How To Move To Belize In 2021 And Work Remotely
Telecommuting has been around for a while. Back in the 1990s, some high-tech firms let people work from home. However, most employers were reluctant to jump on the bandwagon. Those that did still required workers to come into the office at least a few days a week. Thanks to Covid-19 the situation has changed. Companies were forced to allow employees to work from home during the pandemic, and many have discovered there are benefits to this arrangement.
Now its possible for an increasing number of Americans to work from home. Technology has advanced so that there are many options to virtually connect – there is a business version of Skype now, for example, as well as products designed for virtual meetings such as GoToMeeting, Zoom and RingCentral. Accountants, IT professionals, programmers, financial analysts, and writers have discovered they can work from home without any loss of productivity or decline in output quality.
While many will use these new opportunities to remain in their current communities, others long for a different lifestyle. Some are looking at moving to places like Belize, where they can enjoy moderate temperatures and a low cost of living coupled with a high quality of life. For less than $2000 a month, Americans can live the life of their dreams in this Central American nation. They can work outdoors on their patio year-round, surrounded by great natural beauty. When not working, they can enjoy the many attractions the country has to offer, from diving to farmers’ markets to live music.
Entry requirements are simple for Americans. Only a passport is required for the first 30 days and work permits are easy to apply for. Since the official language is English, it makes it easier for Americans to fill out the necessary paperwork and the fees are reasonable. The country also has some of the best high-speed internet access in the region, an important criterion for those choosing to work here. It is also just a short flight from the United States, so its easy for expats to visit family and friends.
Finally, foreigners are able to buy property in Belize. For those looking to move here for work, Carmelita Gardens is one of the best places to consider.
Located in the Cayo District of Belize, it’s a self-sufficient community where residents can enjoy a high-quality life completely “off-grid”. The property uses solar power and rainwater catchment systems as well as having organic gardens and a variety of artisans. Nearby are many of the top attractions of Belize, including the beautiful rainforest.
Carmelita Gardens is a great place where expats can escape the winter while still earning a living. It’s also a wonderful place to retire or have a second home.
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