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Mexico Safest Cities & Places 2024

Updated: Jan 8

Many people prefer to move to places with high percentages of security, sometimes almost none, since the events that have occurred in recent years such as the pandemic bring unemployment, robberies, among other crimes that attract a lot of insecurity. In recent times the market has become more demanding with this. They have turned to other locations where they could acquire a home at a competitive price and without security problems.


Cities such as Mérida, San Pedro Garza García, San Nicolás de los Garza, Saltillo and Los Cabos stood out as some of the safest cities in Mexico 2024 by presenting the best perception of security.


1.- Mérida

Merida, the safest city in Mexico 2024, has a large real estate market for those who want to change their life and move.

Living in Merida you can enjoy its tranquility, but at the same time you will not have to drive long distances to entertain yourself. Just the Yucatan Peninsula, you can visit the cenotes, haciendas, go on a trip to Cancun, or just 30 minutes away you will find Chichen Itza, a place you must visit.


Security

The city of Mérida ranked first among the safest cities in Mexico 2024 in terms of safety and quality of life in the Urban Competitiveness Index, conducted by the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness. According to the study, Merida is among the three cities with the lowest homicide rate, and of the 73 cities evaluated, Merida is among the safest cities in Mexico with more than half of those surveyed feeling safe on the street.


Growing economy

According to the Yucatan government's publication, they affirm that Yucatan remains an attractive pole for investors thanks to its growth and competitiveness indicators, according to the diagnosis carried out by the Orange consulting firm.


Climate

The dominant climate in Mérida is tropical, which is perfect for visiting the beaches, fishing, swimming, and just relaxing. Aside from the good weather, Merida is not prone to natural disasters such as earthquakes, which ensures that your home will be kept in perfect condition, making it a city considered one of the safest cities in Mexico for natural disasters.


Quality of life.

The quality of life in Mérida is another highlight and, unlike many other states in the country, it offers the best school, work and cultural opportunities.


The educational offer is of the highest level in the country. They have the perfect balance between excellent curricula and very attractive prices; let's not forget the great scholarship opportunities offered by the government, as well as those offered by the institutions themselves.


Real Estate

With all the qualities that the city offers, it is to be expected that the White City, as it is colloquially known, is one of the safest cities to live in Mexico.


This has resulted in a high demand for housing, home buying and selling, new subdivisions, developments, among others. Today, life in Merida is synonymous with growth.

Buying a house in the city can cost 2 million 300 thousand pesos, (115,000 usd) approximately, and the rent is around 11 thousand pesos. (500 usd)


2.- San Pedro Garza García

San Pedro Garza occupied the first cities with the lowest perception of insecurity in Mexico. Based on data from INEGI's National Urban Public Safety Survey.

San Pedro has natural attractions such as the Chipinque Ecological Reserve, part of the Cumbres Monterrey National Park. More than 1,700 hectares, where you can find amazing mountains, waterfalls and rivers with crystal clear water; an ideal place for hiking or biking.


Real Estate

In the area, the proportion of demand for houses and apartments is 52% for apartments versus 48% for houses.

According to the market report, the sales price per square meter in San Pedro Garza Garcia is 60,014 pesos, showing a monthly variation downward of 0.4%, however, in terms of the annual variation, it showed an increase of 2.1%.


On the other hand, the region is the one with the highest rental price, with a price of 16,450 pesos per month. In addition, the Valle Oriente neighborhood, which is located within its territory, is the most exclusive, since the rent charged in the area is 20,554 pesos per month.


The municipality is setting the standard in terms of real estate development and quality of life for people.


3.- San Nicolás de los Garza

San Nicolas de los Garza stands out for its high levels of security as well as its economic growth, especially in the industrial sector. Here you can find the faculties of the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, two subway stations, restaurants, supermarkets and work centers. San Nicolas de los Garza is a large municipality in which you can find a great variety of social levels, different areas for recreation, leisure, etc.


Real Estate

It is easy to find real estate at a good price, also due to the amount of students in San Nicolas, the prices of apartments tend to be relatively cheap and you will find people who want to share an apartment more easily compared to other municipalities.


A property for sale in San Nicolas has an average price of 2 million pesos and for rent 14 thousand pesos. The average construction of a house is 177m² and of an apartment is 90 m².


4.- Saltillo

In Saltillo you can build your family's wealth in one of the best places in Mexico. If you are looking to buy a property in the northern region of the country, we recommend you to live in Saltillo.

Saltillo is a great place to live, thanks to its security, vehicular mobility and increase in the quality of life of the population.

The main advantage of living in Saltillo is its economy and the high employment rate that the city offers, being one of the safest cities to live in Mexico 2024 with children.


Saltillo is an industrialized city and its economy depends on this sector, favoring its economically active inhabitants. Among the main industrial plants are: General Motors, Chrysler, Fiat and Daimler. There are also jobs in commerce and agriculture.


Real Estate

By investing in a house in Saltillo you will be securing your investment as it is located in a city of the industrial and automotive sector, being considered one of the cities in Mexico that generates the highest capital gains.

The average cost of a property in Saltillo, Coahuila is from $800,000.00 MXN to $37,000,000.00 MXN in private subdivisions of high added value.


How much does it cost to live in Saltillo?

Expenses that include food, lodging and transportation and are similar to typical cities in the country of Mexico would appropriately be between 5,000 and 7,000 Mexican pesos.



5.- Los Cabos.

Los Cabos is listed in the best and safest cities in Mexico 2024, without a doubt Los Cabos is recognized for the beauty of its beaches and crystal clear sea. However, it is not just about the ocean in this magical place where the mountains meet the desert and the desert meets the sea. Los Cabos is a highly touristic city, making it one of its main economies.

The Sierra de la Laguna is a mountain range located at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula. Above 800 meters altitude, the dry forest transforms into oak and pine forest and wild mushrooms, wild horses and deer can be found.

The resort town of about 100,000 inhabitants is located at the southernmost point of the Baja California peninsula and is full of entertainment for all ages and tastes. Here the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean meet at "Land's End", where the famous Arch can be observed.


How much does it cost to live in Los Cabos?

They say that the best way to know how a place's economy works is to know the price of the main menu at the local McDonald's. In Los Cabos, a McMenu can cost between $4.70 and $5.00. It may not seem like a lot of money, but considering that the average monthly salary is $300, you can see that it's not exactly a cheap place.


Real Estate

Renting an apartment with a total of 3 bedrooms can cost around $880 if it is on the outskirts of a major city, as is the case in Cabo San Lucas.

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