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By Howard Rich

The word from Zogby Polling out of Utica, NY, confirms what many savvy real estate investors have suspected all along: millions of Americans are now prepared to move offshore. And many are already packing their bags.
They want to live more cheaply, with lower taxes; more securely, with less government intrusion. On top of that, they want to return to a gentler, simpler time, when adults didn’t have to work two or three jobs just to make ends meet, and kids were free to live “Sunshine, Lollipop” lives.

If that sounds like Shangri La, you’re looking a little too far over the horizon. The fact is, tens of thousands of Americans have already found a good life at a great price in the Caribbean, especially on the islands. For them, it’s very much like a trip back through time.
The Rich Report August 2008
ONI president Carter Clews, calls it “Mayberry by the beach.” And according to Zogby, that fact isn’t lost on the American people. Zogby’s survey, with more than 115,000 respondents, showed why the smart money is moving offshore – in anticipation of a massive market that is soon to arrive (and please keep in mind, the figures below represent households, not just individuals – so you can multiply the numbers by about 2.5):

Fact: 1.6 million U.S. households have firmly decided to move offshore and are already moving forward with their preparations.

Fact: 1.8 million U.S. households are “seriously considering” moving offshore and are likely to do so.

Fact: 7.7 million U.S. households are “somewhat seriously” considering moving offshore and “may” do it.

Fact: In addition, nearly 3 million U.S. households are “seriously considering” buying a vacation home or other property offshore; another 10 million are “somewhat” serious about doing so.

So, the only question left for serious investors Are you prepared to beat the rush and profit from the boom when the new emigrants wade ashore? If your answer is “Yes,” then let me take it a step further and suggest where my investor’s intuition tells me the coming swarm is going to nest first. Actually, it doesn’t take much imagination.

The Rich Report August 2008
The picturesque, pristine islands of the Caribbean are being discovered by European and North American investors, retirees, and – yes – emigrants faster than teens discover text messaging. And with Zogby’s three-million-plus U.S.households ready to move, or “seriously considering” it, these enticing islands in the stream are very likely to fill up fast.

Let me give you three prime examples of stunning tropical islands, all in the West Caribbean, that I consider – right now – to be the best investments in Latin America. And that’s saying something.

I’ll tell you where the islands are, as well as why I believe your investment could yield an exponential return. And I’ll even guide you to some of the premier locations where, as of this writing, you can still get in at what I consider a bargain price. From there, it’s up to you. Fair enough?

All right, then, let’s get started before the tide – and the prices – rise.

Ambergris Caye – This tropical paradise is probably the best known of the lot. It’s part of Belize; right off it’s northeast coast. And it achieved celebrity status when Madonna deemed it La Isla Bonita:

"I want to be where the sun warms the sky/When its time for siesta you can watch them go by/Beautiful faces, no cares in this world/Where a girl loves a boy, and a boy loves a girl"

All right, it’s not great poetry. But, in this case at least, the “Material Girl” knows of what she sings. Titanic icon Leonardo di Caprio just snapped up a nearby island for a hefty $10 million. Waterfront property prices on Ambergris Caye have nearly doubled in the past three years. And according to the Wall Street Journal, the price of an average home in the San Pedro area of Ambergris has jumped 18.6% in one year alone.

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Tourism in Belize has skyrocketed – up 300% in the past five years – with Ambergris leading the way.

According to the Travel Channel, The word is out. Ambergris Caye is a tropical paradise, with swaying palm trees, long stretches of pristine beach and friendly people. Once a sleepy fishing village now turned into an exploding tourist spot. Go soon before it's too crowded!”

As the International Tribune reports, the island is “booming ...nice and quietly”

Still, a two-bedroom, waterfront condo on Ambergris typically sells for only $300,000 to $500,000 – compared to the $1-million price tags found on nearby St. Bart’s. So, bargain prices remain available. Though, they’re not likely to last long. Which makes it perfect for the serious investor.

