Acapulco is one of the oldest beachfront communities in Mexico. Renown for Hollywood movie stars, restaurants, nightlife, cultural ambiance,
numerous beaches and water sports including the famous Cliff Divers.
Cabo San Lucas is one of Mexico's top 5 Tourist destinations; Famous for fishing, beaches, nightlife and the scuba diving ∫ location featuring a wide range of wildlife in the Sea Of Cortez.
Cancun is a city in southeastern Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Featuring a long beachfront of high rise hotels, nightclubs, shops and restaurants surrounded by clear water and white sand on the Caribbean Sea. You will find housing in surrounding communities.More
Cozumel is Mexico’s third largest island, located in the Caribbean Sea and is famous for the
balnearios, scuba diving and snorkeling, especially in the cenotes. Additional features include
native fauna and coral reefs.
Huatulco is a resort community with nine bays in the state of Oaxaca, where the Sierra Madre meets the Pacific Ocean. Famous for it’s surfing, Huatulco is the perfect place to combine nature with first class accommodations.More
Ixtapa is a government-planned tourist resort that began in the early 70’s. Now it’s worldwide famous for the filming of numerous movies. It’s known as secluded destination to enjoy tranquility and ecological activities, with good connectivity.More
Lake Chapala is Mexico’s largest lake, and home to the largest concentration of expats in the world. Two quaint towns, Chapala and Ajijic (ah-hee- heek) support most of the expat population. The area also boasts the second-best climate on the planet; daily temperatures are almost always 75 F to 78 F, under bright blue sky and sunshine.More
La Paz is the capital of Baja California Sur. And
is becoming a very important tourist destination in Mexico.
Enjoying blue beaches and light colored sand at the edge
of the Sea of Cortes. La Paz is also a popular fishing community.
Loreto is a water-sports/fishing paradise for those looking for adventure in the Sea Of Cortez. It’s
also home to the magnificent Parque Nacional Bahía de Loreto, where the shoreline, ocean and
offshore islands are protected from pollution and uncontrolled fishing.
Mazatlan is the most popular beachfront destination on the west coast of Mexico. Featuring
extensive water sports, cultural events, restaurants, medical facilities and modern shopping. In the
last 8 years this city has blossomed into vibrant community with many expatriates from Canada
and the US.
Manzanillo consists of two bays with crescent-shaped beaches and is known as the "Sailfish Capital of the World". Since 1957, it has hosted important national and international fishing competitions, such as the Dorsey Tournament, making it a very attractive fishing destination. Manzanillo has become one of the country's most important tourist resorts.More
As the state and regional capital, Mérida is a cultural center, featuring multiple museums, art
galleries, restaurants, movie theatres, and shops. Mérida retains an abundance of beautiful
colonial buildings and is a vibrant cultural center.
Mexico City has a rich history of artistic expression and is a leading center of popular culture and
music. Mexico City’s urban agglomeration is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world.
Featuring over 100 art galleries, and some 30 concert halls, all of which maintain a constant
cultural activity during the whole year.
Oaxaca is a city rich in culture and history. Monte Albán is a pre-Hispanic city that reached its peak
between 500 BCE and 800 CE with about 35,000 inhabitants is about 6 miles from the city center.
The city of Oaxaca has long been considered "Mexico's culinary capital.
Playa del Carmen is a city located along the Caribbean Sea and features a wide array of tourist
activities due to its geographical location in the Riviera. Playa del Carmen has recently undergone
extreme rapid development with new luxury residential condominium buildings, restaurants,
boutiques and entertainment venues.
Puerto Escondido’s main attractions are the beaches: Zicatela Beach hosts major surfing
competitions, while other beaches have gentle waves.  West from the town is a large lagoon area
popular for fishing and birdwatching.
Puerto Vallarta was a thriving Mexican village long before it became an international tourist destination. Tourism is a major economic activity because of the climate, scenery, tropical beaches, and rich cultural history. Also famous for moives including….The Night of the Iguana and Predator.More
San Carlos is a beachfront community on the Sea of Cortez in the state of Sonora. It is growing
tourist destination offering scuba diving, climbing and a quaint marina for boating.
