Want to Improve Your Quality of Life? Move to Central America
NEW YORK (TheStreet) — A sizeable number of U.S. citizens have moved to Central America.
Estimates from the United Nations Population Division in mid-2013 showed 13,000 Americans living in Costa Rica, 12,000 in Panama, 4,000 in Nicaragua and 3,000 in Belize.
Costa Rica has long been attractive destination for U.S. retirees, but the latter three countries have become increasingly popular in recent years and often turn up on lists of the best places to retire abroad, such as this one from AARP.