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Sunday December 17 2017




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State of the Art Community - Interview with: Alejandro Yberri III

Alejandro Yberri started his career in tourism real estate projects across Mexico and served as FONATUR’s (Mexico’s Trust Fund for Tourism Development) Vice President of Advertising, Promotion, and Public Relations. Then, he spent over 15 years in the hotel industry in companies such as Westin, Stouffer, and Inter-Continental. Later, he was n...

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La Paz Real Estate is on the Move

Los Cabos isn’t the only place stirring a buzz in the Baja anymore. La Paz, Mexico has been around since the mid 16th century, but it has remained a quiet secret amongst people “in the know”. The word is trickling out little by little as people keep falling in love with the city’s white sandy beaches and relaxing atmosphere. The...

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A Hidden Treasure: La Paz

Money Magazine recently declared La Paz, Baja California Sur, "the most desirable place to retire outside the United States." Real estate development is going off all over Baja California Sur. Despite slowdowns in the US housing market, here in Baja Sur, new projects and expanding inventory are making Baja California one of the hottest markets ...

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La Paz: a True Paradise

Even though many explorers arrived to this beautiful bay a long time ago, Hernan Cortez was the first official arrival on May 3, 1535, naming it The Bay of Santa Cruz. Later, in 1596, Sebastian Vizcaino arrived and renamed it La Paz. However, it was not until 1974 that the city was assigned as the capital of Baja California Sur. Today, it is a...

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Second Home Market in La Paz

The vacation housing market (also known as second home) has grown significantly in the last 3 years in La Paz, Baja California Sur. Sales of homes worth over USD$100,000 practically doubled between 2005 and 2007. While 200 homes were sold in 2005, by 2007, this figure had risen to over 350 units. La Paz is a growing destination mainly due ...

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Interview: Javier Godinez from AMAR

What is AMAR? It is the Mexican Association for Retirement Communities. AMAR was started by a couple of Mexican entrepreneurs who believe that there is an enormous potential for growth in the sector of organized assisted living communities in Mexico. What are the main objectives of AMAR? To encourage the development, regulation and gr...

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Baja Real Estate Market Overview

In the state of Baja California Sur, there are a lot of new developments as well as older ones that are finally being finished. Once again the question is what is really selling and what areas are finally going to see the development that has been promised to happen for years. Areas like Loreto that had begun their development with FONATUR (Mex...

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Cabo San Lucas vs San Jose del Cabo

Cabo San Lucas being only two beers away by plane from Southern California is fast replacing Hawaii as the preferred quick-trip exotic vacation and 2nd home buying destination for many Americans. Almost three million tourists travel to Baja California Sur each year visiting its towns, bays, beaches, islands and golf courses for an average stay of ...

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The Cinderella of the Pacific

Nestled on the shore of Bahía de Todos Santos, Ensenada is Mexico’s second most visited port-of-call for major cruise lines and pleasure boats. Ensenada, Baja (Norte) real estate -homes and developments that are located between Tijuana and Ensenada- has gained popularity over the last few years. Where else can you buy beachfront or ocean vie...

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Loreto: Mexico's Next Real Estate Hot Spot

If you are like most Americans, you have at least heard of—if not visited—popular Mexican destinations: Cancun, Los Cabos and Ixtapa. What you likely haven’t heard of is Loreto, a tiny fishing village poised to cash in on the next big tourism boom. Since being selected for development as resort towns by Mexican federal tourism agency F...

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In this region: Los cabos, La paz, Loreto, San Felipe, Ensenada, Rosarito