Since 2014, the Mexican peso has massively declined against the US dollar. In January, the peso hit an all-time low of nearly 22 (it was in the 12-13 range a few years ago).
Mexico just screamed value.
It was time to check out just how cheap Mexico had become. So I sent a trusted team member to scope out the situation and report back.
Predictably, he found some unbelievable real estate deals.
Real estate has been one of the most popular asset classes to own, and not without a reason: You can easily relate to it, it holds value over time, you can even make money if you buy at the right time and location.
It can be hard to make money, however, if property of your choice is expensive, as it is the case in many cities across the US, Canada and elsewhere today.
That’s why I am excited to present you with the real estate market that is cheap. And how you can buy such a valued property as part of your Plan B.
a) if you’ve ever considered Mexico as a place to retire, or
b) if you’re looking for ways to diversify internationally and trade your overvalued US dollars for real assets…
Then you should definitely have a look at today’s alert…
P.S. By the way, if you are interested in a foreign residency (and especially if you are a retiree), you might want to check our recent alert on obtaining Mexican residency as well.
For US dollar investors, a can’t miss opportunity opened earlier this year. Since 2014, the Mexican peso has massively declined against the US dollar. In January, the peso hit an all-time low of nearly 22 (it was in the 12-13 range a few years ago). Mexico just screamed value. It was time to check out…