Retire to Mexico? Let Me Help!

Retire to

Mexico?

Let me help!

Just in case

you’re

wondering:

Yes, you can

retire early, reduce your cost-of-

living, and live better than you do

now, in Mexico.

Rest assured thousands of people have already done it. Mexico is where they live, work, and play. People from all walks of life are living the good life for a lot cheaper than they could do it anywhere else.

Retire to Mexico

Dick and Barbie

Indeed, Mexico has it all: Lower healthcare costs, pleasant weather, idyllic lifestyle, and so much more. Mexico will help you save money on practically everything you need right now. Imagine slashing your living costs by a third… or even a half. That’s a lot of money in your pocket!

YES… You CAN live, work and own property in Mexico — without having to give up your present citizenship. It’s not a trick. It’s not a loophole. It’s a fact and it’s your right.

Why put it off when virtually anyone can enjoy an abundant retirement with luxuries and amenities that — usually — only the rich enjoy… a life of abundance, prosperity, luxury. Stress free living is just that: completely stress free… and you don’t have to be a millionaire to enjoy this kind of luxurious lifestyle.

So what will your life be like in Mexico?

How much does it really cost?

Most importantly, how do you get started?

This article answers all of these questions for you. My newsletter, my free reports and my books provide you all the information to retire to Mexico that you need.

If you’re looking for the perfect place to retire… a place to vacation to… a place to escape the winter months, you’ll discover why more and more people are choosing Mexico to make ends meet — and getting more bang for their bucks.

So read all about it! I’ve got lots and lots of information waiting for you right here, so dig in and enjoy.

Oh yes… and I almost forgot! If you feel like commenting on any article, please be my guest.  At the end of each article, there’s a little “add comment” feature — so feel free to make use of it. I *do* get a lot of email and keep pretty busy, but I guarantee you will always get a reply from me!

Addition Feb 3, 2013 – the amount you need to move to Mexico has changed – see – http://consulmex.sre.gob.mx/detroit/index.php/info-english

“Retire In Luxury” by Barbie

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75 Responses to Retire to Mexico? Let Me Help!

  1. Jeff

    August 1, 2011 at 4:51 pm

    Hello,please send pics. Of house in can cun…..thanks Jeff

  2. Ollieburger

    August 2, 2011 at 9:22 am

    I have been researching places to retire in Mexico for several years. I am already retired on S.S. plus a small (less than $300) pension. My husband also has a small S.S. check. We are not able to afford high monthly costs (between the 2 of us we bring in roughly $2,300), but it would appear that we can live comfortably in many places in Mexico. We have looked most recently at the Pacific Coast between Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo, but the area we like most (La Manzanilla) is still quite a ways from a good major hospital. My husband is quite healthy at 67, but I am now 69 and had triple bypass surgery several years ago. My cardiologist keeps a close watch on my health, and I’m in good shape now, but it would be foolish for me to think I’m never again going to need cardiac surgery. Having lived in Florida for eons, we both love warm weather and the beach areas, and I have finally discovered the Yucatan. Puerto Morelos and Merida are appealing, but so is San Cristobal de las Casas. I am looking for the most up-to-date healthcare and cost of living information on this area. Any resources would be most appreciated.

  3. Barbie

    Barbie

    August 2, 2011 at 8:19 pm

    Hi – Do keep reading, and check all my articles under health, healthcare, IMSS, etc. Best to you and Hubby! Barbie

  4. Barbie

    Barbie

    August 2, 2011 at 8:22 pm

    Okay Readers – someone needs help – send pics of houses in Cancun, please – I’ll post them. Thanks, Barbie

  5. Joanne

    August 7, 2011 at 5:53 am

    Love Acapulco and want to spend 4-6 months there in the winter. Wanting a one bedroom apt. I am on a fixed income of about 1,300 a month. Have a place this winter but has no AC looking for something more practical.

    OKAY – Readers – can anyone help Joanne? Barbie

  6. Julie Miljevich

    August 10, 2011 at 12:21 pm

    Hi Linda, I live in Minnesota also, i am wanting to move to mazatlan, I have a studio for the november 2011 to march let me know if you get down there and if your enjoying yourself. I may need a roomate also.

  7. Simon Loftus@Amistad Real Estate La Paz

    August 23, 2011 at 5:17 pm

    Hi Barbie,

    I have recently retired to La Paz, or at least it feels like that compared to my previous job working in a Bank in England.

    It is certainly true what you say about the lower cost of living. Forgetting some the common sense things such as Gas and Household bills, it is amazing how much cheaper things such as food can be, although you HAVE to shop around.

    I have been here 5 weeks, although have visited La Paz (where I live now) numerous times before, and I have just about found the best places to buy things now, but I keep finding new places with better selection at better prices. Unlike in the US or the UK the small businesses outnumber the large corporates meaning you get fewer stores with everything in, but when you do find them they appreciate the business so much more and if you go regularly you can get some really great deals.

