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Monday October 16 2017
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Rocky Point Overview

Puerto Peñasco, also referred to as “Rocky Point”, is located in the state of Sonora. It is a growing area located on the northern coast of the Sea of Cortez and about a four hour drive. from Tucson, Arizona (212 miles). According to the Arizona Daily Star, growth has been fueled by retirees from Arizona and currently has 45,000 permanent re...

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A Unique Paradise: Puerto Peñasco

Its entire northern frontier borders with the United States, running the length of Arizona and along part of western New Mexico. The resort zone, known as Rocky Point, resembles the Cancun of 20 years ago, especially the way the line of towers stretch several miles west of the city. The economic model in Peñasco differs significantly from Can...

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One Great Combination: Interview with Guillermo Terroba & Jacobo Dib Kuri

While Jacobo is a renowned architect in Mexico with over 45 years of experience in real estate, Guillermo is an experienced lawyer in issues related to real estate and investments. Together, they are partners of one of the most exclusive and sophisticated projects in Puerto Peñasco: Solace Tower. VM: Why Invest in Puerto Peñasco? We vis...

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Hole in One: Golf in Rocky Point

The sea of Cortez is a vast water way separating the Baja peninsula from mainland Mexico. It contains some of the most unique plants and sea life in the world, and is the closest experience to the life on display in the Galapagos Island without having to travel to the equator. Along its coastline, stretching over 2,000 miles, are flawless sandy b...

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Baby Boomer Growth

Developers in Mexico have been waiting for a group of potential clients called “baby boomers” since that start of the millennium. In every launched development, especially the tourist markets in the country, baby boomers represent a market that potentially could absorb the growing product offerings in each location. Baby boomers are the ge...

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Cuernavaca: The Land of the Eternal Spring

Mexicans who love Cuernavaca's temperate climate affectionately refer to it as "land of eternal spring." It is the city of choice for the wealthy who want a quick, nearby getaway from Mexico City's hustle and bustle. "It has an average temperature of 80 degrees year-round and little humidity. There is always something blooming and the gardens are...

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Mezcal, The Spirit of the South

Once you taste mezcal, you will all but say goodbye to tequila and be warmly welcomed by her lesser known sister. The deeper you get into Mexico, the more likely you are to encounter mezcal. Cross over from Guerrero, Puebla or Veracruz, into Oaxaca, and you’ll witness a dramatic change in the taste of mezcal. Mezcal is made from the agave...

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Import and Register your Car in Mexico

If you have a Mexican license, you cannot legally operate a US registered vehicle, whether it is registered to you or not. If you have a US license, you are only allowed to operate a Mexican plated vehicle registered to a car rental company. If you hold a FM2 immigration document, any vehicle registered to you should be plated in Mexico and you s...

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Latin America: A Mixed Bag for Investors

Brazil and Chile are the best-positioned economies in Latin America for 2009 while others like Argentina and Colombia should have investors thinking twice before investing too much. The "right" Latin America will thrive in 2009, fueled by its own growth - with an assist from the continued hot growth from China - while the "wrong" Latin America ...

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Brown and the Global Recession

After being in denial for several months, the U.S. finally has officially entered into a recessionary period. Recessions are always announced well after they actually begin, and the U.S. isn’t alone - the Euro Zone and Hong Kong recently announced a recession, along with several other countries. This economic downturn is a global phenomenon and...

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Gary Player Breaks Ground for CostaBaja's Golf Course

La Paz.- February was an exciting month at CostaBaja Resort and Marina in La Paz with the visit of Gary Player and the official ground breaking of his Gary Player Signature Golf Course under construction at the resort. The course, scheduled to open in 2010, will be the defining word in golf in Baja. The spectacular views will only serve to enhanc...

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Must I Incorporate a Bank Trust or Fidecomiso?

In most cases you do. Remember that the restricted zone only includes land within 50 km of the ocean or 100 km from the border, so if you are buying inland you do not need a bank trust. It is important to keep in mind that the restricted zone and the Bank Trust system are only meant for acquisitions where the main purpose of the real estate is re...

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