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1/9/2018 04:34 EST

My husband and I are looking to relocate to Mexico but we do not speak Spanish. Possibly move to Ajijic area. Anyone who speaks English to answer some questions we have? Even apartments for rent are in Spanish!

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1/9/2018 08:47 EST

Here is a blog with all the rental agencies and real estate companies that do rentals. All of them speak English.
In fact many people who move here never bother learning Spanish and English is widely spoken. Contact me through the website RetireInLakeChapala.net and I will be happy to answer all your questions.

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1/9/2018 14:18 EST

if you google real estate agencies in ajijic you'll find a number of them. contact the ones who are listed in the english language and you're all set. a lot of help available. rentals will range from $300 per month for a simple studio apartment on the outskirts to $1,000 or more for really nice family homes near the town center.

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