10 Best Cities in Mexico to relocate from the United States.



10 Best Cities in Mexico to relocate from the United States.

Are you a United States resident thinking about living in Mexico? More and more US citizens are deciding to work, retire or just live in Mexico. Most go for the lower cost of living while others go just to leave the United States.
Mexico has affordable health care, affordable housing, and a very low cost of living in most parts. If you have ever thought about living the ex-pat life in Mexico this video could help. These are some of the best places in Mexico for Americans to make that dream a reality
San Miguel de Allende
Merida
Tulum
Ensenada
Mazatlan
Alamos
Durango
Sayulita
Campeche
Best Place to live in Mexico

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34 comments

  1. I went down to Mexico for my company. Very dangerous.Banditos everywhere. People in our company down there would not allow us out by ourselves. Also good luck when the chips are on the table and you need emergency health care.

  2. It’s great to know that many Americans have moved and continue to move to Mexico, so they can ruin and be obnoxious in that country too. LOL
    As they say, you can dress up an American, but you can’t take them anywhere. 🤣

  3. So American to make it all about the money. So glad you did not list my pueblo. Who wants people who come here because its cheap? Mexico is a great country with a great culture but how would you know if you are not willing to learn the language and get to know real Mexican people? Go live in Florida or Texas.

  4. Any list like this will, by it's nature, leave out something that will have other wondering, But Cuidad Oaxaca, capital of the state of Oaxaca is in My top three choices to live in Mexico. Lower than San Miguel de Allende (and Mexico City) for those like me who lose energy in the thinner air. But still high enough in the mountains to be cooler many evenings while being warm during the day. Also lots for retirees to do, tons of cultural things that resident expats volunteer at to keep themselves active. Still without being totally overrun by the tourist industry.

  5. Very unexpected choice on Durango. And really surprised not to see Puebla, Guanajuato or Guadalajara in your list. Nevertheless, thanks for the video. I like your vibe.

  6. I live in Mérida. Im 55 and was born here. Mérida has always been safe. Your cartel theory is not accurate.

  7. 3k per month cost? many, many ppl in US are living off that now per month… it seems a bit high to have to have 3k per month in Mexico

  8. i like briggs but he is way out of his element here, much better info available on channels that have spent time in mx

  9. The secret of your future is hidden in your daily routine. Successful people do daily what the unsuccessful only do occasionally!

  10. Nope McAllen, Texas and Harlingen Texas. You could RV park it. Learn to cook like personal chef plenty recipe on line. All you need is ac and WiFi. All you need is a clear view of palm trees. Problem in Mexico it be no problem for cartels to chain you up get pin number.

  11. Boy are you wrong! Do you live in Mexico, i do and have traveled throughout Mexico. Check out the recent restrictions they are enforcing.

  12. tijuana, nogales juarez cacahotan Chihuahua, dos mexicanos con dijos, Coatzacoalcos, salsa verde de las virgenes,

  13. Your theory about Merida being a safe friendship club for cartels seems far fetched but who knows, when ive been there the people are nice relaxed and only get nasty when they get behind the wheel

  14. Thanks for the effort, just a heads up – it's Merida, mer rhymes with hair. You would have a little more credibility if you nailed the pronunciations. Thanks again.

  15. I literary stopped the video to let you know that your pronunciation is destroying my soul. I mean "Yuck-etan"? Really? Lol

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10 Best Cities in Mexico to relocate from the United States.



10 Best Cities in Mexico to relocate from the United States.

Are you a United States resident thinking about living in Mexico? More and more US citizens are deciding to work, retire or just live in Mexico. Most go for the lower cost of living while others go just to leave the United States.
Mexico has affordable health care, affordable housing, and a very low cost of living in most parts. If you have ever thought about living the ex-pat life in Mexico this video could help. These are some of the best places in Mexico for Americans to make that dream a reality
San Miguel de Allende
Merida
Tulum
Ensenada
Mazatlan
Alamos
Durango
Sayulita
Campeche
Best Place to live in Mexico

#Mexico

🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹
🔶My Other Channels:
🟥 On This Day

🟥 According To Briggs

🟪Stuff I use:
Microphone:
Boom Arm:
Sound Cage:
Software:
Lighting:

❤Things You should watch or listen to:
Hermens Outdoors:

Caffeinated Humor Podcast:

Kimmie the Explorer:

Business & Voice over email: World2Briggs@gmail.com

Mailing Address: World According to Briggs
20449 SW Tualatin Valley Hwy
# 354
Aloha, Oregon 97003

48 comments

  1. I went down to Mexico for my company. Very dangerous.Banditos everywhere. People in our company down there would not allow us out by ourselves. Also good luck when the chips are on the table and you need emergency health care.

