Is This the Next
San Miguel de Allende?
In “The Next San Miguel” you can live in an artsy expat haven full of chic galleries, baroque churches, and colonial treasures…
For as little as $800 a month.
Hi, I'm Dan Prescher.
If you dream of spending your days exploring the cobbled streets of a historic town...appreciating local art and chic galleries...and attending culture-rich festivals and symphony orchestras…there’s a little-known colonial town I want to tell you about.
This town is a foodie haven and the colorful local market stalls are the perfect place to shop for tasty treats as well as unique handicrafts like indigenous jewelry and traditional-style pottery (prized by wealthy collectors).
You might think I’m describing San Miguel de Allende, the well-established retirement haven in Mexico (often compared to artsy Santa Fe, New Mexico).
But it’s been a long time since you could live in San Miguel on as little as $800 a month (though it’s easy to do in this “New San Miguel de Allende”…)
“[The town] is charming and colorful…it reminds me of San Miguel de Allende before it was discovered by expats.”—Californian expat W.C.
This is one of my favorite places in Mexico, and it has all the amenities that make San Miguel popular.
Rich history (the local ruins are over 1,000 years older than those near San Miguel)...beautiful architecture...an incredible local food scene (for 1/3 of the price of San Miguel)…and cultural festivals (it’s one of the best places in Mexico to celebrate Día de los Muertos according to Lonely Planet).
Within a half-day’s drive, too, you’ll also find postcard-worthy beaches alongside brilliant blue ocean waves (so long-weekend getaways to the coast are within reach)...hillside jungle churches with intricate decorations...even ruins of an ancient civilization that you can explore…all perfect for weekend getaways.
Because this town is still off the radar compared to places like San Miguel, expats can enjoy a similar lifestyle at a discount—up to 50% less.
“I live well [here] for well under $1,000 a month, and I still have enough left over to eat out at my favorite restaurant whenever I want”—Emily J.
And with pleasant weather year-round, you can spend lots of time relaxing outside in the sun.
Just imagine your days spent exploring the colorful local markets within walking distance of your cozy pied-à-terre or learning about the ancient Zapotec culture in the many galleries and museums.
“From its ancient roots and colonial treasures to modern-day craftspeople, this city lives and breathes art and culture…the fact that it’s a hub of art and creativity is evident almost everywhere you look. Besides the abundance of beautiful architecture and colorful folk art and handicrafts, several important...internationally renowned painters...hail from here." - Afar magazine
Or imagine exploring the small independent workshops where locals craft a unique style of black pottery.
The native style is more than 2,500 years old and today is popular with art collectors the world over for its beauty. It was even prized by rich families like the Rockefellers.
“Nowhere in Mexico is there a creative epicenter like the one [in this town]”—The New York Times
You could plan a long-weekend getaway to the coast and spend a few days lazing on picture-perfect beaches where warm turquoise waters (at least 80F) meet lush swaying palms.
If you’re looking for your dream lifestyle…at an affordable price… with regular (and good-value) connections from US airports, then this town is the place for you.
There’s just nowhere else that compares when it comes to the unique mix of possibility and affordability.
And since the dollar is at one of the strongest rates it’s been in two decades against the peso, there’s no better time to consider your dream life in Mexico than right now.
While this UNESCO World Heritage town is more off the radar than a place like San Miguel de Allende or Puerto Vallarta, it’s quickly becoming a popular destination for those in-the-know.
From the preserved colonial centro to the more modern outskirts (where you can find familiar stores like Walmart and Office Depot), this town is mostly flat, making it perfect for walking around…
Picture yourself strolling the narrow stone streets admiring the incredible architecture…or exploring the open-air markets filled with local handicrafts and colorful fruits you’ve never seen before.
The local crafts were even featured in National Geographic for their indigenous focus and the years-long crafting process…
And local artists' work has been exhibited in famous locations like New York’s Rockefeller Center.
