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What do I need to know before retiring in Merida?

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When we asked people what advice they would give someone preparing to move to Merida, they said...

"Before deciding to retire in Merida it is important for expats to consider the cost of living, safety, healthcare options, language level, cultural norms, and the need for a visa. Additionally, it pays to get to know the city prior to settling in, as well as researching the availability of quality housing and neighborhoods. As with any move to a new location, understanding the local customs and laws can help expats better integrate into the city. Finally, it is important to note that Merida is a very affordable place to live which makes it an attractive spot for retirees, but it pays to keep a watchful eye on the exchange rate of the Mexican Peso," said a member in Merida, Mexico.

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"Merida is a great city with lots of free activities for adults and children. It is sophisticated, with diverse areas to live in and friendly people, and a good public transportation system. It is a pretty city. However, it is Hot! Come prepared for heat during the day, but the nights cool off comfortably. Make sure your home is well ventilated so that you can enjoy fresh air at night and not need air conditioning. You will not need to bring much, there are plenty of malls and stores with merchandise for you and your home from high end to low," remarked another expat who made the move to Merida, Mexico.

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