I try to honestly tell you the good and bad points about living in Mexico.Frankly, Mexico is not the cheapest country in the world to live.Nobody knows exactly how many expats there are, but in the winter it seems like there are a more of them than locals in some areas. I think it is fair to say you can live comfortably in well-known gringo destinations in Mexico for about ,000 to ,000, single, or ,000 to ,000, for a couple, per year in most places.It is still possible to live on ,000 to ,000, single, or ,000 to ,000, couple, or less in some non-gringo locations, if you are really frugal. I once met a young lady (67) whose income is only Social Security and she lucked into a small apartment in Ajijic, Jalisco, on Lake Chapala. Housing in gringo areas is comparable to many parts of the United States. There is (generally) no discernible relationship between the value of houses for sale and the amount of rent charged.Milenio Television is a Television cable news channel owned by Grupo Multimedios.The news programming uses Milenio newspaper journalists, one of the largest newspapers in the country.Programming is 24 hours a day, through news, analysis and specialized programs.
It's providing Educational programs from the National Polytechnic Institute (Instituto Politécnico Nacional).
If you don't want to believe that's fine, just don't consider moving to Mexico because you already have the wrong attitude. embassy in Mexico City estimates that there are more than 1,000,000 Americans living in Mexico and an estimated 500,000 Canadians live in Mexico, at least part-time.
Living in Mexico is a good decision for many people. That is hogwash used by people who want to sell you something.
Safety of living in Mexico is still most people's first concern.
Ask any gringo living in Mexico if he / she feels safe living in Mexico.