In 2018 Mexico City, Yucatán, Puebla and Querétaro, were some of the states preferred by Mexicans to live, according to Roomgo.
This last year, although Mexico City continues to be the most popular among users of flatsharing communities, the search shows that its percentage of growth has slowed compared to other cities.
In this regard, the firm Roomgo referred through a statement that the country’s capital registered just 11.08 percent growth, below the national average, according to figures from the same platform.
He explained that 2018 meant an increase of 21 percent of people looking for places to live, but this increase came with a change in search trends, as they moved from Mexico City and increased their activity in places such as Mérida, Querétaro or Guanajuato.
According to Roomgo, the city of Mérida, Yucatán is among the places with the highest quality of life, the report “The most livable cities of Mexico 2018”, states that Mérida is number one when it comes to searches on their website.
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