we'll take you there
Beautiful, affordable, relaxed
International Living's #1 Retirement haven for 2017
Live in comfort as a couple for under $2,000 a month, including home, medical, and household assistance
With more than 1 million American and Canadian expats living in Mexico, finding the right community for your needs can be simple.
Mexico provides excellent medical coverage and care at a fraction of the price of US services.
Retire with Mexico ASAP
When you put your move in our hands, know that you're getting more than just a moving company. We are the USA-Mexico specialists, and our expertise will start your retirement off the right way.
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Frequently asked questions
The cost to retire in Mexico depends on the amenities you’re looking for, but a general estimate for two people is a bit over $2,100 per month total to live comfortably. This includes a two bedroom house, health care, a maid service and gardener, groceries, utilities, dining out and entertainment.
General medical costs are much lower in Mexico for very high quality care. Doctor and specialist visits usually range from $35-$45, with overnight hospital stays averaging $120. Public health insurance is available with a general cost of $300 to $400 per year, with private insurance also available.
Yes! To receive your benefits while living in Mexico, you have the option to receive a check by mail, or have your benefits direct deposited into your Mexican or American bank account (American accounts would require a cash card to access the funds).
Whether you are looking to rent or buy a property, listings are available through USA or Mexico-based websites, real estate agents, and local businesses. If you need assistance in finding an agent or deciding what area is best for your needs, let us know and we’ll be happy to help in finding your dream home.
For a move to Mexico, you will need a FM-3 Non-immigrant visa, or FM-2 immigrant visa in addition to proof of residency, paperwork for bringing your household goods, and any certificates for your pets, as needed. Additional forms will be required depending on your circumstances – we are happy to connect you with appropriate assistance and provide resources for the completion of this process.