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360º Baja Real Estate Virtual Tours

 

360º Baja Real Estate Virtual Tours

360º photography showcases your property unlike anything else. It engages potential clients at a more intimate level. The interaction resulting in browsing a whole room or an area far exceeds that of pictures that shows a portion.

360º Baja Real Estate Virtual Tours

360º Baja Real Estate Virtual Tours

They’re a proven marketing method of placing people in the space of your home. Allowing buyers the opportunity to view your home, both, inside and out.

Virtual Tours not only give buyers the opportunity to tour your home once. Our Virtual Tours placed strategically on all our web sites allows the buyer to visit the home AGAIN from their own living room through virtual tours. This is extremely important on larger and more upscale homes where photos are not enough to get the true impact or value.

To see the 360º Baja real estate virtual tours below just click on an image. The virtual tour will load on a new window. Please note you will need a Adobe Flash Player® in order to view these tours. You can get it by clicking on the link below.

See Baja Real Estate Virtual Tours here: http://www.bajarealestategroup.net/Baja_Real_Estate_Virtual_Tours/

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An oasis of music and wine in Baja

 

 

An oasis of music and wine in Baja
Steve Lopez
Recent Columns
October 12, 2013, 12:05 p.m.

In the hills high above Ensenada, on the road to Ojos Negros, a dust-covered, mustachioed cowboy named Don Heriberto Aguilar has found the perfect life.

A trip to Aguilar’s rancho was not on my itinerary in Mexico. I was there to research a story, which will be coming soon, on more than three decades of good deeds performed in Baja California by the owners of Benning Violins in Studio City.

But Tito Quiroz, a musician who started Ensenada’s Academia Benning (which he named for his longtime mentors), was determined to give me and Times photographer Michael Robinson Chavez a look at a Mexico few visitors see. If we were interested, he said, he would take us to a party at a winery in the hills.

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Survey Shows Why Travelers are Choosing Mexico for their Retirement.

Let’s face it, most people start thinking of retirement a week or two into their first job. So it stands to reason that a lot of thought goes into people’s retirement plans. Those exploring foreign destinations have always had plenty of options, and a recent poll by Barclays Wealth International found that retirement is the top reason (27.27 percent) among people moving to Mexico. To find out why Mexico has emerged as a prominent retirement destination among expats, you can simply look at the other top reasons in the survey.

Cost of living (24.24 percent)

In the mid 90s inflation and cost of living were significant issues for many Latin American countries. However, the Mexican economy has stabilized and thanks to better economic planning by the authorities, the cost of living and inflation have become more controlled and acceptable. This stability has lead to significant investment from local authorities and international companies.

Travel the world (12.12 percent)

Mexico is like few countries in that it has one of the most complex landscapes in the world. Whether it’s snorkeling the world’s second largest coral reef in Yucatan, visiting the monarch butterflies in the forests of Michoacán, bird watching in the rainforests of Oaxaca, or cruising the sand dunes of Baja California there a countless travel opportunities with Mexico.

Standard of living (9.09 percent)

The fact that this was one of the top reasons given speaks to the economic progress Mexico has made over the last decade. While Mexico’s economy was hit by the global economic downturn in 2008, it is quickly rebounding thanks to foreign investment – up 30% since 2010 – which has lead to the creation of new jobs across the country.

Weather (6.06 percent)

This one should come to no surprise especially after just having talked about Mexico’s wide array of climates and wildlife. It’s no secret tourists have always been attracted by Mexico’s wonderful weather and laid-back culture, so it stands to reason that people retiring in Mexico would be looking for the same experience.

If you are thinking in moving to Mexico, don’t think more act today.  We Can Help.  Call today 858-433-0561 or email Miguel Sedano /  info@rentinginmexico.com the perfect home is waiting for you.

This is why you buy Ensenada Real Estate

 

As the sun rises in Baja, I am anxious to get out and meander along the beautiful walking paths around this beautiful Ensenada ocean front resort.
The fresh ocean air blows gently this morning and I feel like heading out from my house to watch all of the sea birds soar just above the waves looking for breakfast.
There are gentle one to two foot waves lapping at the shore.
As I walk along the cobblestone path, I remind myself that I am in such aspecial place. 
Sometimes, I take it for granted.
This morning, I was awakened by a beautiful quail sauntering along the top on my rear balcony with the mountains beyond.
Outside the front door is the Whale Watch where the migration of whales up and down the coast is a sight to behold.
So many areas in this 1750 acre gated complex have such diverse sights and sounds.
Every day is a NEW DAY full And life and beauty in this paradise called Bajamar.
Come let us take you on a Ensenada Real Estate tour. 

This is why you buy Ensenada Real Estate

This is why you buy Ensenada Real Estate

 

Mimi Mills  Mimi.mills@live.com
Baja Real Estate Group    www.bajapremierproeprties.com

Another Day in Baja

This weekend in Baja !!
NEWS FROM BAJA:

Robby Gordon Monster Energy Truck Baja 500 June 6, 2009

Robby Gordon Monster Energy Truck Baja 500 June 6, 2009

Yesterday, two luxury power boats were passing each other in front of Calafia Resort and Villas at the tip of Descanso bay in Northern Baja, one going south and the other going north in what was a beautiful sunny day with surfers out all over and the Baja 500 race underway just south in Ensenada.

Today, while headed north toward the San Diego border, my wife noticed no less the 25 power boats off the coast near Playas. Was there some kind of boating event going on or were people just out enjoying another beautiful day in Baja?

Surfers have enjoyed 3 days of 4 to 7 foot sets from a new south swell which was really lining up in front of Las Gaviotas and to north at Calafia.

And to top it off the Monster energy truck driven by Robby Gordon won the overall trophy truck with a great finish time of 8:35:49 only to be topped by the pro class motorcycle team riding a Honda 450x with a elapsed time of 8:30.

Just another fun filled weekend in Baja!!!

Is it possible for Americans to work in Baja? by: Miguel Sedano

blog-img-001I guess lot of people that are undecided to move full time to Baja wonder what they will do down here to keep on been productive? Well there are a few options for you Guys.

Baja is a land of opportunities and especially for entrepreneurs, here a lot of things are still to come and you can be part of that change, many Americans refer to Baja today as the Miami of the 50’s with the benefit that the weather is better all year long and no hurricanes.

Now if you are not an entrepreneur you can be employed by an American company to work from home; actually US lead this modality with more than 25% of the productive population (according to John Daniels- www.Monster.com) in different parts of the chain, from a consultant (free lance) to telemarketing.

Depending on the position and responsibilities that you have in the company work can be flexible with your new Baja lifestyle, here you can be watching the dolphins in the comfort of you’re terrace wile you work on the laptop or be available to take a call next to the pool. read more »