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Monday October 16 2017
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Explore the Cultural and Historic Heart of Los Cabos

Los Cabos, Mexico – Renowned for its pristine beaches, fabulous spas and acclaimed golf options, the rich culture of Los Cabos has made the destination an ideal choice among sophisticated travelers and talented artists alike. From the historic art district of San Jose del Cabo to the private artwork showcased in many of the top resorts, Los Cabos...

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Cabo’s Real Estate Buyer

The buyer’s profile has been a moving target over the past 3 years. To understand today’s mindset, which is to some extent reactionary, we have to look at the actions that caused it and for this we have to look back a little. Bear with me. Through 2006/2007 access to capital in the US at record low interest rates created large amounts of di...

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Real de Santa Ana in Todos Santos: Living in Baja’s Natural Oasis

Todos Santos is one of the few cities in the world that is built around a natural Oasis. Located on the Pacific Ocean, where the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range meet the ocean, it is lush with palm trees and abundant in natural orchards of avocados, mangos, and other varieties of fruit. The city of Todos Santos is so importa...

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Los Cabos and its Surroundings

In early days, California was known as Alta California and the entire Baja peninsula was referred to as Baja California. In 1974 the Mexican government recognized the lower territory as an independent state, giving it the name Baja California Sur in that year; the upper portion remains Baja California. Baja California’s crystal waters are sp...

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Gray and Humpback Whales

Gray and Humpback whales travel thousands of miles from the rich arctic waters to the warm waters of the Baja Peninsula to participate in one of the most wonderful natural encounters in the world. The rich feeding grounds of the Sea of Cortes and the sheltered bays along the Pacific coastline combine to produce a very unique whale watching experie...

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Evolution of the Second Home Market in Los Cabos

Currently, the new tourist residential housing market in Los Cabos is the fifth largest in the country, following Cancun and the Mayan Riviera, Vallarta and the Nayarit Riviera, the Tijuana–Ensenada corridor, and Acapulco. However, the new second home market in Los Cabos is ranked fifth in terms of average value of the new properties for sale. ...

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Cabo, The Golf Leader in Mexico

The Global economy has changed the structure of vacation and second home purchases, but it has not altered the age of baby boomers looking for homes for retirement that are affordable and enjoyable for year round living. Mexico still offers real estate opportunities for home buyers, many on or near some of the best golf in the world. Without a ...

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Rocky Point: A View to the Future

Our new international airport due for completion at the end of the year creates a bridge to our slice of heaven, Rocky Point, Mexico where you can make your dream a reality. The investment opportunities are limitless: beach front condos, commercial properties, land parcels and beautiful seaside homes offer you the potential for being where the pu...

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The Golden Corridor: Gated Communities of San Miguel de Allende

The historic colonial town of San Miguel de Allende is attracting more and more attention from such prestigious publications as ABC News, Conde Nast Traveler and Money Magazine. It has been picked as one of the top ten most desired retirement cities in the world. That’s because the recently named UNESCO World Heritage Site seems to offer every...

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Escape From America Without Leaving America

As we all know, Christopher Columbus, while searching for China, first discovered the Americas when he arrived in San Salvador in 1492. On his second voyage, he landed in the Caribbean Islands, and on his last voyage in 1498, he arrived in the area of Venezuela. In 1497, the Italian sailor Giovanni Caboto (John Cabot), exploring on behalf of Engla...

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Dining Overview in Oaxaca: Part 1

From the seven moles to fried grasshoppers, culinary seduction abounds in southern Mexico For the next two Ventana editions, I will provide you with an overview to some of the best dining in Oaxaca. In the first part, I will give you an overview of the choices you have and in the next edition, I will provide a sample of the best restaurants aro...

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Financing Options for Non-Mexican Buyers

While in most cases foreigners purchase property in Mexico with cash or by mortgaging a property or an asset in back home, a growing number of foreign buyers are using financing options found in Mexico. This trend has been on the rise, and various financing options are being newly explored. Two of the options receiving more attention are financin...

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The Mexico Promotional Event

San Diego, CA.- The Mexico Promotional Event, presented by the Mexico Tourism Board and Aeromexico Airlines, was held at Liberty Station Conference Center in San Diego on Saturday, November 14th, 2009. In an effort to positively promote Mexico and its destinations, the event featured 41 exhibitors from over 20 destinations and a series of complime...

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NAR Annual Convention & Expo 2009

San Diego, CA.- There were innovations down every aisle in the massive REALTORS Expo, the largest industry showroom in the United States with 400 exhibiting companies featuring sales and marketing products to get the listing and make the final sale. The 2009 REALTORS Conference & Expo was a great opportunity to make new contacts from all over the ...

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Chalupas: How to Prepare

Ingredients (1 serving): Small tortillas (around 4-5 inches in diameter) 4 Pieces Green cooked Salsa 2 Tablespoons Chipotle Salsa 2 Tablespoons Chopped White Onion 2 Teaspoons Shredded Beef 5 oz. Melted Pork Butter 2 Tablespoons Procedure: 1.Dip tortillas in the melted pork butter and drain excess. 2.Slightly “brown”...

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