Moving to Mexico: A Guide for Expats to Live Here

How to Rent an Apartment in Mexico without a Guarantor

Many people who rent apartments will ask the renter for a guarantor to co-sign the rental contract, called an “aval” or “fiador” in Spanish.

Your guarantor usually needs to own a local property free of debt and know you well enough to agree to pay your rent if you don't pay or disappear.

Without a guarantor, you might not be able to get a rent. Let’s take a look at how you can do it. 

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