    Love the forum, reminds me of a UK one I miss called MoneySavingExpert.

    Simon.

  8. Barbie

    Barbie

    August 27, 2011 at 7:09 pm

    Thanks for writing, Simon. Appreciate you taking the time to do so. AND – England is having it’s problems – hopefully things will change for them and the U.S., soon. Barbie

  9. Jed

    February 20, 2012 at 8:05 am

    Hi, im 19 and im a freshman in college going for my business degree. How about the jobs, or small businesses i could own in mexico? And could i afford to live there? (somewhere close to the ocean)

  10. Barbie

    Barbie

    February 27, 2012 at 3:36 pm

    Hi Jed, Sure you can run businesses in Mexico. Internet businesses are great – anywhere. Yes, you can afford to live in Mexico – read my articles – you’ll have no questions about that. Then, about working in Mexico – I want you to read this article: http://moneysavingmexico.com/?p=65
    (please read all my articles, so you know what you’re getting into before making a decision.)

  11. Mike

    March 20, 2012 at 10:26 pm

    Excellent post, Barbie! Thank you again!

  12. Michael

    March 21, 2012 at 8:48 pm

    Thanks for the info, Barbie!

  13. Janet

    March 22, 2012 at 7:30 am

    Love your Mexico retirement blog! You’re a very professional blogger. I have joined your newsletter. Thanks!

  14. Barbie

    Barbie

    March 23, 2012 at 12:52 pm

    I do thank you very much. Barbie

  15. Rell

    April 22, 2012 at 10:15 am

    We would like a contact in the Ensenada are for expat communities or at least which communities to look at. We have looked at the Rosarito area and it is very nice, but it seems there would be a lot more to do in Ensenada. We are just not sure were to look.

    Thanks

  16. Barbie

    Barbie

    April 23, 2012 at 2:20 pm

    Please read: http://moneysavingmexico.com/?p=274 and http://moneysavingmexico.com/?s=ensenada
    And, I did send your email to the contact in Ensenada – they moved there a couple of years ago, and absolutely loved it. I hope she reads your blog and responds to one of us. Barbie

  17. Rell

    April 29, 2012 at 1:16 pm

    Thanks – I hope so too! It would be great to talk to someone there!!

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  19. robert springer

    November 22, 2012 at 4:26 pm

    hi to all //[[”?? i am 65 retired and live in cd. juarez mx. at this time i am looking for 1or 2 other people i am a man also .to share travel exp. in winter to go to in to mex. let me know so we can talk i have a van i travel in and gas is getting high price so like to share ..we can rent a house 1or2 bed room for 100. to 250. per mo. i rent a 2 bed room now for 120 per mo.

  20. Frank Higgins

    January 26, 2013 at 6:36 pm

    Hi to all!
    I just got back from a few years in Mexico, Honduras.
    They were great.
    The reason i am back is Social Security “needed” to see me i person for some stupid reason. It took all of about 15 minutes when i went in. Anyway it’s over and i am headed back later this year.
    The best advice i could give any of you reading Barbie’s blog is “read her newsletter”. Although i had in the past already lived in Honduras the info was very helpful. Later this year i am headed back. One thing that i did that most do not is stay at one location the entire time i was there, i saw lots of things and travel was relative cheap.
    Yall have fun when you go don’t just go and sit in your affordable apartment and watch life go by, you can do that here in the states, go live.

  21. Barbie

    Barbie

    January 31, 2013 at 1:39 pm

    Thanks, Frank – and – Ya’ll enjoy every moment you can!!!

  22. stan

    September 9, 2014 at 6:52 am

    Hi to all. I’ve read your book and have been reading your info for a few years and it has helped me in many ways, This will be my seventh year to head to Mazatlan for vacation.
    Blessed to have a job in the states that I enjoy but looking forward to more time in Mexico.
    Wanted to ask your readers if anyone has used Rosetta Stone? Would like to be able to speak Spanish.
    Take care, Stan

  23. Jesse

    September 10, 2014 at 9:39 am

    Great mexico living information. thank You

  24. Linda Thompson

    September 14, 2014 at 11:49 am

    Hi Barbie,
    I’m interested in moving to Mexico, have been for a few years now. I am on S.S. disability and have some money saved. I spoke to the S.S. Admin. about moving to Mexico. They told me that I could spend 6 months there,but I had to move back to the states after that. I really am ready to move but how am I able to stay past the six months?
    Thanks for the great e-mails, there are always informative,
    Linda Thompson

  25. Barbie

    Barbie

    October 20, 2014 at 2:44 pm

    Hi Linda – all the info in on this site. Get a pad and pencil and start reading. Best to you, Barbie

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