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April 1, 2024
Why Not Retire in Mexico?
The weather, low cost of living, friendly and welcoming locals, and fantastic food are the top reasons people retire in Mexico. However, it isn’t without its challenges. Cultural differences...
March 26, 2024
Must Have Apps Living in Mexico
When you move to Mexico, you’ll be introduced to a new way of doing things. And with that territory even comes learning about new apps in Mexico that will...
March 24, 2024
La Paz- The AFFORDABLE Beach That Has IT ALL
Welcome to La Paz, the stunning capital city of Baja California Sur! In this guide, we’ll delve into various aspects of living in this coastal Mexican town. You’ll love...
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March 21, 2024
What Is the Safest Place to Retire in Mexico?
Mexico has long been an attractive option for retirees from the US and Canada, offering superb quality of life, low living costs, a near-perfect climate, and the cultural diversity...
March 19, 2024
Bringing Pets to Mexico- Step By Step
Pets are our family members, and many of you will likely plan your move to Mexico around your furry friends comfort. With this quick guide, I hope to help...
March 18, 2024
Living His Best Life in La Paz, Mexico on $2,500 a Month
Brad moved to La Paz, Baja California Sur, after retiring in the U.S. in search of his next home. His original plan was to scout several cities across Mexico...
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March 14, 2024
Most Affordable Beach Towns in Mexico to Retire
Mexico is a superb destination if you dream of a peaceful retirement close to gorgeous beaches and clean ocean waters in a warm climate where you can make your...
March 13, 2024
The Complete Guide to Mexican Resident Visa (Temporary and Permanent Residency)
Obtaining your Mexican Resident Visa is not as easy as some think. We know how hard it can be to navigate Mexican bureaucracy. And if you don’t understand perfect...
March 9, 2024
Where to Retire in Mexico on Social Security
If you comply with the visa and residency requirements, it is absolutely possible to retire to Mexico and continue receiving social security payments. Most expats qualify for a residency...