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Top Living in Mexico Books

Guest Author - Debra Conrad

Whether youíre looking forward to retirement or simply want a place to get away there are many benefits to living in Mexico. If youíve never been to Mexico or are unsure how to go about living in Mexico then the best place to start is with a bit of research.

Here are the top Living in Mexico Books to get you started on your path to a life of sun, adventure and relaxation:


The pinnacle guide on living in Mexico is The Plain Truth About Living in Mexico: The Expatriate's Guide to Moving, Retiring, or Just Hanging Out (Paperback) by Doug and Cynthia M. Bower. This book covers everything from whether you can afford to live in Mexico to dealing with potential crime. It also addresses customs and culture as well as what happens when you get sick. Published by Universal Publishers and available at Amazon The Plain Truth About Living in Mexico costs around $17.95.

Another great selection is Live Well in Mexico: How to Relocate, Retire, and Increase Your Standard of Living (The Live Well Series) (Paperback) by Ken Luboff. This lovely book begins by painting a beautiful picture of the lifestyle many people dream of. Youíll learn about culture, cuisine and the topography of Mexico. The author also delves into the frequently asked questions would be expatriates are sure to have including getting a job or hiring help, communications, how to make the move, rent or buy and rules of etiquette.
Ken Luboff is also the author of a book titled Living Abroad in Mexico (Living Abroad). Both are available at Amazon and cost between $15 and $18.
Choose Mexico for Retirement, 10th: Information for Travel, Retirement, Investment, and Affordable Living (Choose Retirement Series) (Paperback) by John Howells and Don Merwin is a handy go to guide for those who are ready to take the plunge and move to Mexico permanently.



Other notable Living In Mexico books include:

Cashing in on a Second Home in Mexico How to Buy, Rent and Profit from Property South of the Border by Tom Kelly and Mitch Creekmore.
Live Better South Of The Border In Mexico: Practical Advice For Living And Working (Live Better South of the Border in Mexico) by Mike Nelson

How To Buy Real Estate In Mexico by Dennis, John Peyton
Mexican Lives by Judith Adler Hellman
How to Do Business in Mexico: Your Essential and Up-to-Date Guide for Success: Glenn Reed, Roger Gray
Many of these books are available at your local library however as conditions and laws change and evolve regarding living and moving to Mexico itís important to make sure your research is up to date. Make sure youíre reading a current edition of the book or check them out at your local bookstore.

Researching a move to Mexico can be exciting. Get started with these top living in Mexico books.
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