property ownership. Still, things are done a bit differently than they are at home. You need to understand the intricacies of property ownership in Ecuador and know who to turn to for legal help in order to safeguard your investments.
Cuenca: One of the Top Retirement
Destinations in the World
About 275 miles south of Quito in the Andes, Cuenca is Ecuador's third-largest city, but its central historic district feels more like a small, charming old-world town, with tidy plazas, ancient churches, and cobblestone streets lined with tall colonial-era adobe-walled buildings transformed into small hotels, restaurants, and shops. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999.
But this city offers more than just aesthetic beauty...
Cuenca's historic downtown is getting a facelift as part of the city's emphasis on improving the tourist experience. The San Francisco market has already been updated, and the famous flower market has been expanded. The new tram is up and running, connecting the airport to the city's popular tourist destinations.
And Cuenca real estate prices? You'll be happy to know that even in Cuenca—the most desirable city in Ecuador for retirees—you can find bargain prices:
Still Not Sure Ecuador is Right For You? Here Are Two Critically Important Incentives: Low Health Care Costs And Political Stability.
In Ecuador's bigger cities, you'll find hospitals with state-of-the-art equipment, as well as specialists in all fields and physicians with private clinics. A visit to the doctor's office can cost just $25, with the fee to see a specialist costing as little as $35 to $40. (Smaller towns also have hospitals, but just as in the U.S. they aren't always outfitted with the latest technology.)
Name-brand medicines are typically much cheaper than in the U.S. Generics can cost a fraction as much and availability is good. One expat we know tells us that one monthly medication he needs costs more than $60 in the U.S. and less than $30 in Ecuador. In another case, a month's supply of a general blood pressure medication, for example, costs about $45 in the U.S. and less than $10 in Ecuador.
Dental work performed by highly skilled doctors is also widely available and inexpensive. Partial plates, for instance, can cost as little as $325, and a complete set of dentures as low as $900—including office visits, fittings, impressions, and lab work. In many dental offices, a cleaning is $30 or less while a filling costs $30.
And don't be afraid to have surgery here. Many specialists in Ecuador have trained in Europe or the U.S. and have top-notch skills—and costs can be one-fifth to one-tenth what you'd likely pay in the U.S.
Health insurance, too, is a bargain in Ecuador—a tiny fraction of what you'd pay in the U.S. Many foreign residents have chosen to join Ecuador's Social Security system. If you're of retirement age, a couple could pay less than $100 a month for this. You can also purchase an affordable private policy. In some cases, you won't pay more than $125 a month per person for a private policy!
What About Political Stability and Safety?
Ecuador is a peaceful country with a long-standing commitment to democracy. Traditionally a farming country, Ecuador's economy was transformed after the 1960s by the growth of industry and the discovery of oil. There was rapid growth and progress in health, education and housing that continues to this day.
By and large, the government gets high marks for infrastructure and commitments to social welfare.
As for safety, there are some "no-go" areas, primarily in jungle provinces, but overall—beyond typical petty theft—expats in Ecuador say they feel very safe.
As Jim Santos says, "I can honestly report that in all of that time, we have never felt unsafe or threatened in any way. Safety is a relative state of mind, but we actually feel safer—as in less stressed and more relaxed—in Ecuador than we do when visiting the U.S."
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To Discover the Real Ecuador, You Need Expert Guidance... and to Hear From People Like Yourself—Those Who Have Gone Before You.
Here are just a few of the people who make up our staff for this groundbreaking recordings package:
As special projects director and media spokesperson for International Living, no one is more qualified to talk about living overseas than Dan. He's traveled all over Latin America researching and writing about everything from deserted beaches to bustling world-class cities where life is good and costs are low. He and his wife, Suzan Haskins, are four-country expats and have lived full-time in Ecuador off and on over the past 18 years.
Born in Ireland, Margaret has spent her most of her adult life living outside her home country. She now resides in the Casco Viejo neighborhood of Panama City, Panama—and from there she travels extensively in here role as Managing Director for Pangaea, International Living's preferred real estate advertising partner. She's logged hundreds of thousands of miles scouting new properties, and new opportunities, off the beaten track.
Camila Moreno, legal counsel
Camila will bring you up to speed with the practical information you need to know if you're planning to retire, buy a property, or start up business. The firm she represents, Moreno di Donato, is one of the leading law firms in Ecuador when it comes to expat issues and more.
For nearly 40 years, Sandra—a native of Ecuador—has been working in the international shipping industry. She is your best resource for shipping your household goods, business supplies, pets, and more. She handles everything from import regulations, duties and taxes, to customs clearance, and unloading and unwrapping your goods at your home in Ecuador.