“In recent years, the city has been transformed as bohemian expats and artists have been drawn to its mild, semitropical climate, sturdy Spanish colonial architecture, rich culinary and craft traditions, and thrilling art scene. Galleries and boutique hotels, upscale restaurants, and trendy [mezcal bars] have opened in dizzying succession.”—The New York Times
And today the town’s state boasts the largest number of working artisans in Mexico.
But that’s just the start of what’s on offer here.
There are plenty of amenities for expats, including English-language tours of the ruins. You will find an English language library, book clubs, language exchanges, and walking groups. There’s even a newcomers’ club to help you settle in.
The coast is within reach for a few days’ getaways. It’s dotted with bays and beaches…5,000-year-old harbors that have long been centers for trade…even the remnants of an ancient civilization (the large ruins of pyramids and terraces are among the most famous in Mexico for their size and completeness).
And the area is more accessible than ever with a major highway, or autopista, under development.
Yet what really sets this town and the region apart from the pack is the price expats pay for a comfortable lifestyle.
I recently spoke with my friend Wendy Justice, who visited a few months ago.
“I’m convinced this is a place I could live long-term—the weather is ideal, the food is terrific, and the expat scene is lively. There is a photograph waiting to be taken around every corner. I met expats [here] who live well for $800 a month,” said Wendy.
“I was charmed by the nearly infinite number of murals, paintings, art museums, galleries, and public art exhibits in the Centro Histórico. Some neighborhoods had murals on practically every other building.”
Imagine paying $475 a month for a two-bedroom apartment with Western-style amenities…with plentiful art just outside your door.
Or $900 per month for a 1,000-square-foot, 3-bed, 2-bath apartment in an upscale neighborhood where you can walk to trendy cafés, small independent shops, and family-owned art and pottery shops.
That’s how expats live here.
Of course, you can spend more. A couple with $1,905 a month could bankroll a dream life here (though many report spending far less…)
After my friend Jason visited, he had nothing but praise for this up-and-coming escape:
“[The town] offers the essence of Mexico. The romance and beauty, rich culture, and ancient roots. As well as a modern side.
“If you want to experience everything that’s wonderful about Mexico—in a single destination—head here.
“That’s why many visitors give in to [the town’s] charm and move here full-time…”
And Jason is the expert when it comes to Mexico’s more off-the-radar gems like this town.
That’s why he included everything you need to know about this little-known colonial town in a special project he’s been working on.
So that you can learn about “The Next San Miguel”…along with other places that just don’t get much airtime in the mainstream media.
I’ll share details in a minute. But first, I want to step back and take a look at why Mexico makes so much sense if you’re in the market for a good-value spot where you could spend a few weeks or months a year—or even move full-time…
It’s no surprise then that Mexico neared the top of International Living’s Annual Global Retirement Index 2023.
The point is: Mexico has something for everyone. The food…the colorful culture…and the warm, friendly, welcoming people… If you've been to Mexico, you know that no other country can compete…
When you know where to look…with the right kind of guidance…you can find the exact retirement lifestyle you're looking for…and in Mexico, it can be far more affordable than you've ever imagined…
Stick with me for more about the low cost of living you can expect in Mexico…especially when you settle in one of the communities we've identified… And you needn't give up any of the creature comforts that make life so enjoyable.
There's more to consider, too. If you're worried about being far from family and friends back home, I've already mentioned the short flight times—less than two hours in some cases—from Mexico to the States (and as little as four hours to Canada). Those flights are inexpensive, too—especially on Mexico's new top-quality budget airlines that offer brand-new planes, great customer service, and very low fares.
When you live in Mexico, you will have more visitors than you can handle… I can almost guarantee that. Who doesn't want to visit Mexico?
I can also pretty much guarantee that you won't be lonely in Mexico. I've already explained how warm and welcoming the Mexicans are. They're familiar with our customs…our holidays…our language.
The government of Mexico is going out of its way to invite us to share their country with them. They've made immigration to Mexico easy. It's easy to get a visa, to gain access to the public healthcare program, even to their retirement discount program.
