Again, the city of Tijuana stands out in a list mentioned by the magazine Forbes Mexico, where they put it, along with five other cities, such as Mexico City and Guadalajara, as one of the best options to consider if you want to move out of your current town or city.
In the article, Forbes magazine uses statistics from the Inmobiliaria.com website, which highlights five places in a list of 70 emerging cities in Latin America, among which you can find Tijuana, León, Puebla, Querétaro and Monterrey.
According to Propiedades.com, the city of Tijuana has an average rent cost of more than 15,000 pesos per month ($900.00), highlighting the areas of Colinas de Chapultepec, Santa Fe, Chapultepec, Venecia, Agua Caliente, and others.
This positions Tijuana as one of the most expensive places to live within the top five of the list.
Nevertheless, for Tijuana to be considered within these five cities it's a clear sign of economic growth, job opportunities and great environment. It only takes a quick visit to the city to notice that most of its residents come from different parts of Mexico or from different countries worldwide.