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A recent article in the San Jose Mercury News – and the Mexico News Daily –caught my eye because it starkly brought into focus the conundrum of personal safety in Mexico. The headline read: “Santa Cruz Family Carjacked, Robbed and Left Penniless in Mexico.” The family was car-jacked and robbed in the state of Michoacan by […]

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Expats In Mexico by Robert Nelson - 8h ago

Whether you are an expat living in Mexico, an aspiring expat planning a move to the country or a medical tourist considering a surgical procedure, it is important to know about hospital care in Mexico. About two-thirds of Mexico’s over 4,000 hospitals are private and the rest are public facilities, which serve those enrolled in […]

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We just wrapped up the 2018 reader study and some of our Expats In Mexico Survey results may surprise you. For example, many of the articles written over the years about expats in Mexico often are mainly about the attraction of the country’s lower cost of living. While it is important to most expats, the […]

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Yucatecan houses have many distinctive features, but none are as consistently cherished as the beauty of pasta tiles in Yucatán. With an absence of reliable clay in Yucatán, and the threat of termites to wood structures, historic homes here have walls of mamposteria, a technique where rocks are piled up and cemented over. Some walls […]

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You have found your dream property and want to make an offer. Everyone involved is very friendly and seems very nice. You trust your new friends, and assume you have protections in place to prevent you from having problems with the purchase. But have you done your due diligence before buying real estate in Mexico? […]

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Expats In Mexico by Maria & Fernando Garibay - 2w ago

For expats and tourists looking to have a great time in Mexico this month, we highly recommend that you visit Puerto Vallarta to help us celebrate our El Carnaval de Puerto Vallarta. El Carnaval, which begins February 13th, starts at the Sheraton Buganvilias Hotel just north of downtown and winds its way along the Malecón […]

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We’re calling all expats in Mexico who want to be heard. What do we mean by “Be Heard.” We mean that once a year we give you an opportunity to tell us who you are and what you think by participating in our Expats In Mexico Survey. As we said in our blog introducing the […]

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Expats In Mexico by Diana Cuevas - 2w ago

Expat couples move to Mexico mostly for retirement, a new job or to start a new business. But all move to Mexico expecting a slower pace of life, sunny weather and, of course, good Mexican food. Unfortunately, moving to another country can put a strain on a marriage and the outcome often is expat divorce […]

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Does your real estate agent in Mexico follow AMPI guidelines? There is a particular ethical and moral way in which buyers and sellers should deal with each other, and most of the time, the person who has to keep the negotiation on this level is the agent, or agents, involved. It is our responsibility to […]

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I have never been fond of barbers, but now I may have found the perfect antidote to my apprehensions at PePe’s Barber Shop in Mérida, Mexico. Colonia Alemán to be precise. My hair is too fine, and has a mind of its own, and there is an intractable cowlick. As a child it didn’t really […]

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