Being right next door, you'll find many Mexicans that speak English. You'll also find a built-in community of English-speaking expats—it's said that nearly two million Americans currently live in Mexico.
For generations now, Mexico has been one of the world's most popular tourist destinations. A record-setting 45 million international tourists visited Mexico in 2019. (Numbers for 2020, of course, skewed lower, thanks to the pandemic.) The majority of visitors are from the U.S. and Canada, with Europeans and South Americans close behind.
As of 2019, Mexico was the seventh most popular tourist destination in the world.
Tourists flock here for the natural beauty…the Copper Canyon that's far larger and deeper than Arizona's Grand Canyon…to fabulous, sophisticated Mexico City, referred to as today's "renaissance city" by the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and more…and to historic colonial towns like the one my friend Jason discovered (which is even a UNESCO World Heritage Site!).
They come to enjoy the world's most beautiful beaches along Mexico's warm-water white-sand Caribbean Coast, the dramatically lush Pacific Coast, and the starkly beautiful Baja peninsula.
In the Sierra Madre mountains that cut from north to south on both sides of the country, you'll find charming Spanish colonial towns that enjoy a perfect year-round climate…
And everywhere in Mexico you'll find centuries-old archeological sites that were once home to Aztec, Maya, Huichol, and other indigenous people.
Some of those tourists, of course, never want to leave.
They've dreamed of retiring to a place with beautiful scenery, better weather, and a far better cost of living. Mexico delivers on all that and much more.
Still, it's a foreign country… If you decide to live in Mexico you'll need a resident visa… You'll need to investigate your healthcare options… You'll need to decide where in the country you want to live, and if you'll rent or buy a home or apartment…
You'll want to decide whether or not to ship your household goods…to buy a car or not…what you'll do about insurance and taxes…how you'll manage your banking and financial needs…
You'll want to understand the rules for importing your pets to Mexico…what kinds of vaccinations are needed…and on and on…
Even though Mexico is a very easy place to retire to—and Americans and Canadians have been doing that since the early 1900s—there are many things to consider and plan for.
With something this important, you need reliable, up-to-date information you can count on, from a dependable, well-qualified resource.
That's why I'd like to introduce you to International Living's trusty, dependable resource on all things Mexico: Jason Holland.
For five years now, Jason has been International Living's editor on the ground in Mexico.
Jason Holland lives in the colonial city of San Miguel de Allende...
He has traveled Mexico from north to south and east to west. He lives in the small Spanish colonial city of San Miguel de Allende—a UNESCO World Heritage site in the Colonial Highlands region.
Jason is constantly on the lookout for ever-better places in Mexico to invest, to live, and to play… He has contacts in every area of the country and is on top of all the technical and legal stuff…the processes and requirements for buying, renting, getting visas and residence, building, renovating, furnishing a home, moving your household goods, buying a car, bringing your pets, and so on…
He knows exactly how much it costs to live in the many different communities of Mexico. And based on his own experiences and the experiences of hundreds of other expats he's interviewed over the years, he has a number of insider tips and strategies to help you save both time and money when you visit or live in Mexico yourself.
And if you think Mexico may be the place for you, Jason is committed to sharing his real-world, on-the-ground insights with you.
Your very best course of action, of course, would be to go to Mexico in person and spend a couple of months kicking around the country with Jason. It would take about that long for him to show you, firsthand, everything he's seen and everything he knows that can help you streamline your own move to Mexico.
Spending time one-on-one with Jason would certainly "fast track" your research, no question about it.
But, of course, that isn't a practical option. It's doubtful you have the time or inclination to spend months on the road right now. And think how much it would cost… Even though Mexico is a budget traveler's paradise, you'd soon rack up thousands of dollars in expenses.
So we asked Jason to do something groundbreaking and create a personalized online virtual "tour" of Mexico.
It's a way for you to gain access to Jason's incredibly comprehensive and truly rich depth of knowledge and get "plugged in" to everything you need to know. A way for you to see for yourself, from the comfort of your own home or office, all that Mexico has to offer you.
