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Retire To Mexico: Best Mexico Retirement Communities - Articles Surfing

There are many individuals who are interested in retiring to Mexico. Not only is it a beautiful country in many locations, it is also very inexpensive to live there, especially when you compare expenses to other countries like the United States and Canada. Mexico is a place a person or couple can retire confident that they will be able to live comfortably on their retirement income.

Of course, there are many different choices when it comes to retirement communities in Mexico. Many of them are simply glorified time-share resales, which may be something that you're looking for anyway, especially if you plan to live in Mexico part time. However, if you're looking for the best Mexico retirement community, here are some choices that cannot be overlooked.

One beautiful place that should be considered is the Lake Chapala area.

Small cities like Ajijic, Chapala and Jocotepec bordering Lake Chapala attract expatriats from all over. The environment in this area is considered by many to be the most beautiful in the world. The weather is practically perfect all year round and you have many different little villages that surround the Lake to choose from. Many of these villages have an old Mexico style that includes cobblestone streets and plenty of flowering trees to enjoy throughout the year. Not only that, the area tends to be rather tranquil and is a perfect place for somebody to settle in and retire.

Lake Chapala's convenient location to the best of Guadalajara, Mexico's second largest city, makes it even more attractive. Within a 45-minute drive, retirees have access to an international airport, museums, excellent health care, American-style shopping like Wal-Mart and Blockbuster, and an exciting night life. Add to that the fact that the cost of living is very low in this area and you have one of the best places to live all wrapped up in one.

With so many English-speaking residents in the area, you don't even need to learn a new language to be comfortable living in Lake Chapala. (However, we recommend you do soak up Spanish; it's a beautiful language and familiarity with it will only further enrich your living abroad experiences.)

Another choice which might be just what you need is to buy a timeshare resale in the Mexico area. Although timeshares are typically limited in the amount of time to join them, they do generally give you anywhere from 50 to 99 years worth of ownership. If you only plan on living there during your retirement years, you can easily find one which will accommodate you. Many of these timeshares are also able to be renewed once the expiration period comes to an end. The best part about it is that many of these retirement timeshares are actually in great areas of Mexico, close to everything that you could possibly need.

You certainly have a lot of different choices when it comes to places to retire. By choosing Mexico, however, you are retiring to someplace where your dollar will go further and you have a beautiful weather and surroundings all the time. By choosing the best Mexico retirement community that you can find, you will ensure that your comfort is set for the rest of your life.

Submitted by:

Jennifer Schindel

Retire to Mexico in the beautiful communities like Ajijic or Rincon de Guayabitos. Find real estate at http://www.buymexicohomes.com



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