Home insurance coverages are readily available in Mexico, and most residential property can be insured—with some notable exceptions
When you need assistance and practical support with a Mexico residency permit application, renewal, exchange, or troubleshooting—our associates can help
When your Mexico residency application is granted, a visa sticker is placed in your passport. This sticker needs to be exchanged for a residency card in Mexico.
Whether you rent or own in Mexico, third-party coverage can mitigate the cost of accidents and liability when a housekeeper or others are working in your home
This guide helps you understand energy efficiency, and how to build or adapt your existing Mexican home to make it energy efficient. Download your free copy.
This free eBook is a comprehensive guide to living & retirement in Mexico that helps you weave together the components for a fruitful lifestyle here
It's prudent to take time and review the composition of your habitat and living spaces to mitigate the risk of damage and injury during an earthquake
Welcome to a Mexico: a country that offers inspiring lifestyle opportunities and exceptional travel and leisure experiences
Americans contemplating a move to Mexico often ask whether Medicare is valid here. The simple answer is no, but there are some caveats, and alternatives
Discover answers to common questions about time limits as well as exit/entry rules for Mexico visitor visas and residency permits
Discover local lifestyle opportunities on this 6-day program with key insights into “life at Lakeside” and determine if the Lake Chapala area is right for you
Mexico's rainy season brings refreshment and color to the landscape. Rains begin in May/June and run to October each year; sometimes spilling into November