Most importantly for Rich Report readers who may want to make a major move, there are still a few fairly large land tracts available on the Isla Bonita. But, with Belize booming the way it is, I don’t expect them to last long, so to hesitate may be to lose.

Island -- Let’s cut to the chase on this one: the Wall Street Journal calls Roatan Island “The Next Place in the Sun.” That’s in initial caps because that’s how WSJ headlined the story. The sub-head is equally as provocative:
“Honduras’s Roatan Island has palms, peace, blackouts – and big tourism projects".

I’d suggest you forget the blackouts – if the price of oil keeps escalating, we all may soon be groping around in the dark – and focus on the palms, the peace, and, especially, the tourism. I’m prepared to predict that Roatan will soon become the #1 island tourist attraction in the West Caribbean. And you may quote me on it.

In 1999, cruise lines brought 57,000 tourists to Roatan. By 2007, that number had jumped to nearly 240,000; an average of nearly 20,000 a month. And here’s what’s most important for savvy investors: the Honduras Ministry of Tourism estimates that 20% of those who visit Roatan return. Of those, an additional 20% buy property.

Recently, Royal Caribbean inked a deal to build a $30 million extension to is Roatan cruise terminal. Not to be outdone, Carnival is spending $50 million to build its own port of call, which it says will handle as many as 7,000 tourists daily when it opens in 2009.

I wish I could tell you that you could still get an acre of beachfront property on Roatan for as little as $20,000 like you could just a few short years ago. Today, you can multiply that times 10 – or more.

There are still, however, some opportunities for major investors in select areas on the west end of the island, around the West Bay areas. And the largely undeveloped eastern end of the island is still fairly wide open (though it has been “discovered” by at least one major resort hotel conglomerate). In short, even on Roatan, you can still get high-level returns on reasonably low investments in a relatively short time.

Isla Margarita – Let’s clear the air right from the start. For those not entirely familiar with Latin America, or South America to be more precise, Isla Margarita is part of Venezuela. Need I say more? Now, before you throw up your hands (or lunch), hear me out – because for offshore investors, large or small, there is a vitally important point to consider: Caribbean islands represent not only a separate landmass from their mother country; they often represent a separate way of life, as well.

And such is the case with Isla Margarita. The people of the island certainly feel the effects of Hugo Chavez’ behavior. But, with a firm commitment to stimulating tourism – and foreign investment -- they know that their bread is buttered from afar.
Bolstering this is the fact that the Nueva Esparta State, under which Isla Margarita falls, is firmly controlled by the opposition party. And Chavez is term-limited out in the next election.

If you accept the above proposition (and, clearly, you need to do your own research into the matter), here, in a nutshell, are the some of the real advantages Isla Margarita offers serious investors:

1.Isla Margarita attracted some 2.3 million visitors in 2007 – and according to the World Trade & Tourism Council is expected to enjoy a growth rate of 15% per annum in the years ahead.

2. The cost of living is remarkably low – as in $800 a month to live very comfortably, thank you -- with cheap food, gasoline, and housing; no value-added or local income taxes; and virtually no property taxes

3.Property prices on the island are on average 70% lower than on other Caribbean islands.

Frankly, it’s that last item that most strongly captures my attention as a serious investor. That, coupled with the fact that last year, according to the Latin Business Chronicle, the Isla Margarita economy grew at an astonishing 11.3%.

So, it could be well worth some risk capital. On the other hand, Bloomberg’s says Venezuela is facing what it calls an “inflation bomb.” And that makes it your call.

The Rich Report August  2008
On the whole, if you multiply out Zogby’s household figures, as many as 30 million Americans have decided to move offshore – or, at the very least, are “seriously considering” it – in the near future. Interestingly enough, that is not too very far from the number of Latinos now living in the U.S.

And so, we may well be at the inception of what some are already calling a “Population Inversion” in the Western Hemisphere. If so, it could transmogrify not only the cultures, but also the economies – and the economic opportunities - in every country affected.

