Moving to Puerto Penasco, Mexico
By Joshua Wood, LPC
Last updated on Sep 24, 2021
Moving to Puerto Penasco, Mexico: Expats, retirees and digital nomads talk about everything you need to know before moving to Puerto Penasco.
What do I need to know before moving to Puerto Penasco?
When we asked people what advice they would give someone preparing to move to Puerto Penasco, they said:
"Speak to a real estate agent that has experience in the area of Puerto Penasco that you choose. They can locate rentals and what's for sale easily and give you proper information to help make your move go smooth. There is no fee to speak with an agent. They're happy to help,"
said another expat in Puerto Penasco.
How do I find a place to live in Puerto Penasco?
Join our Mexico forum to meet other people living in Puerto Penasco, Mexico.
Help other expats and newcomers by answering questions about the challenges and adventures of living in Puerto Penasco.
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