Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Strong Income Potential from Beach Rentals in Tulum

In Tulum, the tourism infrastructure is improving. Drive time to the airport is decreasing. More and more tourists are arriving, and they're doing so faster than ever. There is already a shortage of rentals so it's a place where you could make a strong income from your beach house when you aren't using it.

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Monday, April 23, 2012

How to Retire Overseas in Stages

Selling everything you own and leaving your home, family, and friends may seem like a bold, intimidating, and even ridiculous idea. A more sensible and fare more manageable approach might be spending half the year in the U.S. and half the year someplace warm and sunny when the days back home have turned icy and gray.

Read the full article for tips on how to gradually move to Mexico. 

Friday, April 20, 2012

Cost of Moving When Retiring in Mexico

One of the easiest options for people looking to move to Mexico might be to hire a portable storage container. Some moving companies offer customers the option of packing the containers themselves and then shipping the containers to the new destination. This could make getting across the border that much easier.

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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Guide to Using Public Transportation in Mexico

In Mexico the sources of transportation include bus companies, collectivos (mini-vans that hold up to 20 people), and taxis. All of the sources of transportation are reasonably priced and can, singly, or in tandem, get you from where you are to almost anywhere you want to go. 

Read full article: http://www.mexicoonmymind.com/using-public-transportation-in-mexico/

Monday, April 16, 2012

Mexico on My Mind - New Resource for Americans Looking to Retire in Mexico

Mexico on My Mind launched their new website, www.mexicoonmymind.com, this week. The website will cover places to live in Mexico, places to visit and offer insights from U.S. and Canadian expats living and thriving in Mexico.

Monday, April 9, 2012

Your Best Beach Retirement Options Compared

Puerto Vallarta is not the cheapest retirement choice in the world, or even Mexico, but it is still Kathleen Peddicord's top recommendation. 

In Puerto Vallarta, you aren't buying for the long term benefits. In Puerto Vallarta, you have the opportunity to buy a world-class lifestyle in a region with world-class beaches and ocean views that is supported, right now, by world-class golf courses, marinas, restaurants, and shopping. 

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Merida's Real Estate Market is Sizzling - Follow the Mexicans!

Merida's real estate market is sizzling! And the Mexicans are driving the market. The majority of the sales are occurring on the north side of the city, mainly driven by wealthy, upper middle and middle class Mexicans fro Mexico City, Monterrey and Vera Cruz.