It's an easy, streamlined, and most reliable way to get you from where you are now—to a better life in the perfect place in Mexico that's exactly right for you.
No matter how many times you've been there…no matter how many books you've read or online research you've done…what you don't know about Mexico may surprise you.
International Living has been reporting for more than 42 years now about the benefits Mexico offers retirees—and over the last several years, Jason has been asked to take on the most in-depth research-gathering project International Living has ever mounted on Mexico.
He's been challenged to dig deep…to round up all his insider intelligence and to assemble all this valuable information in one place…
It's a huge project we call Mexico All Access: Your Blueprint to the ¡Viva México! Lifestyle.
This has been no small undertaking. Even though Mexico is the smallest country in North America…smaller than the U.S. or Canada, it's large on opportunity.
What About Safety?
The communities Jason will introduce you to are safe. We wouldn't have it any other way. Expats who live in these communities, in fact, will tell you they feel far safer in their new homes in Mexico than they do in the U.S. these days.
In effect, Jason has been working on this project for years now…the entire time he's been in Mexico.
And take it from me, no one is better suited for this kind of challenge. Jason is one of the most dogged and diligent researchers I know. He digs deep. He doesn't take "no"…and certainly not "I don't know" for an answer. He answers the questions you don't even know to ask…
Best of all, he makes sure the facts are reliable and verifiable. You can be certain that what Jason tells you is correct and current…and that's probably the most important element in all this…
Things change. Rules are adjusted. Laws are reformed. New policies are instituted. You can't always rely on what you read online in expat forums or on the internet. You need a trusted resource. And that's Jason.
What he's put together is not just groundbreaking, it's almost overwhelming in its scope. It's a complete resource reference of everything you need to know about moving to, investing in, living in, and/or starting a business in Mexico.
If you can name it, think of it, or wonder about it, Jason has you covered. Every issue is addressed, every challenge is covered, and every question is answered.
Mexico All Access: Your Blueprint to the ¡Viva México! Lifestyleputs a huge amount of information, recommendations, tips, advice, and insights about living, traveling, and investing in Mexico in one place…in living color…on video.
It's the next-best thing to exploring the country with Jason in person. And it's the best way I know to not just "tell" you about all Mexico has to offer, but to "show" you so you can see it with your own eyes…from the comfort of your home.
I've already mentioned the overall low cost of living in Mexico. It really is a bargain. With today's strong dollar, you'll find your money goes far in Mexico today.
When it comes to overall value—everything you get at such a low, low price tag—Mexico is hard to beat.
Plus, it's a quality destination. Not to keep beating the drum, but it's a modern, North American environment with all the comforts of home. Still, it remains remarkably affordable. And it's very easy to make the transition to life in Mexico.
Low healthcare and health insurance costs have something to do with that. After all, if you save $5,000 to $10,000 a year…or maybe even more…on your health insurance costs, that money can go far in Mexico.
If you buy a home, you'll save thousands of dollars more on your property taxes. The average American spends $2,471 on property taxes for his home in the U.S. In Mexico, you'll rarely pay more than $200 a year for your property taxes. Sometimes much less.
As Jason says, if you focus on what's important you can live very well on a very low budget…
Your 'needs' will become simpler, he says. And I can tell you from my personal experience how true that is. You can live comfortably with less 'stuff.'
As my friends Jim and Jennifer in the Yucatán say, the property taxes for their spacious and absolutely modern 3,500 square foot home in Mérida are less than $100 a year with the current exchange rate. Compare that to what you might be paying in the U.S. right now and you can see that’s a bit of savings!
Just to give you an idea of the average cost of living in Mexico, here's an average monthly budget for a retired couple living in Mexico:
|Utilities (electricity, gas, water):||$75|
|Entertainment (dining out and other activities)||$250|
|Health plan or incidental healthcare costs (Remember, INSABI is free for residents):||$85|
|Transportation (car maintenance or public transport):||$30|
Note that this sample budget doesn't include vehicle and gas expenses. You may not need or want a car. And, of course, if you pay outright for your home you won't have any housing costs at all beyond some maintenance and upkeep.
