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10 Cheapest Places to Live Overseas

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If you’ve ever wondered how it’s like to move and start a new life somewhere overseas, this is the list for you – 10 cheapest places to live overseas. It can have a tremendous impact on your quality of life, your personality, and the well-being. Several factors scare people who consider moving overseas – the language barriers, the new environment, and of course, one of the most influential ones, the money.

 

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We talked about 10 cheapest countries to live in the world before, and today we speak of those opportunities even further. We will discuss the particular places in countries that are already proven to be among the cheapest to live. When choosing to retire overseas, you’ll get to enjoy more for the less money in these places – when you get over the stress of moving to live in a new, exotic environment.

To rank the places today, we’ve considered many different websites that write about living overseas, including Everything Overseas and Live And Invest Overseas. We gathered as much information about the costs that we could find, and calculated the average monthly costs in order to create the final ranking of cheapest countries to live overseas. We must state that countries can have both cheap and expensive places to live in, depending on the structure and quality of life in those places. Several factors influence the quality of life, such as the prices of rent, gas, electricity and telephone, costs of an average meal in the restaurant, groceries and purchasing power of the local population. The average price is further influenced by the monetary unit power as well; the calculations brought us to the final ranking metrics that are shown in approximate monthly expenses.

Let’s see which are the 10 cheapest places to live overseas, so you can consider them when you’re on the search for your new destination.

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