Thursday October 19 2017

The Baja peninsula is the #1 foreign destination for RV travelers
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Tropical cyclones are the leading cause of home damage on the Baja peninsula
Condo and Home Owners in MexicoIf you own a condo or home in Mexico, or if you are planning to purchase one soon, you’ll want to make a careful consideration about obtaining insurance coverage. Most...
Hillside home overlooking the Sea of Cortez
 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 is done correctly!Here are some guidelines for...
With the changing of the Mexican Foreign Investment Law over the last few decades, many foreigners are now taking advantage of the opportunity to purchase real estate in Mexico. Homes and undeveloped...
Happy retired couple living in Mexico
With millions of baby boomers reaching retirement age every day, the market for a lovely place to live with the security and services required is growing exponentially.   Many baby boomers...
Hillside homes in Cabo San Lucas
The legal aspects of owning a Condominium in Mexico or what to expect when you buy a condominium in Mexico The cottage on a tiny individual lot or the mansion built on a grand expanse of land....
Manufacturing in Baja California
Here are some quick economic facts about the Baja California peninsula. made up of two Mexican states, Baja California and Baja California Sur.In Baja California the cities of Mexicali, Tijuana and...
Revolutionary mural depicting pre-revolutionary life that lead to ejidal policies of Emilio Zapata
EJIDAL (EEEE-heee-doll) properties were established in Article 27 of the Mexican Constitution of 1917 as an outcome of the revolution and represent probably 50% of all the land in Mexico. After...
Calafia Resort in Baja California
The guidelines for the operation of an escrow company in Mexico are found in Articles 273 to 308 of the Mexican Commercial Code and Article 2569, Chapter II of the Civil Code for the Federal District...
A couple enjoying a sunset on the beach
Expat living in Baja and Mexico More and more people are asking about relocating to Mexico these days. To live as an expat in Mexico can be very rewarding and here is an article to help you see...
Retired couple on the beach in Baja
North Americans are buying homes in Mexico as an economic refuge and to maintain lifestyle. With the debt ceiling crisis, unemployment  and economic disaster in the United States,  more...
Real Estate Agent and confident buyers
Everyday more and more foreigners, people from the U.S., Canada, Asia and Europe, have found Mexico to be an ideal location for healthy retirement. Others have come to Mexico as a result of job...
Tax laws in Mexico
I was researching for my own personal tax and company financial needs the other day and I came across a very informative site on financial planning for those with "cross-border" needs. Well, as I...
A few of the 131,800 Suntech solar panels at the La Paz Aura 1 Solar facility
Latin American's largest solar photovoltaic energy project is now cranking out the kilowatts in La Paz. The Aura Solar I installation, near the La Paz airport, now generates nearly 62% of La Paz's...
A Pacific coastal home near Ensenada
“How can I obtain a capital gains, or homestead, tax exemption on the sale of my Mexican real estate?” is one of the most frequently asked questions by expatriate residents in Mexico when they...
Surviving a Mexican Real Estate Transaction
If you knew me, the last thing you would ever think was that I was gullible. I’ve owned a very successful computer consulting and training company for 20 years, worked for a law firm, and come from...
Notaries vs Notarios
When you are told the Mexican Notario Publico will charge $3,000 dollars to make you the beneficiary of a trust on a Mexican beachfront condo, you certainly know things are different in Mexico. This...
A Pacific coastal home near Ensenada
Recently, an illegal invasion of private property was made by persons who took the law into their own hands and because of this many coastal residents are worried. To help everyone understand the...
Huerta in San Pedro
Pescadero Baja California Sur is located about 8 kilometers south from Todos Santos which is about 75 kilometers south of La Paz the capital of Baja California Sur. It is about a 45 minute drive...
Couple in Infinity Pool
In Baja California and many areas of Mexico, it makes a lot sense to add a pool to your vacation or investment property. This article will discuss a few of the different styles of finishes for the...
Everyday more and more foreigners, including people from the U.S., Canada, Asia and Europe, are acquiring Mexican property for rentals and enjoyment. The market for rentals is huge.Many newcomers...
Living green in Baja
International Community Foundation Releases Findings on the Greening of U.S. Retirement Destinations in Mexican Coastal Communities The International Community Foundation released the report...
Counting your money
Whether a property owner or just the occasional visitor on a beautiful beach in Mexico, everyone pays taxes, natives and foreigners. Some of the taxes are hidden and others are not. The purpose of...
Signing Documents
In Mexico, the ONLY authority permitted to draft a deed transferring real property or an interest in real property (such as the fideicomiso) is the Mexican Notary Public, who is different from a...
About the proposed construction of the US/Mexico border wall
There is so much talk, debate and misinformation these days, about this infamous Wal” proposed by President Trump's administration. I wanted to look for more facts and see is building this wall...
A Mayan temple or a real estate observation deck?
I had begun looking for answers back in the mid eighties, and my travels have taken me far and wide searching for the answer to one of ancient histories greatest archeological mysteries, the great...
Precadero roadside of Hwy 19
Publisher James Glover revisits and writes about his favorite area of Baja Sur, El Pescadero and the growth that has occurred and what challenges there are for further growth in this area. As I...
The Playas de Tijuana make for a great weekend get-away from Southern California
Tijuana the largest city of Baja and 5th largest in Mexico, borders the U.S. at the cities of San Ysidro and Otay Mesa, suburbs of San Diego, California.  A border where more than 50 million...
Title Insurance is the essential protection for Mexican Real Estate. Canadian newspapers carried stories recently about the eviction of land owners in an area known as La Manzanilla, located on...
An official document
A Factura is the legal receipt given for goods and services in Mexico that can be used for business expenses or for deductions in Mexico businesses. The receipts you receive from most vendors are not...
Survey of Norther Americans living in Mexico
The following is a reprint of the synopsis of the International Community Foundation's Survey of retired US citizens living in Mexico. The study sought to find how Americans live in Mexico, their...
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