Shop at local mercados for fresh produce and save big time on your grocery bill…and be healthier, too
Of course, everyone's lifestyle needs are different. You could spend more…or less. If you don't need cable TV or internet, you can save on those expenses. And if you live in the highlands, you probably won't need heat nor air conditioning, a big savings on utility bills.
If, though, you like to eat out frequently, travel, play golf, scuba dive, and the like, you will obviously spend more money. But still, all these costs are much less than you would spend for a similar lifestyle in the U.S. (And with much better weather!)
By moving to Mexico, you may be able to reduce your total living costs by as much as 65%.
Even the lowest budget affords a very good lifestyle. You'll enjoy guilt-free consumption at very low prices. For instance, splurge on a salon haircut, manicure or pedicure ($5-$10 each), afford a housekeeper at just house $20 a day or a gardener to do your lawn work—usually about $5 an hour.
It's easy to see that in Mexico, you can enjoy a high quality of life without spending a lot.
When you make your home in Mexico, you can live well for very little money, that's true… But when you choose one of the several very different destinations Jason Holland can introduce you to (like the colorful colonial town mentioned earlier), you can live very well.
If you've been to Mexico, you may have spent some time in a resort area like Cancun on Mexico's Caribbean Coast. Hands down, it's Mexico's top tourist destination. Even there, you can live affordably…but when you look beyond Mexico's more touristy destinations, that's where you'll find the bargains.
Jason's done a lot of digging, and along with the more tried-and-true communities popular with expats, he's pinpointed many special destinations—including a couple of overlooked sections of pristine coastline and an artsy colonial town that rivals San Miguel de Allende—that you'll want to take a look at if you're considering retiring or starting a new life in Mexico.
Now…if you're doing your research on moving to Mexico, I know there's one more thing that surely must be on your mind…
One big benefit to living in Mexico is its excellent, inexpensive healthcare. The quality, particularly in the private system, is as good as what you'll find back home. And prices are low. They're a quarter to a half of what you'd pay in the U.S. for similar services.
Mexico has two healthcare options: a public healthcare system—so-called nationalized health—and private healthcare. And if you're an expat with a valid residence visa for Mexico, you can have access to both systems.
Best of all, if you have a resident visa in Mexico, you'll have access to affordable, comprehensive healthcare plans…
…from the new program called INSABI, which is absolutely free to residents…
…to private health insurance options that might cost you just $2,000 to $3,000 a year per couple…
In your Mexico All Access, Jason covers all these options in detail so you'll know which is best for you.
And don't worry about language issues. In many of the communities in Mexico that Jason points you to, doctors speak English and have received training in Europe, Canada, or the U.S.
Are you ready to learn more about how fun, easy and affordable it can be to retire to Mexico?
There's no better resource than Mexico All Access: Your Blueprint to the ¡Viva México! Lifestyle.
It's not like anything else International Living has ever produced on this country…and as far as we know, there's nothing else like it out there. As I mentioned, Jason Holland has been working on this for years now. He's literally spent tens of thousands of hours on the ground in Mexico, doing research, collecting data, conducting interviews, and more…
Not long ago, he went into the studio to assemble a comprehensive series of 14 professional videos to bring his research to life. You can see, feel, and almost touch and smell Mexico.
You'll travel along with Jason as he introduces you to nine distinct areas of Mexico…and the many communities in each of those that make for easy and affordable expat living.
Mexico is home to the world's most beautiful beaches. Imagine waking up to a view like this…every day.
And yes, you'll discover several little-known areas that Jason believes are well worth your attention right now. These are places your fellow expats have yet to discover in large numbers. Prices are low and opportunities are sky high. (Like in “The Next San Miguel” where expats report living on as little as $800 a month.)
