Healthcare in Mexico | Myths and Facts

Posted March 20, 2010 by & filed under Healthcare, Mexico, Retirement.

By: Charles Sipe – Mexico Real Estate Investment For foreigners who are considering a move to Mexico, one important concern is the quality of healthcare. Often images of Third World conditions or swine flu emerge when most people think of “healthcare” and “Mexico.” However, the reality is that for foreigners living in Mexico, the quality… Read more »

International Insurance Plans for Foreigners in Mexico

Posted February 4, 2010 by & filed under Healthcare, Retirement, Travel Medical Insurance.

by Tom Hamrick It is advisable to have international health insurance while traveling or living as an expatriate in Mexico. Having an international health plan gives a person, family or group a variety of choices when it comes to health care. For example, a person covered by such a plan can choose a private hospital… Read more »

The Best Retirement Communities in Mexico: Near the United States

Posted October 8, 2009 by & filed under Mexico, Retirement, Rocky Point, San Felipe.

This article is a continuation of an article posted last week on retirement in Mexico. This week we talk about great retirement options near the U.S. border. Rocky Point Rocky Point (also known as Puerto Peñasco) has become very popular as a travel destination and for retirement. It’s close proximity to the U.S. border and… Read more »

Retirement in Mexico: Mexico’s Best Retirement Communities

Posted September 28, 2009 by & filed under Destinations, Playa del Carmen, Retirement.

The cost of living in Mexico makes it the ideal spot for retirement – an individual or couple can easily fit a retirement income to a comfortable lifestyle. Some of the other reasons to retire in Mexico include: beaches and countryside full of history and beauty, multitudes of activities in which to participate, low cost… Read more »