Retiring in Mexico is a great way to ensure you can live the retirement lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of. Why? Because living in Mexico is more affordable now than it’s ever been.
According to a recent article in the Huffington Post, the monthly budget for a retired couple living a very comfortable lifestyle can be as little as $1,800 USD. This includes a very comfortable two-bedroom home, all utilities, groceries, entertainment, and even cleaning help.
The exchange rate from the USD dollar to the Mexican peso not only makes buying property in Mexico a really affordable option, but it makes living an extremely comfortable life of retirement very easily achievable.
There are all kinds of amenities to be found in most of the cities in Mexico –incredible cuisine at very low prices; in many instances English speaking business owners; high-quality health care almost always very nearby; and all kinds of modern entertainment, including movies that are often shown in English, and all kinds of museums.
Another great thing about retiring in Mexico is the fact that the US and Canada are right next door. It’s very affordable to book flights back for frequent visits — this is one reason why there are more Canadian and American expats living in Mexico than in any other place in the world.
Of course, living in another country will always have its challenges. Adapting to a new culture, learning a new language, and getting used to the way things work outside of Western culture is always a very demanding task — but it’s just as rewarding.
MEXLend can provide home loans for residential properties all over the country. We are very skilled and extremely efficient in making sure that we find exactly what you’re looking for in a Mexico retirement home!
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