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Sunday December 17 2017

Real Estate
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Comparing Mortgage Rates in the U.S. and Mexico

How different are rates, costs and programs? As the Mexico resort real estate market continues to gain popularity among North Americans, one common theme exists: an increasing demand for insightful and relevant information among the entire Mexican resort real estate community, including developers, realtors, owners, resellers and potential buyer...

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Catching a Wave of Appreciation in the Riviera Maya

The Riviera Maya and Playa del Carmen real estate markets have had some of the world’s most interesting growth rates and are fascinating examples of regional trends. During the 1990’s the little village was known as the pier town where you grabbed the ferry to get to Cozumel. As this little village has become more intertwined with the inte...

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How do I Know Which Developers have Sufficient Capital to Build?

Many people approach me wanting to know if the particular development where they want to purchase has enough money to build and deliver the units as promised. I tell them that, while there are other ways to find out, the best and easiest way to tell if a developer has sufficient capital or financing to build is by looking at their contracts, payme...

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Vacation Housing Market in San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel de Allende lies to the south of Mexico’s central high plain, and is close to the agricultural area known as the Bajio. It is easily accessible by air or on land, as there are direct international flights to the Guanajuato International Airport from Dallas, Houston, and Atlanta. The Guanajuato International Airport is the main airport...

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Guanajuato Real Estate: Buy on Impulse or Rent and Have a Look Around?

Guanajuato is the capital of the State of Guanajuato. It has long been a Mexican tourist destination that is just now becoming popular for American tourism. During the early-1500’s, it was a mountainous canyon or ravine that was uninhabited, though there were settlements to its south. But, in the mid-1500’s, the discovery of silver led to t...

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International Real Estate Investment: What Investors Should Know

It’s easy to take for granted the scope of “international real estate,” which lumps all the real estate markets of the world -193 countries, to be exact- into a single category of three words. While we recognize that a detailed guide to investing in international real estate could easily fill a book, we have managed to summarize some of the ...

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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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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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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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Do I need an FM3 Visa to Buy Property in Mexico?

In our quest to draw a big line or even dig a hole between the facts and fiction about buying real estate in Mexico, we now come across a question that has been brought up several times over the past month. Do I need an FM3 Visa to buy property in Mexico? No. You absolutely do not need an FM3 visa to purchase property in Mexico. Just to av...

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