San Miguel de Allende has long had a reputation as a haven for visual artists. More recently, the town has been attracting writers, film makers, and musicians as well. As one of the Mexico’s preferred places to live and visit.More
Veracruz is the hub of international trade in Mexico. It has a blend of cultures, best seen in the food and music of the area, which has strong Spanish, Caribbean and African influences. Coffeehouses are a center of social life in the city.More
The town of Zihuatanejo's main attraction is its bay, which is well-protected from open ocean. It is
a popular place to moor boats and yachts. Famous for Sports fishing and in winter season the bay
hosts humpback whales.
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Our goal is to promote Mexico’s culture, people, history and geography through international real estate sales. We will share our knowledge of Mexico and provide a vehicle to enhance your lifestyle, longevity and environmental harmony.
We are here to assist and advise the young at heart……Welcome to the Mexican Gold Rush. Probably the biggest invasion in Mexico’s history and the largest exodus of Americans celebrating their Golden Years south of the border.
For many of us Mexico is more than a destination, it is our Destiny!
In its Annual Global Retirement Index, released in January 2017, International Living named Mexico the best country in the world to retire, followed by Panama and Ecuador. The yearly index is designed to help whittle down a retiree’s choices by ranking countries based on factors such as cost of living, retiree benefits, climate, crime and health care.
With its low costs and friendly locals, Mexico is no stranger to the index, consistently ranking in the top 10 over the past 14 years. And in 2017 — for the fifth time — it nabs the top spot. Retirement in Mexico can be as laid-back or as active as you choose, or a combination of both. #1. Mexico
What an Amazing Country
Culturally…..Mexico is a crossroads for the people and cultures of North America, Europe, Africa and Asia. In many ways, contemporary life in the cities of Mexico has become similar to that in neighboring United States and Europe, with provincial people conserving traditions more so than the city dwellers. Expats agree….everyone loves the rich Mexican culture. The warmth of the Mexican people, the tradition of family first and their sunny spirits always make you feel at home with the desire to return.
Economically….. Affordability is another magnet, with many expats living well on as little as $1,200 a month and comfortably on $2500 a month. The dollar’s strong position against the Mexican peso means the cost of living provides an even better than normal value.
Mexico offers exceptional, world-class, healthcare options for residents and visitors. The levels of care and professionalism often exceed patients’ expectations. If you need medical care when you come to Mexico, you can find good hands to take care of you. Cardiologists, urologists and other primary care physicians will generally run around $50 per visit. Prescriptions and lab fees are a fraction of the US prices. Medical tourism is very popular and advancing every year with new equipment and English speaking doctors
Food prices are a slightly lower but the quality of fresh produce is much higher than the US. You can find fruterias and local mercados with fresh picked vegetables and fruits or go to the local grocery stores. For bulk and processed foods, large cities have Walmart, Sams and the larger cities will have a Costco.
Geographically…..For most of us, the 5,800 miles of coastline are the biggest draw featuring world-class beaches with white sands and blue waters of the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Now for the perfect lifestyle, just add Mexico’s endless sunshine.
Mexico covers an amazing 761,606 square miles (1/5 the size of the US) and is bordered by the Pacific Ocean on the west, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea to the east with Belize and Guatemala to the south. There are 31 states and a Federal District.
Due to its geographical location and its varied topography, Mexico has a great diversity of ecosystems, ranging from high mountains, glaciers, ocean to seas, deserts, coral reefs and coastal lagoons.
Because of the variety of climates and its ecosystems, it is one of the 12 mega-diverse countries in the world. It has 34 biosphere reserves and is the first country in terms of diversity of reptiles and the second in mammals.
Mexico’s Environmental Ministry (SEMARNAT) indicates that there are over 200,000 different species in Mexico. This is about 10% – 12% of all the species on the planet. About half of all Mexico’s species are endemic; they exist only in Mexico.