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Monday October 16 2017

Real Estate
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Eco-Friendly Real Estate and Sustainability in Playa del Carmen

An ever-growing focus of both Playa del Carmen's urban development and buyers considering real estate in the area is that of care for the environment and sustainability. While there is large opportunity for growth, and a number of advocates are continually pushing for necessary improvement, progress is already being made to address this issue, mov...

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Overview of Riviera Maya’s Real Estate Market

The Mayan Riviera, located in the state of Quintana Roo, has 19 localities, going from Puerto Morelos to Punta Allen. One of the main localities is Playa del Carmen, municipal head of the Solidaridad municipality, and main growth area. The Mayan Riviera has recorded the highest population growth in the country, with a growth rate of 15%. The mai...

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A Mexican Company or “Fideicomiso”? Which Works Best?

Article 27 of the Mexican constitution requires that any foreigner buying residential property in the restricted zone (an area 50 kilometers wide along the coastlines and 100 kilometers along the borders) must acquire the rights in the property through a Mexican bank trust, known as a fideicomiso. Pursuant to the Foreign Investment Law of 1994, ...

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Mexico Real Estate Coalition Announces “Live Mexico” Campaign

Diverse collection of developers and real estate related businesses to launch groundbreaking effort aimed at educating Americans on the value of living in Mexico. For the first time, a nationwide array of companies are joining forces to promote living and real estate investment in Mexico. Individuals from some of the most respected companies inc...

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Guideline for a Successful Real Estate Acquisition

Buying property in any country can be stressful. A property investment in Mexico can be just as safe and secure as in the U.S. or Canada, if it’s done correctly. Here are some guidelines for success in a real estate acquisition in Mexico: 1. Be sure the agent you select to represent you is a real estate professional. He or she should be a...

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Have you Ever Met a Living Legend?

Meet Carlos Ungson, one of Baja’s true pioneers. Many people claim to be famous but not Carlos... however, his life story tells otherwise. Benjamin Ungson (Carlos' father) was just 16 years old in 1895 when he travelled across the Pacific Ocean from China to Mexico, a whole new world to him. After living in many areas of Mexico, he finally s...

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Using Leverage with a Real Estate IRA

Using self-directed IRA funds to purchase income-generating real estate is a profitable strategy an ever-growing number of investors are employing. These accounts (a.k.a. real estate IRAs) can buy rental property as an investment, just as they would buy stock market securities. This means real estate IRA holders can use their retirement funds...

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Overview of Real Estate Market in San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel de Allende, formerly known as San Miguel el Grande, is now considered a world cultural heritage and a colonial jewel, immortalized as an ancient city. It is located 97 km’s east from Guanajuato’s state and 274 km’s from Mexico City. San Miguel de Allende has an extension of 1,537.9 kilometers, it barely represent 5% of t...

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Interview with: Patrick Hobson

Patick Hobson is a frecuent contributor to Ventana Magazine. He is a member of ARDA (American Resort Developer’s Association) and is a 23 year resident of Mazatlan. He founded the popular internet portal, www.maps-of-mexico.com He was appointed Director of Sales and Marketing of Mazatlan’s and Pronova Developments in 2006, following a notable 1...

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Vacation Residential Housing in Ixtapa-Zihuatenejo

Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo is located in the Northwest region of the State of Guerrero and spans roughly 17 miles of scenic coastline on the Pacific Ocean; it has beaches of soft sand, calm lagoons, rocky hills, and small islands. The contrast of both places is highly appealing, as Zihuatanejo is a centennial fishing town, sheltered by the Zihuatanejo ...

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