Whether you are looking to invest in a summer home or a buying property for the long term, take the time to consider moving to Mexico.
This beautiful country is the perfect spot for a vacation getaway or a long-term home.
When making plans to move you want to start with picking the right location, getting a visa arranged before finally soaking up the culture.
Choosing the Right Location
Once you have decided to purchase property, take the time to look at some of the houses for sale in Mexico.
There are a variety of properties available both along the picturesque Mexican coastline and in the metropolitan areas.
When choosing your home, consider what you will be using the house for most.
This includes if looking for a beachfront home, somewhere close to cultural artifacts, or an urban home for business.
Getting Your Visa in Order
Before you make your purchase and start your Mexican move, think about how long you intend to spend during the year at this home.
If it is more than 180 days, you will need to get a residence visa or extended travel permit.
To get your visa, first identify which visa is right for you.
Then get your documents in order to help support your application, noting that you may be subject to a criminal background check.
The whole process should take you about two weeks from application to receipt of a visa if there are no complications.
Finally, once you have your approval, get ready to move.
Embracing the Culture
Now that you have your house lined up and your visa in hand, it’s time to enjoy Mexico.
No matter where you go, there is something to be discovered here.
For example, if you are interested in mezcal and fine dining, then make your way to Oaxaca, the home of mezcal.
Looking to get pampered?
Mexico is full of five-star resorts offering massages by the sea and fresh fruit juice to give you that push to nirvana.
Finally, don’t forget to learn some of Mexico’s history with a visit to some of the ruins of the Aztec, Mayan, or Incan empires that are part of the long tapestry of Mexican culture.
Wherever you move to, take the time to do your research for where is right for you.
No matter where in Mexico you end up, be sure to embrace the culture and landscape around you.
Enjoy your new home and life and the lifestyle offered by your Mexican move.