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Monday October 16 2017
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High-Quality Standards - Interview with Bosco Gutierrez

With over a quarter century of experience as an architect, developer, and promoter, heading one of the most important architectural firms in Mexico, Bosco Gutierrez Cortina spoke with Ventana Magazine about his future plans and recent merger with Spanish firm Salvago Real Estate, whose objective is building housing developments for the European and...

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Buying Property Along the Beaches of Mexico

Foreigners who wish to make money through the purchase of vacation or retirement homes and condominiums on beautful Mexican beaches or along the U.S. and Belize borders do so through a Mexican bank trust, or fideicomiso. Article 27 of the 1917 Mexican Constitution, prohibits foreigners from acquiring fee simple title to residential real estate ...

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The Plain Truth About Living in Mexico

My wife and I are now beginning our fourth year as American expats in Guanajuato, Mexico. Sometimes it seems only yesterday that we sold all we owned in Overland Park, Kansas, and moved here with just suitcases, nothing more. Sometimes it seems like we never had a beginning but have always lived here. I think however, no matter how long we stay...

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Manzanillo Enters Second Home Picture

Manzanillo, Colima - The airport has been remodeled, the downtown refurbished, the roads improved, and new equipment has just arrived to clean the beaches. While this waterfront community has been under the second-home radar screen compared to the more popular Mexican Pacific Coast destinations of Los Cabos, Ixtapa, Puerto Vallarta and Mazatl...

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Contemplating Moving to Southern Mexico?

It took 8 years for my wife and I to find the right piece of land in Oaxaca, in the ideal location, obtain good title, decide upon an architect/project manager, and commence and complete construction. Throughout the process the learning curve was significant, as were the frustrations, fits of disillusionment and exciting moments, without regret at...

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Booming Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta has now reached the size of St. Louis and assuming the projected growth holds true, it will be equal in size to Cleveland within ten years. Attention, baby boomers; don’t be late for the party! If you haven’t noticed what’s going on south of the border, but only heard about illegal immigration north of the border, the follo...

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Deep Sea Fishing at Its Best

Picture this; it’s a 75*F day in November, the sky is blue, and you’re with your best fishing buddy, 20 miles out in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, in the center of the Mexican Riviera. As you peer across the water, you see thousands of birds feeding on millions of small bait fish as they are driven to the water’s...

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III Annual - Baja Meeting Point

With the mision to promote projects in development as well as new projects of tourism investment in Baja California, Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism Rodolfo Elizondo along with Miguel Gomez Mont of FONATUR´s and state’s secretary of tourism Alejandro Moreno held the III annual BAJA CALIFORNIA MEETING POINT Investment forum 2007. The III edit...

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