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Sunday December 17 2017

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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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Top 5 Investment Considerations for Baby Boomers

The market gyrations of the past few months, including the uncertainty surrounding the government’s potential bailout of Wall Street, serve as a stark reminder of why financial planning is important. Because of the timeline, this is truer for baby boomers than for their parents’ or children’s generations. The closer boomers are to retire...

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Investing as an Expatriate: The DOs and DONT's of Investing in Real Estate

The ex-pat lifestyle has many benefits, such as traveling, living and working in exotic locations, and, often, better ors definitely don’t want thrills is in large investments. High earnings and savings allow ex-pat investors more disposable income for investments. At the same time, ex-pat investors face obstacles and needs quite different fr...

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The First Step in Your Expatriate Adventure

The very first thing you should consider once you’ve made your mind up as to where you are going to live overseas might surprise you. The many letters we receive from potential expats always begin with the theme of cost of living. While important, most who contact us in our adopted home of Guanajuato, Mexico, never get past this economic issue....

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A Treasure in the Sierra Madres

Do you remember the 1927 novel, “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre”, which was about a couple of down-and-out Americans that joined up with a crusty old timer to prospect for gold in Mexico? It was later adapted into a film by John Huston in 1948, who returned to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico in 1964 to film “Night of the Iguana.” The Sierra ...

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Head South to Fill up your Tank

While driving through Mexico, there are many people asking about the price of gasoline (gasolina) and or diesel. The key fact of gasoline in Mexico us that all fuel PEMEX stations are operated and subsidized by the Mexican government. The price of gas is supposed to be the same throughout all of Mexico, but the government has chosen to allow f...

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The Early Stages of Senior Housing in Mexico

A Case study of Villazul, one of the leading operators in an expanding market. The concept of senior housing care and facilities has long been around in the US, as many successful operators have developed a sophisticated industry with high degrees of specialization in multi segments and regions. Senior housing facilities in the US have evolved ...

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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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A Lightbulb Moment

I’ve made a discovery. It’s taken awhile to arrive at the point where I think I am beginning to understand something. I think I finally have had a “light bulb” moment where the light of day dawns on a very dark corner of my mind and makes me utter a shrieking, “Eureka!” When my wife and I moved to Mexico in 2003, we came with a ra...

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Campeche: The Gulf's Colonial Beauty

Considered one of Mexico’s best kept secret, Campeche City is a wonderful place to consider for retiring or investment. This Mexican State is a warm land of warm people with an approximate population of 800,000. Campeche City’s population hovers around 275,000. The best time to visit is November to April when the weather is warm but not ve...

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