There are lots of good, sensible reasons for moving to Mexico, but it takes consideration, research, and a plan to make your move a success; and once you’re here, you’ll also need to pass through a period of adaption.
If you’re seeking a change of lifestyle in earnest, and you’re prepared to invest in the decision, you’ll find a wealth of knowledge here on Mexperience to help you consider your choices.
Our guides to Living and Lifestyle provide excellent groundwork material; and coupled with our extensive Mexico lifestyle blog articles and eBooks, it’s the most complete and objective resource you’ll find online to help you weigh-up your options and plan for a new life in Mexico. Our series about Essential Skills for Expats will help you to integrate into Mexican life and lifestyles.
The Mexico Essentials section provides you with an extensive background guide to the practical aspects about being in and adapting to Mexico.
When you move here, you’ll need somewhere to live, and our guides to property in Mexico will help you to understand the Mexican real estate market, whether you plan to rent or buy.
Financial considerations are an important aspect of any move. We don’t recommend you move here solely based on living costs, but they are a key factor to consider and our guide to the Cost of Living in Mexico will help you to map-out a financial plan based on your individual life situation.
Mexico’s immigration laws are reasonable and allow non-Mexicans with the financial means, family roots, and/or skills to live here legally. We publish extensive knowledge about Visas and Immigration in Mexico (also see our extensive blog articles on subject). Our Mexico Immigration Guide, updated annually, has helped thousands of readers to plot a course through the immigration rules; if you want some one-to-one advice, consider our Mexico relocation consulting service.
Mexico continues to be one of the most popular countries in the world for American and Canadian retirees and, increasingly, working-age professionals, especially those plying a trade in the knowledge economy, are also considering Mexico as a base to live and work.
Whether you intend to move to Mexico full-time or part-time, whether you’re resolved to moving here long term, for a trial period, or a fixed term, Mexperience has knowledge and connections which can help you to realize your plans.
Foreign residents who have moved to Mexico successfully are most often characterized by stories of people who made the effort to consider and plan appropriately, and looked beyond the hyperbole of any given ‘sales pitch’ or impulse. For those who are willing to navigate the path that leads to meaningful residency in Mexico, the benefits are real and tangible. Mexperience guides and articles show you how.