Properties in Mexico are available for rent from areal estate agent or directly through the owner of the property. Realtors work closely with local landlords and can provide advice about which neighbourhoods to choose and avoid. A realtor may charge a commission fee to find a suitable rental, plus a possible ongoing fee to manage the rental.
People also ask
Should I rent or buy a house in Mexico?
Renting a Home In Mexico. Many expats advise that anyone moving to the country consider renting a home in Mexico for a few months before making a final decision to buy a home or sign a long-term rental agreement.
How do I find a rental property in Mexico?
Searching for a rental usually begins online. Virtually every major city in Mexico with a sizeable expat population has websites that cater to expats looking for homes, condos or apartments to purchase or rent. Craigslist is also available in 16 cities in Mexico and has both homes to purchase and rent.
What are the common mistakes foreigners make when renting in Mexico?
A common mistake made by inexperienced foreigners renting in Mexico is to overpay for rents based on their value perception of rents in their home country. Homes in Mexico can rent for less because rents are typically aligned to local earnings.
Where are the best places to rent a vacation rental in Mexico?
Vacation rentals are most popular in the international beach resort cities such as Puerto Vallarta, Los Cabos and Cancn. Six-month contracts can be found anywhere in Mexico but are most prevalent in the popular expat centers like San Miguel de Allende and Lake Chapala where many snowbirds come to spend time away from the long winters up north.