Buy Paradise will introduce you to some of “Mother Nature’s Best Kept Secret Locations” whose doors are open to all who dream of building a new future.


Why Are One Million Americans Moving to Mexico?

Over one million Americans have moved to Mexico either on a part time or full time basis. Buy Paradise is focused on the hottest market in Mexico….Los Cabos. Los Cabos is home to a magic land full of contrast.  From breathtaking seas, to desert and mountains, also known as “Land's End”.


Los Cabos is a short two-hour direct flight from many cities in the U.S. It’s very safe, stable and economically friendly. In fact Los Cabos was rated one of the safest cities in the world. Stores like Home Depot, Walmart, Costco, Staples and Starbucks have opened locations in the Cabo area and continue to do so. Healthcare in Los Cabos costs a quarter to a half of what you you’d pay in the U.S., for treatment by well-trained medical professionals in first class hospitals and clinics.


You’ll find plenty to do and see in Mexico, and the Mexican people, some of the friendliest folks around, will be happy to share it with you. No wonder more U.S. expats live in Mexico than in any other country in the world.


Beautiful English-Speaking Caribbean

Belize is quintessential Caribbean but with Maya roots.


Belize is famous for the lush, wild jungles of the Maya Mountains with their tumbling rivers, mysterious Maya ruins, and awe-inspiring rainforests.  It has the second largest barrier reef in the world just a few miles off it’s shores making for some of the best diving, fishing and “island hopping” anywhere on the planet. 


Belize offers many advantages. As a British Commonwealth country, English is the primary language, making it easy for expats to transition. This little country is also well known for its open-arms attitude toward expats who wish to become residents or to open a business.


Most expats who live in Belize today moved from the USA, Canada and Britain.


Right Now Could be the Best Time to Come to Panama...the Hub of the Americas

Some find Panama in search of adventure or a quality retirement destination, while others seek to take advantage of all Panama has to offer as a business destination. Panama’s cosmopolitan capital, Panama City, is the only true First World city in Central America. The beautifully maintained Pan-American Highway runs the breadth of the country, making travel easy. High-speed Internet and cell coverage are remarkable…as are the power, air, and water quality. Panama is also convenient because the currency is the U.S. dollar.


The people of Panama are beautiful, inside and out. Get to know them just a little and you’ll see they have big hearts and an even bigger zest for life. They’re welcoming to foreigners, who in turn feel safe here. Increasing numbers of North Americans, Europeans, and others are moving here and contributing to the burgeoning economy

Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s Last Boom Towns Could Make You Rich

Costa Rica is a beautiful country, with long stretches of deserted and undeveloped beaches…dense jungles teeming with exotic wildlife…towering volcanoes, lush green valleys, and hundreds of crystal-clear lakes and rivers…


The country offers a great climate year-round, neighborly atmosphere, no-hassle residence programs, excellent healthcare, a stable democracy, and safety and security. With welcoming locals who are warm and friendly to new foreign neighbors, Costa Rica has been an expat haven for more than 30 years.


Breathtaking Bahamas

The Bahamas comprise nearly 700 islands and about 2,400 exposed reefs, which extend for 760 miles from the northwest to southeast. The islands offer an escape from the daily grind of life and are rich in history.


Many consider the Bahamas as a true paradise - an upscale group of islands with some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The Bahamas are friendly to newcomers, there's no foreign language to cope with, crime is low, and the islands are positioned just 30 miles off the Florida coast making them extremely accessible.