Winton is founder of the Barefoot Consultants, an international training and consulting company that helps clients make a living from anywhere in the world by tapping into their own skills and career experience. "By taking charge of their earning power, rather than waiting for governments, financial institutions and employers to 'right themselves,' the baby boomer generation now has the power and access to put their skills and abilities on the global market regardless of where they live or work now," he says.
Julieta is a born-and-raised Ecuadorian. As owner of Nuevo Mundo Expeditions, her family is one of the country's best-known when it comes to the travel and hospitality industry. Julieta will introduce you to Ecuador's best destinations... the well-known and the little-known...and she'll explain how to get there, where to stay, what to see, what to pay, and more.
As a writer/editor for International Living for more than a dozen years now, Suzan has traveled extensively in Latin America, searching for the world's best and most affordable lifestyle opportunities. She has lived in Quito, Ecuador; Lake Chapala, San Miguel de Allende, Merida, Mexico; Panama City, Panama; and San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. In Ecuador, she lived most recently in Cotacachi with her husband, Dan Prescher. Her presentation is all about the challenges and rewards of the expat life in Ecuador and beyond.
In 2014, Donna gave up her high-stress job in Florida and moved to Cuenca, Ecuador. There, she organized a women's group that raises funds for spay neuter programs, she teaches memoir writing to expats, she blogs about travel destinations, especially within Ecuador, and she wears the hat of International Living's Ecuador correspondent. She lives in a beautiful hacienda overlooking the Andes mountains.
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Ecuador's neighbor to the north, Colombia, is another very popular retirement spot. And in the Fast Track Ecuador Package, you'll discover why, if Ecuador appeals to you, you might also want to take a look at Colombia.
Nancy Kiernan will be on hand to speak to you about Colombia.
In 2012, after a four-month adventure through Central and South America, Nancy left her role as CEO of a large private medical practice in Maine to retire to Medellin, Colombia. There, she teaches English to business executives, is co-owner of a small travel agency that specializes in cruises and introducing North Americans to Colombia, and serves as International Living's Colombia correspondent.
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This information is worth its weight in gold. Just think about it. How much would you pay to travel about Ecuador on your own, arranging appointments with legal experts, real estate professional, tax specialists, and expats who've been there, done that? But don't worry—you don't have to do this on your own, we've done the heavy lifting for you. All these experts will answers your questions in your 2019 Fast Track Ecuador Package.
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International Living is the undeniable expert when it comes to digging deep into all Ecuador has to offer. For more than 40 years we’ve been doing the in-depth research... sending our writers and editors to every corner of the country to uncover the very best destinations for retiring, starting a business, raising a family, and more.
In the decades that we’ve been researching and writing about Ecuador, we’ve collected a rolodex of the most reliable, trustworthy, and best-informed professionals—and they’ll all be on hand to offer you their insights and help you successfully streamline your own move to Ecuador.
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Get started with the International Living Fast Track Ecuador Package and you'll discover all sides of Ecuador from the lush green mountains to the dazzling beaches and everything in between. And you'll see how you can enjoy a very comfortable way of life, no matter your income.
Think about it. If you gather this information on your own, you'll spend thousands of dollars, and months of your time. Knock on doors, search the internet, sit in lawyers' offices, and hang out with real estate agents, it will be impossible to assemble the body of knowledge and contacts that we've pulled together for this package.
Frankly, this 2019 Fast Track Ecuador Package is a good investment of time and money for anyone who's considering making a life in Ecuador...well worth every penny.
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Reserve the 2019 Fast Track Ecuador Package and we'll send you via email one of the most valuable reports about Ecuador we've ever developed.
This special up-to-date report—The Five Top Ecuador Destinations Where You Can Live Better for Less—was created specifically to deliver actionable information and real examples about life in Ecuador. You already know that Ecuador is one of the best retirement destinations in Latin America...the most affordable overall and with some of the lowest real estate prices. But there are many communities to choose from, and unless you have unlimited funds you'll want to know as much as possible about each of them.
In this special report you'll discover more about some of the locations we've discussed here...the best highlands destinations: Quito, Cuenca, Vilcabamba, Cotacachi, and the Pacific Coast resort town of Salinas, along with a few more beach towns that may strike your fancy.
Why is this so important?
Because before even getting on a plane for Ecuador, you'll have studied each of the geographic areas, along with property examples and budgets for different lifestyles.
This valuable report is not offered for sale anywhere. It is only available to attendees of the Fast Track Ecuador Conference and to you when you order the 2019 Fast Track Ecuador Package.
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The important information, the secrets and briefings, are captured in the 2019 Fast Track Ecuador Package and we want to make it as accessible as possible for you, which is why we’ve priced it at a very reasonable $349.
To sweeten the deal, we're throwing in a $100 voucher toward any upcoming International Living conference. Use it to attend next year's live program in Ecuador or any future conference you may be interested in. There is no expiration date on this voucher.
The price includes:
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