CIGNA Expat Health Insurance

Mexico Expat Forum

Mexico

Post New Topic
EddieDee
2/11/2018 17:09 EST

New to this. Plan on retiring in a few yrs. Like the beach and slower pace. Any suggestions how/ where to start?
TKS

Post a Reply

00abuse

Cozumeldeb
2/12/2018 08:43 EST

There are many retirement in MX sites, you can Google. One I think is really good is: www.qroo.com. it's written by a retired cop from FL. Gives nuts + bolts.
First step is narrow down your area of interest, saw you said beaches and that covers a big area. We live in Cozumel, island across from Playa, state of Quintana Roo..Pacific side of MX Matazlan, PV, Cabo etc..huge area big + small towns. Sign up on those sites as well..be aware of areas to avoid from State Dept watch list of narco areas..Visit, travel around, Mexico is retirement heaven IMO. Don't buy for at least a year, rent only. Good Luck.

Post a Reply

00abuse

expat health insurance from CIGNA

Choosing an expat health insurance provider is an important decision. Get a quote from our trusted expat health insurance partner, CIGNA. With Cigna Global Health Options, you can create an international health insurance plan that's perfectly tailored for the needs of you and your family.

Learn More Get a Quote

MsAlex
2/12/2018 10:04 EST

CozumelDeb is correct about not buying too soon. An alternative to renting is house sitting. When you house and/or pet sit a home you have a free "real home" to stay in. You meet not only the owners but their fellow expat friends and/or neighbors in most cases. House sitting has been a very successful approach to "learning where you'd be happy" in Mexico, used by me and lots of other people who have settled here. Now I own the website: HouseSitMexico.com providing that opportunity to hundreds more. :)

Alex
Admin@HouseSitMexico.com

Post a Reply

00abuse

Expatriate Health Insurance

Get a quote for expat health insurance in Mexico.

Mail Forwarding to Mexico

Mail Forwarding to Mexico.


Expat Tax

Expat Tax Preparation, Expat Tax Professionals


International Moving Companies

Moving to Mexico? Find a moving company.

Join Today (free)

Join Expat Exchange to meet expats in your area or get advice before your move. It's FREE and takes 1 minute!

Copyright 1997-2018 Burlingame Interactive, Inc.

Privacy Policy Legal