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Sunday December 17 2017




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Mazatlan: Capital of Sun, Sand and Culture

Come and pamper yourself in Mazatlan, one of the leading beach resorts in the Mexican Riviera. Some of the city’s marvels include one of the most beautiful historical centers in Mexico and a major international cruise ship terminal. The port also holds one of the world’s top carnivals where residents and visitors celebrate life listening to t...

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The Pearl of the Pacific

For the second consecutive year, International Living has rated Mexico as “The number one country in the world for retirement” using a “Global Retirement Index.” The key criteria utilized to rank a destination’s attractiveness for retirement include: the availability of affordable housing, a warm sunny climate, a reasonable cost of livin...

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Mazatlan's Condominium Outlook

Despite the global financial crisis, Mazatlan is enjoying an astonishing rebirth. The city has been featured in stories in the LA Times, The Chicago Tribune, and The San Francisco Chronicle following recent accolades from the likes of none other than CNN Money and International Living. Quite impressively, Mazatlan was even listed as destination #...

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Vacation Housing Market in Mazatlan

Mazatlan is one of the most important cities in the state of Sinaloa due to its population, tourist life, industry, and urban infrastructure. Tourism in Mazatlan is growing. According to data from Sectur (The Secretary of Tourism), average occupancy of 5-star hotels increased roughly 20% since 2005 to an average of 69% per hotel in 2007. In a...

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Golfing at the Port

Mazatlan is at the northern tip of the Mexican Riviera, in the state of Sinaloa. At one time, while many other areas in Mexico grew and prospered, Mazatlan had only a limited number of developments and branded hotels. The city has awakened from a period of a standstill or neutral tourism growth. Downtown has seen a renaissance of some sort with ...

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Made in Mazatlan: Interview with Tomas de Rueda

Tomas Rueda has been living in Mazatlan, Sinaloa since his birth in 1941. He studied mechanical engineering in Monterrey and later acquired a master’s degree in naval architecture in Holland. He constructed boats for 10 years until he decided to move into the field of residential development. He has designing and building residential projects ...

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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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