For many, leaving it all behind and heading to a warm and sunny beach location was what every traveler dreamed of doing. Now, post-Covid, working remotely is at an all-time high as we see more countries introducing short- and long-term visas to attract professionals that can work abroad, according to

Los Cabos, Mexico, offers two types of visas for those who wish to take advantage of great year-round weather. You can either enter the country on a regular six-month tourist visa or apply for a Temporary Resident Visa (Residente Permanente or FM3) valid for up to four years (with the option to extend for three more years). The requirements include proof of funds—either a bank balance of at least $27,000 or a monthly income of over USD 1,620.

This flexibility to stay is undoubtedly one reason why the real estate market in Los Cabos has been so hot in the last six months. Americans are flocking to Cabo San Lucas with their families, where kids can attend their online classes and parents can work remotely while spending time in the fresh air, soaking up the vitamin D sun.

For a long-term home-away-from-home experience Esperanza, Auberge Resorts Collection, is a perfect property set on the bluffs of the scenic Baja California Peninsula. The resort’s accommodation options include luxury oceanfront villas and haciendas (stand-alone homes), ideal for families, equipped with everything from Italian bed linens, kitchens with Wolf appliances, stackable washer and dryers, regular maid service, and other luxury amenities such as airport transfers, kitchen pre-stocking services, and private chef services.

With the option to purchase deeded fractional ownership or full ownership either at Esperanza or the surrounding Los Cabos area, Esperanza Real Estate has over 30 years of real estate experience to find that perfect home for you and your family.