retiring to mexico

Smart Strategies for Selling Your Home in the Off-Season

By Suzie Wilson – Are you preparing a home for sale in the off-season? Regardless of what time of year it is, you can enjoy success in the housing market with a few clever strategies in place. Here is how to make the most of your property so you can anticipate a quick and smooth transaction. Warm and Welcoming Just because it’s the off-season doesn’t mean your home can’t stand out from the crowd. With that in mind, the last…

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Mexico Developers Selling Cheaper Alternative to U.S. Luxury Senior Housing

“There’s quite the misconception of Mexico, but the economy is growing and there is a large middle class here,” says Ketner. “It’ll just take more time getting people accustomed to the idea, and us a few months to figure out what our niches are.”

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Housing inventory not much of an issue in northern Baja California, broker Kathy Katz says

Low housing inventory is a challenge for most San Diego County real estate firms. But it’s a different story just south of the border. “We have great inventory in northern Baja California,” said Kathy Katz, broker and co-owner with husband Max Katz at Baja Real Estate Group in Rosarito Beach and Ensenada.

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Want to buy the retirement home in an area where mortgages are not available or are far more costly than in the US?

  Want to buy the retirement home in an area where mortgages are not available or are far more costly than in the US? Find out if a reverse mortgage would work for you. With a reverse mortgage on your primary US home, you may be able to access most if not all the funds to buy your home abroad. See the details below: What is a reverse mortgage? Reverse mortgage loans are a way for older homeowners to convert…

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10 Best Wine Travel Destinations 2014

  Valle de Guadalupe/Baja California, Mexico —Michael Shachner What’s that, they make wine in Mexico? Indeed, they do—have for centuries—and not just sacramental wine and plonk. In the northern reaches of Baja California, along Route 3 in the Guadalupe Valley, the quality of wine has risen over the past two decades. Wineries here have teamed up with chefs and hoteliers to create Baja’s very own Ruta del Vino (wine route). Less than two hours from San Diego, the Valle de…

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ACA – Obamacare’s Effects on American Expats Living Abroad

This article is for all the Americans traveling or living abroad who have, so far, avoided learning about the Affordable Care Act (ACA). With the upcoming Oct. 1, 2013 – March 31, 2014 enrollment period, for ACA – Obamacare, there are bundles of questions that arise affecting US citizens who are outside the USA.

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Talks Of Ownership Laws in Mexico Generate Surge in Real Estate Sales

The historical amendment to Mexican Constitutions´ 27th Article, has stirred the interest in properties along the Baja Riviera, as evidenced by the surge of real-estate activity along the Northern Baja Coast.

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Huge Dolphin Pod at Calafia Condos – Baja Real Estate Group

Calafia Condos Resort & Villas. The area sits on a privileged location that is a window to an assortment of marine wild life, from sea lions, seals, seagulls to dolphins, whales and even orcas.

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Mexico, to attract U.S. retirees, may ease limits on landownership

For the first time in nearly a century, lawmakers are moving to allow non-Mexicans to buy coastal real estate and hold the deeds to it, without having to set up bank trusts or find silent Mexican partners.

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