Mexico safety is near the top of the list of concerns for relocation to Mexico. Is it safe to live as an expat in Mexico? The short answer overwhelmingly is, YES! Virtually all the expats living in Mexico are quite … Find Out More!
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Why? Mexico offers year round mild to warmer weather and your dollars have the capacity to go further in real estate, rent, health care, food, and labor! Not to mention the sheer natural beauty, tastes, smells, history and culture.
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Ron Burdine made this whole move possible
Ron Burdine made this whole move from Philadelphia possible..their knowledge and organization skills (that I don’t have) helped me create order out of my chaos..there are a million details that are just too much for one person to put in order. At least this one person. We followed Ron’s suggestions and had the secure feeling that we were ready for anything, and we were.. we had insurance, directions, hints, tips and suggestions..we have been here (Isla Mujeres) for 6 weeks and Ron is still our go-to source. Thank you, thank you for helping us accomplish our dream!
I highly endorse working with Ron.
If you are visiting Tulum, I highly endorse working with Ron. As an Expat he understands the needs and desires of those traveling to the area for a vacation or looking to relocate to the area. You will be in great hands with Ron. Feel free to contact me to discuss Ron’s merits further!
Ron is the consummate professional
Ron is the consummate professional and an incredible resource to have for all-things-Tulum and the surrounding areas. Ron’s in-depth knowledge of, and caring ways for, this magnificent region of Mexico is second-to-none. If you’re seeking vacation or travel advice for things such as lodging/hospitality/spa’s, restaurants, shopping, beaches, sports/fitness, adventure day-trips to the nearby ruins/fishing/boating/diving/snorkeling/cenotes/zip-lining, 4-wheeling, etc., or need more in-depth advice regarding regional real estate, home maintenance, Mexican insurance/healthcare, computer/telephony, etc., Ron can assist you. Whether this is your first time to the Tulum region or you’re a seasoned-veteran, Ron is sure to share his valuable loc… Read more
Michael SchmitAustin, TX
Ron is one of the angels.
We can truthfully say that were it not for Ron’s sage guidance and advice, we would not have made the decision to buy land and build a house in Mexico. We have not had a single regret. It is simply paradise. And Ron is one of the angels. Thomas M. Bayer, PhD. Laura D. Kelley, PhD. Tulane University New Orleans.
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The following Mexico immigration information is provided as a resource for our readers and will be updated periodically as policy and changes are made and brought to our attention. As with any...Find Out More!
Understanding Mexico Lifestyle and Cost Of Living Choices The actual cost of living in Mexico will vary depending on the location and the level of the lifestyle you choose. Our scale is based on four … Find Out More!
Important Things to Consider When Retiring in Mexico Retirement is looming large! What's the best way to approach it? Obviously, the basics must be dealt with - finances, healthcare, and "what do I do with all … Find Out More!
15 Things to Consider When You Relocate To Mexico 1) Forward Your Mail – You will want to set up a mail forwarding service in the U.S. There are several companies out there that will provide services … Find Out More!
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We have compiled a thorough guide of places to live, costs of living, immigration, financial planning, insurance and everything else an Expat will need to know when vacationing to & living in Mexico. Click the button to the right to download our free guide to Mexico
Safe Places To Live
There is a lot more to Baja California (Sur) than surfing, sand and rocks. Wonderful wine growing areas and fresh seafood make the tip of the Baja peninsula a great place to live. In fact, this is the best place in Mexico for fish, oysters, clams and … Read More...
The Riviera Maya area of the Yucatan Peninsula stretches from Cancun through Playa del Carmen southward to Tulum, and includes the island of Cozumel, located 20 kilometers from Playa del Carmen into the Caribbean. Many people, both visitors and … Read More...
In the central region are two of the most popular places for expats to live in Mexico: the Lake Chapala area and San Miguel de Allende. Both places have large gringo populations - large enough to affect the local economy. San Miguel de Allende … Read More...
Fun Places To Visit
by Justin Henderson, ex-pat writer and surfer-extraordinaire In 2010, my first year in Sayulita, I made friends with a couple of other Costa Verde International School parents, and ended up surfing with them a lot. We surfed almost every day, it … Read More...
The ancient city of Palenque (pa-lenn-KAY) is like no place on earth. Clutching the foothills of the Sierra Madre de Chiapas, where the sultry tropical air gently reverberates sounds of the jungle like a slow-beating ceremonial drum, Palenque's … Read More...
Cenotes In the Yucatan, there are over 2,400 cenotes that have actually been studied and registered. Here are some of the most popular: Ik-Kil - Located less than 2 miles from Chichén Itzá. Called the "Sacred Blue Cenote," it is a perfectly round … Read More...
What’s On Our Minds
Back in 2014 Tulum was rated as the #2 international real estate investment market in the world by International Living and Agora Publishing. In this case, the adage of being in the path of progress and popularity, was true, people flocked to … Read More...
This post is dedicated to the many celebrations and festivals around Mexico that happen on an anual bases. We will be continuely updating this post with the many colorful occations and traditions throughout the year. “ GUELAGUETZA, A GLANCE AT … Read More...
Click This link to listen to the interview now! Also, you can click here to download from iTunes to your device! Get the story from the man himself! Our founder, Ron Burdine was recently featured on the podcast "Choose to Retire in Mexico" … Read More...