Facebook Live Event for Our Patreon Members

We recently created a page on a website called Patreon, where our blog followers could pledge a small amount of money each month to get access to exclusive content (articles and videos) not shown on our main site. They also get access to our private Facebook group where they can interact with us.

This month we decided to add live online Q&A sessions to the list of member perks. Our Patreon members will now be able to ask us questions about Mexico in real time and get immediate feedback.

Our first live Q&A session is scheduled for this Sunday, May 19, 2019 at 1 p.m. CDT.

If you’re interested in learning more about the benefits of becoming a Patreon member, click the link below:

https://www.patreon.com/qroo

Let’s Wrap This Up

As I’ve mentioned before, we will continue to turn out free content via this blog. The Patreon page is for those folks who want access to additional content and/or have questions they’d like us to answer.

Well, that’s it for today. Hasta luego.

Looking for More Information About Moving to Mexico?

If you’re trying to learn as much as you can about moving to Mexico, you might want to consider joining our Patreon page. Members get several perks, including:

  • Access to our private Facebook group  (The Qroo Crew)
  • Access to view and participate in our monthly Facebook Live event
  • A members-only email address where you can correspond directly with us

Click Here to Learn More About Patreon

About the Author

Qroo Paul
Paul Kurtzweil (Q-Roo Paul) was a deputy sheriff in Florida for 25 years before retiring at the rank of lieutenant in 2015. He and his wife moved to Mexico looking to maximize their retirement income. They later started a blog called Two Expats Mexico (qroo.us) to share their experiences, as well as information about the logistical and legal aspects of retiring south of the border.

3 Comments on "Facebook Live Event for Our Patreon Members"

  1. Larry lloyd Wall | May 17, 2019 at 5:12 pm | Reply

    I have a question.. How or who do I contact to see if a owner of a rental property is paying the tax on the rental. I do plan on joining the group soon. Tks. Lloyd Wall

    • If you know the official parcel number for the property (clave catastral), you can sometimes look it up online. Go to the official site of the municipality where the property is located and go to “predial” as if you were going to pay it. It should show you if anything is due.

      If the online portal doesn’t have that option, you can head down to city hall and get it at the same window where you would pay your property taxes (predial).

      Here’s an example of a portal to do some research: http://superficies.cancun.gob.mx/cat/consultar_superficies

  2. Larry lloyd Wall | May 17, 2019 at 5:13 pm | Reply

    I mean in Mexico property.. sorry

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