Baby Boomer Retirement in Mexico
Talk about options and opportunity! This big, extraordinarily
diverse country offers two long coasts, mountains, and colonial
cities...not to mention Mayan ruins, jungle, rain forest, rivers,
and lakes (including our favorite, Lake Bacalar, in the Yucatan).
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Ajijic is home to the biggest and most established expatriate community in the world. You could retire here comfortably without learning Spanish and you could spend most of your time, if you choose, among fellow foreign retirees. Ajijic residents enjoy the comforts and conveniences of back home while living at a reduced cost and with great weather.
According to the International Living Magazine (AARP), the fantastic climate, an international English-speaking community, the tranquility of picturesque Mexican villages, the beauty of Lake Chapala and the Sierra Madre mountains, the friendly people, the inexpensive cost of living (including having a maid and gardener if you wish ) and the relatively inexpensive real estate market have made this area one of the most sought after places to retire in Mexico.
The Mexican government, through its FONATUR tourism development
agency, has a seriously sound track record developing little
stretches of this country's coast. All interested investors have to
do is to pay attention to where FONATUR is moving next to cash in.
More and more Baby Boomers on a fixed income are looking at Mexico as a retirement solution. Why?Because you can live comfortably on considerably less than in the United States! For many Baby Boomers, relocating to Mexico may be the only viable option for retirement.
Worried about Crime or Violence in Mexico?
According to AARP, A quick word about crime and safety in Mexico: Yes, it's extremely dangerous in the cities bordering the United States and a few places elsewhere. Mexico, however, is also nearly three times the size of Texas, and most of the country is reasonably safe and secure, especially resort areas and tourist destinations.
Mexico at a Glance
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