agree, third world country retirement is for the fewbrunes wrote: ↑ So, here is a perfect example of what I am talking about RE "why would you retire in a third world country, just move somewhere lower cost in Canada" - plots of land in NB for $1. Cost to build is probably around $150K property taxes next to nothing.
https://beta.ctvnews.ca/national/canada ... 8.amp.html
McAdam is about 1 hour from several cities both in Canada and the US, which have direct cheap flights to Toronto and Boston. You could fly back and forth to Toronto every weekend with what is being saved on housing.
Why on earth anyone would think about retiring in a third world country with all the risk, stress, and issues that would entail is beyond me.
there must be other places in the snow belt of Canada that has low cost properties?
anyone on this, especially where there are $150k or less decent livable properties that can be found within safe communities with amenities that has less snow & cold than Southern Ontario or the Maritimes?