And if the past is prologue, those who get in first will profit most from the oncoming Inversion.
Should that be the case, for savvy investors – i.e., for the “Rich Report Regulars” - the islands in the stream could soon be money in the bank. See you next month.



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BAHAMAS - $115,000
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ARUBA - $225,000
This wonderful family 3 bedroom, 2 bath home was completed in May, 2008. The lot (Private Property land), located in an up-scale residential neighborhood of Aruba, Wajaca Residence # 343, measures 616 Sq. Meters (6630 Sq. ft.) with over 145 Sq. Meters (1560 Sq. ft.) of covered living space. The house counts a master bedroom with it`s private full bath room, two guest/ kids rooms with an additional full bath room and laundry.
Turks and Caicos
Your own affordable fully furnished hideaway on beautiful Grand Turk; a quiet, undiscovered, tax free Caribbean island and a popular scuba diving destination, well off the beaten track, but only 90 minutes from Miami and enjoying one of the nicest climates in the Caribbean and the U.S. Dollar as the official currency. Tastefully furnished three bedroom, two bath home a stone’s throw from the beach - presently rented for US$1,600.00 per month. Recently renovated and complete with new electric stove, microwave, refrigerator, washer, dryer, two queen beds and two twin beds.
BAY ISLANDS - $165,500
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This stunning lot is, without a doubt, located on the most beautiful beach on Utila, one of the Bay Islands off the coast of Honduras. The lot is .476 acres with 100 feet (30.3m) of beach front and 219 feet (66.73m) deep. Because of it's size the covenants allow for the construction of one main home and two two bedroom, two bath guest cottages. In its July/August issue, Islands Magazine named Utila as one of the top 20 islands upon which to live. This impressive property has a beautiful coral reef right off shore for your snorkeling and diving pleasure.
Nicaragua Rare & Affordable Only 15 Miles South of Bluefields Port; 2 Miles Off of Mainland; Concrete Wall Work is Still in Place Existing Helicopter Pad Fresh Water Present Uniquely Protected "Marina Type" Bay; Mountainous Rock Terrain (great for use in concrete construction along w/free sand on mainland) World Class Fishing Area; Easy to Propagate Tropical Fruit.
GRENADA - $220,000

Mahogany Run is a little Village Mediterranean style, typically located in a way to allow Buildings at different levels and providing for such unique design. The condominiums complex gently slopes to the beach in seven different levels, they have different designs, some built in 2 floors, and some have private gardens. It was built using the finest grade materials with all the furniture and building material directly imported from Italy. The condos are self contained with Bedrooms, living room, kitchen fully equipped, A/C, a terrace and/or garden.
PANAMA ISLAND - $165,000
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• Live in an island paradise complete with lush green jungle ambience.
• Acreage includes two private docks with private cove.
• 25 minutes by boat to Bocas Town.
• Less than 5 minutes from grocery stores and famous Crawl Key restaurants.
• Beautiful coral reefs in your own front yard for snorkeling and diving.
• Sportfishing less than 10 minutes away.
• Famous Zapatilla Islands less than a ten minutes boat ride.
• Share your land with tropical birds, monkeys and sloths.
Property includes pineapple and coconut trees and a variety of other fauna.
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Seller of the two acres listed in the rainforest on St. Croix is motivated to sell! This property is listed at $110,000 - but $90,000 will take it! Gorgeous, gently rolling hills, lovely knoll top for building, wonderful mature trees, including fruit trees, make this a stellar purchase. Only 10 minutes from the best beaches in St. Croix, 15 minutes to the airport, and 5 minutes to one of St. Croix's best and most famous bars - The Domino Club. This is a nice, lush area with wonderful neighbors and huge appreciation potential.
DOMINICA - $ 42,000
A great property nestled in the valley of Despor. This land has fabulous mystical views of the Morne Trois Pitons. If you want to build in the country but have all the utilities at you fingertips this is the piece of property for you. It is very fertile, there are bananas, pineapples and coffee growing in abundance. Also, there is a prominent plateau that is elevated where one could build a dwelling house. The price of this listing is considered attractive. .87 ACRES
DOMINICA - US$ 75,000
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This property is in a really pretty area on the Atlantic side of the coast. Set off the main road, it is elevated with great views of the ocean, in tandem also with the mountains. There is always a breeze that keeps you as cool as the proverbial cucumber. This could be a good site for a home; the land is very fertile and anyone who chooses to live here could live a self sufficient life as there is a stream on the land plus all the utilities from the road. 3 ACRES
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MONTSERRAT - $270,000

