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Health insurance: USA retirees in Spain

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Forgive me if this type of question keeps reappearing. Partner and I will be retiring in our 50's in a couple of years. We have decent savings and a decent pension. As for many early retirees, the big concern is healthcare. We are interested in moving to Spain, possibly Mallorca, and want to know if a health plan there would be more affordable than one in the USA. Also, I understand that the Spanish government allows Americans with proof of income who buy property to live there year round. True? Any advice or opinions would be appreciated!

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