According to the INEG survey, Mérida, San Pedro Garza García, San Nicolás de los Garza, Saltillo and Los Cabos are the cities with the best perception of security.
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Would you like to change the scene as soon as the pandemic allows? The health crisis caused by COVID-19 has underscored people's intention to settle in safer and more connected cities, especially to do telework.
The Lamudi real estate platform found that the location of your home is no longer a determining factor in choosing a home as the home office has shown that thanks to the internet, the same work can be done from any state and this has opened the doors Real estate at a good price and with no security issues.
"The migratory impact on secondary cities as a result of health contingency has enhanced the real estate market in areas where residents have a low perception of insecurity, which is a plus for the investments made," said Daniel Narváez, Lamudi's vice president of marketing.
According to the National Public Safety Survey in Cities such as: Mérida, San Pedro Garza García, San Nicolás de los Garza, Saltillo and Los Cabos stood out for being the cities with the best perceptions of security.
Mérida has a modern infrastructure that enables orderly growth. Thanks to its location, it enables commercial and tourist activities that combine the tranquility of the place with the diversity of big cities. Buying a house in the city can cost around 2,300,000 pesos and the rent is around 11,000 pesos. The average construction of a house is 225 m² and an apartment is 103 m².
2. San Pedro Garza García
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This municipality is the one with the greatest urban development and has found an important source of investment in mixed developments, which is why interest in expanding this type of project is increasing. The average price of a property for sale in this parish is 8 million pesos and for rent is 24,000 pesos. The average construction of a house is 500 m² and an apartment is 220 m².
3. San Nicolás de los Garza
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It is one of the best residential areas of Nuevo León and, in addition to its economic growth, especially in the industrial sector, is characterized by a high level of security. Nearby are faculties of the Autonomous University of Nuevo León, two metro stations, restaurants, supermarkets and work centers: a property for sale in San Nicolás has an average price of 2 million pesos and a rent of 14,000 pesos. The average construction for a house is 177 m² and for an apartment 90 m².
Saltillo is one of the cities with the lowest perception of uncertainty among citizens. In addition to the industrial growth and quality of life of the residents, Saltillo is worthy of recognition. A property for sale can have a price of approximately 2 million 260,000 pesos and a rent of 13,000 pesos. The average construction of a house is 212m² and an apartment is 108m².
5. Los Cabos
It is a city that has kept the tranquility of the province but continues to develop its infrastructure to become a destination city for those looking for other ways to do business. Los Cabos is not only experiencing a boom in the international tourism sector, but also in many business areas. The average price of a property for sale is around 2 million pesos and 24,000 pesos for rent. The average construction of a house is 181 m² and an apartment is 134 m².