Not many people saw this coming —but here we are.
According to a report from CNBC, things have gotten so bad under Governor Gavin Newsom in California, that Mexico is experiencing a surge in migration. After all, Californians can get a lot more for their money south of the border.
“I would say at least half are coming down from California,” real estate agent Darrell Graham told CNBC. “Suddenly the cost of taxes, the crime rates, the politics, all the things that people are unhappy with in California are wanting to come down to Mexico.”
“California continuously ranks high as one of the country’s most expensive states to live in,” CNBC noted. “The median asking price for a home in California is about $797,470 — only 25% of the state’s households could afford that in the fourth quarter of 2021.”
“Monthly rent in Mexico can average as little as $430 per month, while rents can average as high as $1,500 north of the border in San Diego,” The Daily Mail pointed out.
Last year, more people moved out of California than moved in —not a good look, Gov. Gav.
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