To make a point here, this is no static report. It's not a manual…or a website…or a conference. Think of it more as a high-level "virtual conference," but much better…
Because instead of sitting in a room all day watching a parade of speakers up at a podium, you'll access these videos online from the comfort of your home, and you'll get to see and hear directly from Jason, our dedicated resource on the ground in Mexico.
He's the #1 Mexico expert we know and in this Blueprint, he takes you by the hand and not only introduces you to "his" Mexico, but he gives you the tools to make it "your Mexico."
Along with the six in-depth "destination" videos, Jason has produced eight more "need-to-know" videos with advice about Mexico that will save you time, headaches and boatloads of money.
Here's just some of what's covered in Mexico All Access: Your Blueprint to the ¡Viva México! Lifestyle:
The Internet offers loads of information about Mexico. Websites and chat groups are full of misinformation—so it's important to get the most up-to-date information straight from someone who knows Mexico inside and out.
No one knows Mexico better than Jason Holland. He offers you experienced perspective, valuable judgment, and on-the-ground guidance that will save you time, money, and frustration when you head to Mexico yourself… You can be sure you'll be completely and reliably "in-the-know."
Importantly, you'll discover how to save money when you live in Mexico. It's not just about shopping in the local farmer's markets or eating Mexican food (delicious, by the way, and I'm not talking Tex Mex)… It has more to do with picking the right place to settle…choosing the right kind of home to live in, and so on…
Jason offers all his insider tips and insights that will have you on a well-planned, streamlined course…
Best of all, he even provides a step-by-step Action Plan. If you've wondered or worried about how you might ever pull it all off…making a move of this type…worry no more.
If you're thinking of retiring to Mexico…or spending some extended time there…maybe opening a business or just reinventing your life…Mexico All Access is your very best resource.
It's the fastest, most efficient, most cost-effective way to get you quickly ramped up so you can get from where you are now to the idyllic spot in Mexico that's right for you.
And when you're ready to actually explore Mexico firsthand for yourself, you'll be able to use your time wisely—because in essence, you'll have already been there, with Jason as your guide.
You'll know where to go, who to contact, and the questions you'll need to ask.
If you wanted to track down all the intelligence we hand over in Mexico All Access, you could probably do that.
But it would take an investment of many months…years, in fact. After all, Jason has been at it for years.
And you'd have to pull thousands of dollars out of your pocket.
In the years that Jason has been traveling the width and length of Mexico he's racked up tens of thousands of dollars in expenses for airfares, bus fares…
…car rentals, gasoline and tolls, along with overnight hotel stays, meals, and more.
He's spent hours upon hours…years…interviewing attorneys and healthcare professionals, real estate experts, insurance and shipping experts, and more…
…including hundreds of expats in every corner of the country.
To be honest, on your own you'd have a very difficult time tracking down all these people…and accumulating all the intelligence Jason has amassed.
My point is: Mexico All Access delivers insider access…
It hands you on-the-ground solutions that would cost you a minimum of $10,000 to gather on your own.
Probably more like twice that. (Jason has spent far more than that on this project already.)
But you don't have to spend that kind of money…no way.
Jason has done all the work for you. This resource is so valuable, it will save you a ton of money.
We could reasonably ask $1,000 for this program, which reveals insider tips and secrets about Mexico you won't find anyplace else.
But we won't charge you $1,000 for access…even though it's worth every penny.
The full price for this comprehensive program is $499.
But today, you can get Mexico All Access: Your Blueprint to the ¡Viva México! Lifestyle —for just $499 $249.
Because of your interest in Mexico, this is a special one-time offer. You get more than half off right now.
Please get your access code now, because in just a few days, the price goes up.
Now's the time to take advantage of this special savings deal. Plus, there's more that comes with it…
These Are Not Available Anywhere Else
As Jason was taping the videos he created for the Mexico All Access: Your Blueprint to the ¡Viva México! Lifestyle, he wanted to expand on a few topics that require some extra lengthy reporting…too much to record on video. So those have been assembled in a series of special companion reports—delivered electronically to get them to you as quickly as possible.
