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Expat Tips for a Great Life in Mexico

Nov 2, 2017 | Posted by in Destinations, Real Estate | 0
Great Life in Mexico

Coping with the uncertainties of settling into a new country can be daunting. A new job opportunity or a radical life change is one of the most fulfilling things to do, but there are challenges to overcome. It will sometimes take many weeks or even months before you can finally say that you have settled in well. As an expatRead more …

Retiring Abroad

Oct 20, 2017 | Posted by in Destinations, Real Estate | 0
Best Place in the World to Retire

When you begin to approach retirement age it is perfectly natural to begin to consider how and where you’re going to enjoy your Golden Years. Will you stay in your hometown, or move closer to family? Or will you go away to some sunny locale where you can sip margaritas on a beach all day, retiring abroad? This is yourRead more …

How safe is it to drink the tap water?

Aug 28, 2017 | Posted by in Destinations | 0
How safe is it to drink the tap water

Tap water in Mexico may vary from being safe to drink to being unfit even for simple cleaning requirements like brushing your teeth or bathing. The difference lies on where the tap water originates from. There are good public water systems found in cities and towns and some people living in Mexico are content drinking safe water from their tap.Read more …

Baby Boomers Moving to Mexico

May 22, 2017 | Posted by in Destinations, Real Estate | 0
Baby Boomers Moving to Mexico

As you most probably are aware, babies that were born between the years 1946 and 1964 are commonly called ‘baby boomers’. People that were born after the second world war are now reaching retirement age and facing common concerns: what to do now that the children have grown and flown the nest and how to make retirement funds last. MovingRead more …

Mexico: Follow the Birds when Choosing a Second Home

May 9, 2017 | Posted by in Destinations, Real Estate | 0
Follow the Birds when Choosing a Second Home

Are you considering Mexico as your second home? You are not alone. Over 350 species of migratory birds spend some of their time in Mexico according to an article at www.vallartadaily.com. The primary reason for their migration is mating and food supplies, which is most probably quite different from your motivation for choosing a second home in Mexico, although theRead more …

Puerto Vallarta is Safe

May 2, 2017 | Posted by in Destinations, Real Estate | 0
Puerto Vallarta is Safe

While the safety of Puerto Vallarta, one of Mexico’s top beach destinations, has never been met with any doubt, it comes as a great compliment to the city that two recent surveys confirm that Puerto Vallarta is safe. Both the National Public Urban Security Survey (ENSU by its Spanish initials) and Municipal Tourism Directorate have released survey results that revealRead more …

Mexico is One of the Happiest Countries

Apr 26, 2017 | Posted by in Destinations | 0
Mexico is One of the Happiest Countries

Mexico is more than just beautiful beaches, delicious foods, and adventure, it is also classified as one of the happiest countries in the world! Therefore, it is not surprising that Mexico has become one of the most popular countries for retiring worldwide. The outdoors adventures, beaches, and delicious foods are just a few of the reasons that people come backRead more …

Mexico Tops the List of Being Best Place in the World to Retire

Apr 5, 2017 | Posted by in Destinations, Real Estate | 0
Best Place in the World to Retire

Mexico tops the list of being the best place in the world to retire for USA expats according to International Living. International Living is one of the top authorities that researches global retirement, releasing a range of statistics. The International Living rate on the cost of living, residence, getting visas, and the local climate all feature and are considered whenRead more …

Can you Import your Car to Mexico?

Mar 21, 2017 | Posted by in Destinations, Real Estate | 0
Can you Import your Car to Mexico

Public transportation and taxis abound in Mexico. While this is the case, you might want to consider bringing your own car along if you are planning to move to Mexico. Having your own form of personal transportation will make exploring the country easier. Nonetheless, after reading the following restrictions on importing your car to Mexico, you might find it easierRead more …

How to Survive Homesickness when Living Abroad in Mexico

Mar 16, 2017 | Posted by in Fractional Ownership, Real Estate | 0
Living Abroad in Mexico

Deciding to move abroad can be a great decision but with it might come the challenge of how to cope with homesickness now that you are going to live away from your children or from your ageing parents. If the idea of having to deal with homesickness is keeping you from moving to Mexico, take a look at the followingRead more …