Thinking about the perfect location to move or retire to in Mexico? You have to check out Cuernavaca. In this episode, real estate agent, Andrea Dolch, shares what it’s like to live there, the weather, the types of properties available, and the cost of living in Cuernavaca. It’s a little town about 90 minutes south of Mexico City and has been known for being the Hamptoms of Mexico City.
Cuernavaca is truly a hidden gem. They call Cuernavaca the “City of Eternal Spring.” The temperature ranges from 70 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit and it is dry. Sometimes the temperature will go below 50 or over 80 degrees Fahrenheit, but people actually look forward to it because it doesn’t happen often. When the temperature hits the 50s, people are excited to put their fireplace on. Yes, people have fireplaces in Mexico!
In addition to the amazing weather, Cuernavaca is a great place to move or retire to because of the variety types of homes and communities there, the extremely welcoming expat community, easy transportation, and great healthcare. Tone in to my Conversation with Andrea to get all the details.
Real estate agent, Andrea Dolch, shares what it’s like to live in Cuernavaca, a little town about 90 minutes south of Mexico City. The temperate weather, variety of properties available, and the cost of living makes Cuernavaca truly a hidden gem.
What’s in this episode
0:00 Dream Retirement in Mexico
0:56 What’s in this episode
2:04 Where is Cuernavaca?
2:59 Weather in Cuernavaca
4:24 Rain Season
5:38 Types of homes and communities
6:53 What’s the vibe of Cuernavaca?
8:00 Real Estate
9:48 Gated communities
12:01 The expat community
14:40 How to meet people
15:47 Challenges that people face
16:33 Being patient and tolerant
22:50 What to keep in mind
25:40 Contact Andrea
What you will learn:
- What the weather is like in Cuernavaca
- Types of homes and communities available
- Real Estate in Cuernavaca
- Transportation in Cuernavaca
- What the expat community is like
- How to meet people in the expat community
- Healthcare in Cuernavaca