When it comes to choosing the right place to put down roots there are many factors to consider. On the one hand, it has to be about what’s best for you. But, if you are moving with your family, you will need to consider what is best for each individual as well as your family as a whole.
As Club Caribe members, we know you are pretty clear about the reasons why Mexico is such a great destination to visit on vacation; but, have you considered what makes it a great place to settle either as a winter home or to become a permanent resident?
Take a look below at what makes Puerto Vallarta a great choice as a place to live in Mexico.
Puerto Vallarta’s Charm
Puerto Vallarta is charming, so charming, in fact, that many of the snowbirds who come here year on year end up moving permanently. The oceanside setting and stunning architecture, combined with the low cost of living and amazing amenities, make it a place where you can live life to its fullest.
A destination for all ages
While Puerto Vallarta is a haven for retirees, it is also becoming more popular among families, couples, and singletons as well. The spectacular natural setting, flanked between the ocean and the Sierra Madre mountains, means there are great outdoor activities for people of all ages all year round. There are also some truly wonderful bilingual schools in the city, too for your children or grandchildren to attend.
Many of the people who mouth south of the border to Puerto Vallarta come for a change in pace and lifestyle; the relaxed rules and chilled out pace of living make it a refreshing change for many. If you are suffering from stress related illnesses back home, a move to Banderas Bay could be just the solution.
Cost of Living
The cost of living is exceedingly reasonable in Puerto Vallarta, and you’ll find that your dollars will go much further, and not just because of the favorable exchange rate. From reasonably priced private health insurance that includes care at top quality private hospitals, to gourmet restaurants you can afford to dine at any day of the week, to supermarket bills that don’t break the bank, your pocketbook will thank you for a move south.
On top of all this, you will be pleased to read that contrary to what you might see in the media about safety in Mexico as a whole, Puerto Vallarta has a relatively low crime rate. Keeping the peace is a key priority for the local and federal government as tourism is such a major part of the economy here.
If you want to know more about the benefits of full and fractional ownership at Garza Blanca Preserve in Puerto Vallarta, please call Maria Estela on: +1 844 598 3564 or visit the real estate office in person.