Top 3 Places for Expats Who Want to Move to Mexico


By Banderas News

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – It becomes almost everyone’s dream at some point or another, packing everything up and moving to Mexico to spoil yourself on a beach and live a kicked-back lifestyle with your feet in the sand and a consistent need for sunglasses.

We’ve put together a short list of the places we think are the best cities for expats who are interested in owning a home in Mexico:

Tulum: Previously just a tiny little village with fish shacks and little homes, this Mexican Caribbean paradise has exploded into a dream. There isn’t much to complain about when you’ve got the Great Mayan Reef right off shore for your snorkeling and scuba diving enjoyment, as well as plenty of ancient Mayan ruins and white sandy beaches as far as you can see.

Puerto Vallarta: One of the most popular Mexican beach towns since before the 1960s, Vallarta is known for its incredible ocean views and immense diversity in terms of things to do around the city. Here you will find everything from aquatic sports, hiking, mountain biking, yoga communities, and much more. It’s definitely a perfect place to live if you’re looking to lead a healthy and active lifestyle.

San Miguel de Allende: Maybe the beach isn’t exactly what you’re looking for. In that case, San Miguel de Allende is a gem you won’t want to miss. Many expats believe it’s the best place to live abroad in a colonial city. Food, shopping, architecture, and lots of friendly people make for a fantastic place to live in Mexico.

Here at MEXLend we are the most experienced mortgage brokers in Mexico. We provide residential loans for people who are buying a home in Mexico almost every day, and have the only US dollar loan available in the whole country.


One thought on “Top 3 Places for Expats Who Want to Move to Mexico

  1. These mortgage broker recommendations focus on relatively-expensive real estate “hot markets” and overlook the two more affordable locations with more expats than anywhere else in Mexico – Lake Chapala and the northern Baja peninsula. Whatever your interests, be sure to visit and rent for a few months before deciding where to relocate. And get LOTS of reliable info from people who have made the move to Mexico. Authoritative info on cost of living, health care, crime, and real estate risks are in appendix of “I Love Baja!” on Amazon

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