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The 9 Top Spots For Americans Who Want To Live In Mexico

9 Top Spots For Living In Mexico In most of the countries I talk about, there is usually one stand-out place. Sometimes, two... When I talk about Colombia, for instance, Medellín comes out tops. In the Dominican Republic, it's the Samana Peninsula. In Belize, it's a toss-up between the Cayo and the Cayes. But in Mexico, there are so many top options for living and investing on the table that it's hard to pick a winner.
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