8 Places where you can live inexpensively with ease

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Money is something everyone wants more of so that they can live a life of leisure. People also want to roam around the world and also settle in someplace after they retire. However many foreign countries are so expensive to live that it is only a dream of people to even visit such places. We bring to you 8 inexpensive places to live under $2,000.

1Granada, Nicaragua

Nicaragua is a low cost living country in Central America with its own problems with government and poverty, but it sure has some beautiful places to live forever. One of such places is Granada and its beautiful scenery and architecture makes it popular amongst expatriate communities to settle down. If you can buy your own home and invest a little, you can easily live for under $1,000 a month despite spending on food, groceries and enjoy local things.

Granada, Nicaragua

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2Campeche, Mexico

Mexico is a country that is rich in history and culture and is one of the best places to live in despite the crime rate in the country. Campeche is a wonderful city to live in and is one of the safest cities in Mexico, rent on a three bedroom house starts at just $500 a month. Food and utilities are inexpensive and with all the touristy stuff, eating out and other things, will let you live with just $1,500 a month.

Campeche, Mexico

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3Penang, Malaysia

Malaysia and especially Penang city is one of the best cities to choose to live. The cost of living in the city is very reasonable as rent is good, utilities are cheap and food is wonderful. Even housekeeping duties are just $60 per month. Healthcare is world class and you have lots of history and culture to explore for easily under $2,000 a month.

Penang, Malaysia

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4Sihanoukville, Cambodia

Cambodia is known for its history and for being a very inexpensive tourist place for many foreigners. But one of its small towns by the name of Sihanoukville is one of the best and cheapest places to live in. The beautiful town is situated near the sea and you can rent a house for $500 a month along with electricity. The cost of gas, groceries, eating out and automobiles are less expensive than big cities and Sihanoukville is the best beach heaven you need to take a look at for living.

Sihanoukville, Cambodia

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5Corozal, Belize

Caribbean island of Belize is obviously a beautiful place to live in and its city of Corozal is perfect to spend your life in that country. Rents come to around $400 a month and restaurants are very inexpensive with lunch and dinner coming to $6 a piece. You can easily live under $1,300 easily as it is an English speaking place and a paradise.

Corozal, Belize

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6Davao City, Philippines

Davao city in Philippines is one of the few affordable places to live in the country. It has an airport, best in class healthcare and one of the safest places in the country. Where Manila is a very expensive city to live, Davao City is inexpensive. It is an urban area with all the facilities you require at a very affordable price and you can live a good life for around or under $2,000.

Davao City, Philippines

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7Sucre, Bolivia

In South America, Bolivia is one of the serene and calmest countries to live in and Sucre is the city you want to live. With a population of 200,000, it is a big, urban city and a person can live easily for $1,500 a month. You get 3 pounds of tomatoes for a dollar and more delicious food for just a few bucks and the temperature is perfect round the year as the city is near Andes Mountain range.

Sucre, Bolivia

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8Chapala, Mexico

Chapala in Mexico is situated near the Chapala lake and it is a great place for expatriates to live. Chapala has low rents for accommodation, lots of water exercise facilities and live for a king under $2000 a month. It is an excellent shopping place, inexpensive utilities and amenities that all can afford.

Chapala, Mexico

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