Latin American investments grow in attractiveness as liquidity grows in importance with the US real estate market in the doldrums, the US economy in recession and global stock markets on the way down.
So this Ecuador Living reader asked a good question:
“Hi Gary , I really appreciate the no-fluff, candid information and advice you provide your readers; and your wisdom about global markets. Here’s a question that I suspect at least some of your other readers would probably be interested in as well…
“How do you think the current liquidity situation in the housing market will affect house prices in Ecuador and other Latin American countries?
“Will the decreased liquidity cause less money to be available for people to buy houses in those countries? Or will the lower prices in those countries continue to
attract more purchasers from the States (and thus increase prices)? Or will these 2 factors at least somewhat offset each other? Thanks for your insight! Tom”
Then join me in Ecuador this winter.
See the leather markets in Cotacachi.
Enjoy our courtyard companionship at our hotel as we talk about economies and markets during meals and at breaks.
See the view from this nhouse for sale…unless its gone by the time you arrive.
Stay in this room during the coastal tour.
If you attend all three courses separately the fees are $1,847. Sign up for all three at only $1,499 here. Save $348. Three course savings.
Three courses for two separately are $2,597. Two on our three course adventure is only $1,999. Save $598. Three courses savings for two.
Here is Merri and me with delgates at our last Spansih course taking Indigenous dancing lessons.
Here is a group at a previous shamanic tour preparing to depart for a ceremony on Lake Cuicocha