  2. It’s great to know that many Americans have moved and continue to move to Mexico, so they can ruin and be obnoxious in that country too. LOL
    As they say, you can dress up an American, but you can’t take them anywhere. 🤣

  3. So American to make it all about the money. So glad you did not list my pueblo. Who wants people who come here because its cheap? Mexico is a great country with a great culture but how would you know if you are not willing to learn the language and get to know real Mexican people? Go live in Florida or Texas.

  4. Any list like this will, by it's nature, leave out something that will have other wondering, But Cuidad Oaxaca, capital of the state of Oaxaca is in My top three choices to live in Mexico. Lower than San Miguel de Allende (and Mexico City) for those like me who lose energy in the thinner air. But still high enough in the mountains to be cooler many evenings while being warm during the day. Also lots for retirees to do, tons of cultural things that resident expats volunteer at to keep themselves active. Still without being totally overrun by the tourist industry.

  5. Very unexpected choice on Durango. And really surprised not to see Puebla, Guanajuato or Guadalajara in your list. Nevertheless, thanks for the video. I like your vibe.

  6. I live in Mérida. Im 55 and was born here. Mérida has always been safe. Your cartel theory is not accurate.

  7. 3k per month cost? many, many ppl in US are living off that now per month… it seems a bit high to have to have 3k per month in Mexico

  8. i like briggs but he is way out of his element here, much better info available on channels that have spent time in mx

  9. The secret of your future is hidden in your daily routine. Successful people do daily what the unsuccessful only do occasionally!

  10. Nope McAllen, Texas and Harlingen Texas. You could RV park it. Learn to cook like personal chef plenty recipe on line. All you need is ac and WiFi. All you need is a clear view of palm trees. Problem in Mexico it be no problem for cartels to chain you up get pin number.

  11. Boy are you wrong! Do you live in Mexico, i do and have traveled throughout Mexico. Check out the recent restrictions they are enforcing.

  12. tijuana, nogales juarez cacahotan Chihuahua, dos mexicanos con dijos, Coatzacoalcos, salsa verde de las virgenes,

  13. Your theory about Merida being a safe friendship club for cartels seems far fetched but who knows, when ive been there the people are nice relaxed and only get nasty when they get behind the wheel

  14. Thanks for the effort, just a heads up – it's Merida, mer rhymes with hair. You would have a little more credibility if you nailed the pronunciations. Thanks again.

  15. I literary stopped the video to let you know that your pronunciation is destroying my soul. I mean "Yuck-etan"? Really? Lol

  16. Come on Briggs! Probably an hour with a language teacher and you could pronounce the names of those cities! Just sayin'……😊

  17. 3K are you crazy you can live in Mexico for under 1000 per month any time If you want to live in luxury that will be another history

  18. One thing You Will find very useful in Mexico is that almost all drugstores have general doctors and many of them are 24 hrs open. If you have a headache or you eat something, or check your pressure if you don't feel well, or whatever they can check you quickly and prescribe the correct medicine you need and it cost like 2 or 3 dollars and then You Buy the medicine in the drugstore.

  19. Wow, what an informative and fun video on Mexico. After having lived here more than 30 years I think you did a remarkable job of putting so much information into a 15 minute video. As a resident of Alamos 'thanks' for including this pristine Spanish Colonial village in the list. The village is both a National Monument and a Pueblo Magico, however your 2,500 foreigner number was off. The village is about 25,000 residents of which about 1% (or 250) are foreigners. It is the site of the largest music festival in the Americas every January (Covid excluded) with our last attendance for the nine day event at 110,000 music and dance lovers.

  20. I am more shocked at the over 60 years of genocide in Chicago. I have given solutions. How come Singapore does not have these problems?

    FYI:

    Thank you for your excellent videos! I have my apartment in Queretaro,Mexico now, and will be arriving on November 2, 2021.

    1-800-GOT JUNK did an excellent job of removing my stuff, so now I own 2 suitcase and a backpack.

    I always saw EL GRITO parades in Acapulco since 1962.

    I speak Spanish as a second language

    I stay at home and order groceries. I tour online. I traveled from age 20-73, and now at 79 next month, I am contented being home watching you beautiful people. Stay blessed always.

    Look up Vicente Guerrero and his museum in Cuahiniculapa, Gro.

    Vaporub is great for mosquitoes.

    Judi

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