There are so many reasons why you could choose to live in or visit Mexico. With its warm weather all year long as well as beautiful natural scenery and landscape, the country almost feels like paradise.

 Even the cost of living is pretty affordable compared to its North American neighbors. And despite all the talk about drug wars and crimes related to such, large numbers of people continue to choose Mexico as the place to live, retire, or own a vacation home. And most that have made this decision are enjoying every bit of living in this great country.

If you do choose Mexico, then you want to opt for maximum comfort, and if you want the best then you will have to pull out the checkbook. Great housing does not come cheap, and if you want the best of the best, then you will have to go to the most expensive regions. These are the five most expensive places to buy property in Mexico.

  1. Jalisco

If you’ve ever sat through the amazing piece of artistry that is a Canelo Alvarez ring introduction, then you must have heard of a place called Guadalajara, Jalisco. Guadalajara is the second biggest city in Mexico and it is situated in the state of Jalisco. Jalisco is a fairly popular state and it is located in the Northwest region of Mexico. It is probably most famous for being the birthplace and home of tequila. If you want a place with beautiful beaches, then Jalisco will introduce you to places like Puerto Vallarta.

  1. State of Mexico

The State of Mexico isn’t the biggest in the country, but that does not reduce its importance. It plays a major role in the central region of Mexico, and together with the Mexican capital, it serves as the main economic powerhouse of the country. Look out for a huge population as well as some pretty magnificent houses.

  1. Morelos

Morelos is a state with quite a fascinating history. The beautiful colonial-period architecture combined with its vibrant culture, make the state fully enthralling to its residents. There is a wide range of attractions that you can visit in the city, and that might even be one of the factors for why it is so expensive to buy property here. Anyway, it is a lovely place to visit, and even better to live in.

  1. Queretaro

This is a state that has a lot to offer to its residents. The cost of living is pretty high, but so are the facilities and the opportunities available. The climate is beautiful throughout the year, and this is as safe as it gets in Mexico. It is a very clean city with a good population for its size. There are many amenities that residents can enjoy, as well as shops and restaurants.

  1. Mexico city

 This is the capital of Mexico and it is the most populous city in the whole of North America. Mexico City is established as one of the biggest and most important economic and cultural centers in the world. The city has plenty to offer, and it is possibly the best place to live if you want to be fully immersed in the Mexican culture. There are amazing restaurants, shops, and many attractions, although the cost of living and housing is pretty high.


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