Mexican residents are getting fed up with digital nomads and remote workers flooding their cities, driving up rent prices and gentrifying their communities.
A research from the Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) found that during the pandemic, roughly one-third of people of Mexico City had to relocate. The majority pointed to high rent as a contributing factor.
El Sol de México, a local news outlet, states that between 2020 and 2021, there was a roughly 27 percent increase in the number of judicially approved evictions in Mexico City.
This alarming number excludes informal rent agreements, which are preferred by the majority of tenants in Mexico City.
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