Which is the best place to live in Mexico

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This place has many favorable factors such as security, cultural life and good future development prospects

Mexico is a privileged country with a great diversity both gastronomic and cultural, which is why living here is a great privilege; however, it is also well known that there are many factors that can make housing difficult in certain areas, especially factors such as insecurity, wages and now, even, the issue of water availability.

That is why perhaps not all destinations are attractive to move to live but there are some cities that have good potential to live and settle.

One of these cities, which has remained in the top for several years, according to various specialized sites in housing and tourism, is undoubtedly, the city of Mérida.

Mérida has distinguished itself as the preferred city to reside in Mexico in this 2024, thanks to key factors such as its high level of security and the remarkable potential in the real estate sector that it presents.

Located in the Yucatan peninsula, the region stands out for its security and for being a strategic point for real estate investments especially due to the low costs of the land that is currently offered.

The geographical location of Mérida, with accessibility by land, sea and air, reinforces its connection both nationally and internationally, are other reasons why this city is a strategic site to live as it is very well connected and allows you to move easily to different points not only of the country but of other Caribbean countries.

In addition, the proximity to important tourist destinations and its link with the Cancun airport, which offers direct flights to multiple international destinations, adds value to its residential appeal.

The tropical climate of Mérida, along with its stability against natural disasters such as earthquakes, complements the many reasons why it is becoming a preferred destination for retirement, especially for those who seek to escape the hustle and bustle of larger cities both from Mexico and abroad.

For its part, Mérida ranked third as the best rated in terms of security, only below La Paz and Los Cabos, according to the latest edition of the National Urban Public Security Survey.

As if that were not enough, a recent study pointed out which states will have a higher probability of suffering water problems by 2050 where Yucatán was found at moderate risk.

Although other states such as Veracruz and Tabasco were better rated in that study, the truth is that they suffer from insecurity and lack of employment problems, unlike Mérida.

Despite all the benefits for many a disadvantageous point could be the climate but, despite being hot and tropical, it is a stable and more pleasant climate than that of many other states in the country.

Finally, Mérida is a city that is not prone to natural disasters such as earthquakes and although hurricanes can affect it, it does not hit it directly as it happens in other coastal cities.

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Other cities or municipalities that are also well evaluated to live are:

In addition to Mérida, the following cities have also been evaluated as attractive places to live for their low security rates, their quality of life, their cultural offer as well as for being quiet and developing cities.

San Pedro Garza García, Monterrey:

Campeche, Campeche

Querétaro

Saltillo, Coahuila

Source: Infobae