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MexZip Launches New Website To Specialize In Retirement Real Estate In Mexico

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MexZip offers the hard working baby boomer generation the best resources for finding an ideal retirement spot in Mexico.

Merida, Yucatan, Yuc, Mexico – March 6, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

The baby boomer generation, so named due to the rapid inflation in child-birth rates after World War II until 1964, created America as we know it today and this generation is often referred to as the hardest working generation, responsible for the high-stress, high-stakes corporate structure we now see driving global commerce. After defining a nation, many of these baby boomers are now seeking to enjoy retirement, and a surprising number of them are emigrating to Mexico. MexZip is a new website that offers insights as to why people may want to consider Mexico for retirement, together with the latest information on real estate developments in the area.

Mexico’s cost of living is much lower than in the US, and the Yucatan peninsula is known for its amazing natural beauty and healthy tourism industry- ideal for supporting an ex-pat community of English speaking denizens. The best way to enjoy this region is by buying a property in Merida, and MexZip has all the information individuals could need.

The site offers a guide to retiring in Mexico, covering every step of how to move to Mexico from initial scouting to property buying to visas to activities and areas of interest. This guide identifies Merida as the latest hot-spot in which to spend a leisurely retirement.

A spokesperson for MexZip explained, “Merida, Yucatan has grown to become one of the best places in Mexico for retiring and living a peaceful life. Merida’s ideal location near the beaches of Progreso and Cancun guarantee the area has great facilities and amenities, sunny weather, and great security. The region has an historic culture, caring people and no shortage of recreational activities to enjoy during retirement. Our website has the latest information on current real estate deals and developments so our users can get ahead of the curve and secure the best properties in which to enjoy their hard-earned retirement.”

About MexZip:
MexZip is a site dedicated to provide the latest Mexico real estate news, latest residential projects in development enabling baby boomers find their dream place for retiring in Mexico. At MexZip, users can find the best private residential clubs, land, Haciendas and luxury apartments in Mexico where they can buy an affordable property and live out their retirement years in comfort, peace and sunshine.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.mexzip.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Ray Ayuso
Email: admin@mexzip.com
Phone: 9210502
Organization: Mexzip

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/mexzip-launches-new-website-to-specialize-in-retirement-real-estate-in-mexico/35154

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