This is the kind of information you'll definitely want at hand as you prepare for your move to Mexico.
Special Report #1: Mexico Scouting Trip itineraries and Travel Guide. If you've got one week, two weeks, a month or more to spend in Mexico, you'll want this guide. Jason and his Mexico team have planned all the details for you…from how to travel around to where to stay—hotels, short-term rentals and much more. You'll also discover where to play…dine…and more…even the popular hangouts where you can meet expats who may someday be your neighbors. Live links to websites and contact information is all there for your easy access.
Special Report #2: How They Did It: Meet Happy Mexico Expats. Speaking of expats, sometimes it just takes a little motivation. That's exactly what you'll get in this special report. You'll meet expats in many different areas of Mexico, all living their dream lives under the Mexican sun. They explain exactly how they did it (and how you can, too) and they share personal details you couldn't get unless you quizzed them yourself… Find out what they do for healthcare, how much they spend on a daily and monthly basis, what they do in their free time, and much, much more.
Special Report #3: Practical Matters: Taxes, Cost of Living, Residence, Moving Your Household Goods and Pets, and Doing Business. Yes, Jason covers all this in the video series, but as you can see from the lengthy title, this special report digs deep. You'll get comprehensive sample budgets and money-saving tips, a detailed tax primer, a full explanation of various visa options and a legal resource rolodex. And if you plan to move with pets or children, or you're thinking of starting your dream business in Mexico, do not leave home without this special report. Nowhere else can you get this kind of valuable, all-inclusive information.
Special Report #4: Spotlight on the High-Quality, Low-Cost Medical Care in Mexico. This comprehensive report explains the differences of Mexico's public and private healthcare systems and can help you make an educated decision about what to do for your personal healthcare needs when you move to Mexico. You'll get all the details (including costs) of the INSABI/IMSS public care coverage. There's also a rundown of the best private hospitals in the country and a list of some of the best local insurance providers—with full contact information. There's even a list of questions to ask about insurance policies you may be considering and pointers on how to find the best doctor for your personal needs.
Special Report #5: The Guide to Renting a Home or Buying Property in Mexico. When you move to Mexico, you'll need a place to live. And whether you rent or buy, that means contracts. Word to the wise: Do not sign a rental or purchase contract without first reading this crucial information. Everything is covered…from typical costs and how to find a rental to what to look for in a reliable real estate agent, where to get title insurance, the various title structures, the correct process for registering a deed, and much more.
Special Report #6: Something for Everybody: An In-Depth look at Mexico's Diverse Regions. If you want insider information about areas of Mexico that offer a combination of livability, affordability, beauty, and convenience—you'll find it within the 40+ pages of this special report. All the "personalities" of these locales are sliced and diced for you. You're sure to find a hidden gem that's perfect for you.
AND Special Report #7: Your Mexico Rolodex and Resource Guide. This is another document you won't want to leave home without. You'll find pages and pages of resources that you can rely on to help streamline your scouting trip and your move to Mexico. Websites, email addresses, phone numbers, costs for services…it's all there…from accommodation and restaurants to airlines and shuttle services…to attorney, healthcare providers, moving/shipping and real estate contacts, language schools and much more, including handy travel apps you can load on your phone or tablet to make navigating your way around Mexico as easy and inexpensive as possible.
As you know, there's only so much you can absorb when you're reading about and researching a place. You do a "Google search" and tens of thousands of links come up. It's so hard to know whose opinion to trust. And the sheer volume of information can be overwhelming.
But that's what makes this Mexico All Access so special—and so useful. Jason Holland shares his real-world insights directly with you via video. He cuts right to the chase, right there in living color, and he answers every question you have about Mexico. I guarantee it.
And ONE MORE SPECIAL BONUS…
Here’s how I’m so sure Mexico All Access answers all your questions. Recently, we compiled the most commonly asked questions from our readers about life in Mexico. And we asked Jason to answer them.