Move in ready, two bedroom, two bath villa with both mountain and sea views situated on property to take advantage of trade winds and beautiful sunsets over the sea. In addition to the two bedrooms, the villa has a dining/living area, a library, large gallery surrounding the 23'x14' tiled pool on the first floor, downstairs has a laundry room with additional toilet , and a studio or workshop area. All have ceramic tile floors. The roof was re-shingled two years ago and all windows have new screens. The villa has much storage and closet space including additional storage area in the "pool room" under the pool. The property consists of three lots, together making up 1.07 acres.
This property of some 12,800 m/2 (approx 5 acres) size, at present contains a simple, but charming typical 3 bedroom RANCHO (local style architecture) 240m/2 of construction, on 2 levels, in the centre of the park. There is a Spa with 2 rock pools to enjoy our therapeutic mountain spring water, - also 2 Bathrooms, 3 Toilets, a Therapy or aux. Bedroom w. Shower, an outdoor Shower, & 2 Gazebo for tropical bird observation & wonderful ocean views. Also an 80,000 litre water-tank, filled from the same spring source, and a solar power installation of approx. 1kw/h. The 600W wind generator will be replaced.
Explore island nature in your own back yard on one of these spacious 10-acre lots. Cozumel Island Estates is a gated community only a mile away from the beach and 15 min from the town. The exotic privacy of these Island get-away lots is just the place for your family vacation home.
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Most people only dream of owning a beachfront property but here you can make it happen - 227 comfortable and stylish condominiums on 16 floors overlooking the Caribbean Sea and the spectacular beach in Juan Dolio, just minutes from the international airport. This location is ideal for water sports, championship golf and tennis. Residents also enjoy membership at the Metro Country Club.
July 2008
In government programs, there is what my good friend Bill Wilson, the executive editor of the award-winning publication The Daily Editorialist, calls a -Ratchet Effect-. In short, government programs only go in one direction from smaller to larger, from minutely invasive to totally pervasive. And that is the single greatest danger of the HEART Act. If President Bush signs it into law (and the reason the -exit tax- was buried in non-german legislation to help veterans was to force him to do so) and if it does not produce a maelstrom of protest from the investment community it is a significant escalation of the unbridled assault on -high net-worth individuals- who invest their money offshore. ---> Read More
June 2008
I`m going to start off this month`s column by saying something that may sound almost heretical to a lot of serious investors (that`s right, the very folks I write it for): Investing in offshore properties is something akin to a beauty contest. Now, before you take umbrage and turn away in indignation, allow me to add a corollary, if I may: Which is something equity investors do every time we pick a stock. And some do quite well, I might add. ---> Read More
May 2008
Over the past few decades, I have noticed that serious investors share two important traits. First, they reduce their risks by diversifying their portfolios. Serious investors go a step far further: they invest across the board - in Blue Chips and start-ups, at home and abroad. Secondly, they increase their rewards by anticipating trends. ---> Read More
April 2008
This is my first column for, so allow me to introduce myself. My name is Howard Rich. My friends call me Howie, and I hope that in the months ahead, you will come to do the same. I am a commercial real estate investor and have been for almost 40 years. Most of my success has been in Manhattan, though in recent years I have spread my investments throughout the U.S. ---> Read More
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