According to a recent article in Money Talk News, Puerto Vallarta is the second best place to retire and get more from your retirement savings in the world.
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Faraway locations beckon to some retirees, but many more prefer living within a fairly short plane ride of the States. Mexico, with its low costs, warm weather and tradition of hospitality, fits the bill. Puerto Vallarta is on Mexico’s Pacific coast, in the state of Nayarit. “Its combination of first-class urban amenities and charming palm-fringed villages have made it an appealing retiree draw,” says AARP Magazine. Some 40,000 expatriates and foreign retirees live in Puerto Vallarta, according to U.S. News & World Report.We are very lucky to have access to such a world renowned location. Let's hope the price of this beautiful place does not escalate beyond our collective abilities to afford it.
A two-bedroom furnished apartment with an ocean view can be had in Puerto Vallarta for around $1,000 a month — and less as you move further inland, International Living.com editors say, in an article published by the Huffington Post.
Safety is an important consideration today in Mexico, so make it part of your research. Reports from American visitors and residents there vary widely. While some parts of Mexico suffer from extreme gang violence, others are safer. Here is the U.S. State Department’s Mexico travel advisory.