We recorded a Q&A Session with Jason, where he answers all of these questions—and more—in detail. We’re including this special "Mexico All Access Mastermind Session" for you on the Mexico All Access website so you can watch it any time you like.
Guarantee # 1—I guarantee Mexico All Access will help you find the perfect Mexico lifestyle that's right for you. A place where you can live better than ever…stretch your retirement dollars…and have the time and funds to travel, relax, and enjoy life…
Guarantee # 2—I guarantee it will deliver the real-world solutions you need to get from where you are now to where you want to be…so that in just a handful of months, you could have "boots on the ground" in a part of Mexico you love. But if you feel the solutions we offer aren't for you, we'll give you a full refund. In other words, the risk is all ours.
Guarantee # 3—Should you decide to ask for a refund, you've got a full 30 days to do it. If you don't feel that Mexico All Access: Your Blueprint to the ¡Viva México! Lifestyle, can help you to a new life in Mexico, just let us know within 30 days and we'll refund every penny. That's how confident we are in the depth and breadth of information this Blueprint provides.
The joyfulness of Mexico…the laidback lifestyle, reminiscent of a kinder, gentler time in history…and with the modern pleasures and amenities now available and so affordable…
All this makes Mexico hard to resist.
The good news, though, is that it's all within your grasp. You don't need millions in the bank to capitalize on the opportunities in Mexico—one of the best-value retirement options you'll find. With so much to offer.
In Mexico, you can have the life you've been dreaming of. You can have it all…and on a monthly budget of $1,400 to $1,905 or less.
If you're looking to be close to home…yet far from the turmoil, stress, and skyrocketing expenses you'll find in the States these days…and instead, live amidst neighbors that will welcome you with open arms…where you can actually afford top-quality healthcare…have access to farm-fresh, healthy food…and a great year-round climate…
On the beach, in the mountains, or in the center of a colorful colonial town like “The Next San Miguel”…where you can live well for $22,860 a year or less (just $16,800 if you're single)…you'll find all that and more in Mexico.
And in Mexico All Access: Your Blueprint to the ¡Viva México! Lifestyle, Jason Holland shows you exactly how to make it happen…how you can settle into a far better, more affordable, healthier life and do it seamlessly, enjoyably, confidently…
Think about it: A handful of months from now, you could be sitting on your own terrace, a hot cup of Mexican coffee or a frosty, delicious cerveza in hand, watching the sun play against the mountains or set over the gorgeous blue ocean…
I hope you'll let us show you how…just click below now and we'll get you started.
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Senior Editor, International Living
P.S. If you have any doubt that Mexico offers the very best lifestyle—at a very affordable price—your mind will definitely be changed after you've sifted through the 14 professional videos, the seven comprehensive special reports, including the hefty resource rolodex that make up Mexico All Access: Your Blueprint to the ¡Viva México! Lifestyle.
If you've always loved the idea of retiring in real comfort…where you don't have to worry about rising healthcare costs and crime rates, out-of-control government spending or crazy politics…
Then I encourage you to take a look at Mexico All Access: Your Blueprint to the ¡Viva México! Lifestyle. It was created with you in mind.
Follow the blueprint Jason has created for you. Let him introduce you to the special places he's discovered—including “The Next San Miguel,” the colonial expat town where you can live for as little as $800 a month. Let him share his expert insights with you and help you shave months…even years…off your learning curve.
Mexico All Access: Your Blueprint to the ¡Viva México! Lifestyle is like taking a whirlwind investment and lifestyle tour of Mexico. Only instead of paying thousands of dollars for the travel fees and expert advice, we hand it all to you right there in the comfort of your own home for just $499 $249 when you take advantage of this special offer and order your Mexico All Access: Your Blueprint to the ¡Viva México! Lifestyle now.
Remember, there's no risk to you. You have our 100% Money-Back Guarantee.
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Note from Dan Prescher: I spend much of my time in Mexico…in Mérida, on the Yucatán peninsula. It's one of the nicest, easiest, and most affordable retirement destinations in the world. You'll learn all about it in your Mexico All Access.
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