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International Living’s 10 Best Places To Retire Around The World In 2017

International Living’s 10 Best Places To Retire Around The World In 2017 Next Avenue Contributor Business There’s a new best country in the world to retire, according to the experts at International Living (IL), an authority on global retirement and relocation opportunities. In its Annual Global Retirement Index, the new best country has edged out last year’s No. 10. Malta This small, historic European nation is beautiful and extraordinary. It’s actually a chain of islands between Sicily and North Africa. International Living…

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After The Kids Have Gone: Former Spring Break Destination In Mexico Finds Quieter Ways To Prosper

The Rosarito Beach area of Baja California in Mexico, once a thriving spring break locale that was decimated by crime and a collapsing economy, has had to find new, quieter ways to prosper.

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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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The 10 Best Places to Retire in Mexico

  The 10 Best Places to Retire in Mexico January 15, 2014 Below is an unbiased look at the best places in Mexico to retire – with real pros and cons – to help you make an informed decision as to which best meets your needs, interests and ambitions. So writes “Johnny Punish” (www.JohnnyPunish.com) in edited excerpts from his article written originally as an exclusive for www.munKNEE.com (Your Key to Making Money!) and under the title The Top 10 Places…

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Mexico Tops List of Favorite Boomer Top 5 Vacation Spots

Mexico came in as the top spot, as it earned more than 1,100 votes from the surveyed boomers. Its popularity among the older population should not come as much of a surprise, according to The Huffington Post.

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Cost Of Living In Mexico

Early retirement, a lower cost of living and being able to maintain your lifestyle while watching your wallet are all reasons why American buyers have turned to Mexican real estate especially in our struggling economy

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Baja California Real Estate Property Increasingly Becoming Well known By: Miguel Sedano.

  Baja Mexico real estate has turned into a popular option as many people purchase additional properties or maybe take advantage of this location as a form of place to go for vacation. All the same real estate buying and selling at this point is budget friendly and even numerous. Baja Mexico real estate investment keeps growing into amount and also remains to be one of the best settings to own within Mexico. For individuals who dropped by the spot…

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Baja California Mexico moving ahead with new border crossing. Compilied By: Miguel Sedano.

While U.S. funding to finish the expansion of the San Ysidro port of entry is not yet allocated, Mexico appears on track to complete its new southbound border crossing. Mexico is to finish construction in 2012 of the crossing, known as El Chaparral, as well as new bridges that will be needed for the transborder traffic, said Mexican Congressman Gastón Luken on Friday during the 21st summit of the South County Economic and Development Council. Luken, who represents Baja California,…

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New Otay Border Crossing Option “Ready Lane” By: Miguel Sedano

  Otay Mesa, Calif. — Beginning Monday, May 2, U.S. Customs and Border Protection will open a new Ready Lane at the Otay Mesa port of entry for travelers who have a travel document enabled with Radio Frequency Identification, or RFID, technology. The Ready Lane is a lane for vehicle traffic that only accepts RFID-enabled cards. The new Ready Lane at the Otay Mesa border crossing will be open Monday through Friday from 4 a.m. until 8 p.m. and Saturday…

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An Added Amenity at Palacio del Mar. By: Miguel Sedano

Yes our private shuttle service will take you and all your family on time to catch a plane and fly to many destination in Mexico, with rates as low as $79 Dollars with Volaris a low cost airline that has a lot of flights from and to Baja Mexico. Actually you can fly to: Los Cabos (San Jose del Cabo), Puerto Vallarta, La Paz, Acapulco, Can Cun, Morelia, San Miguel Allende, Cuernavaca, Mexico City, Toluca, Hermosillo, Culiacan, Mazatlan, Veracruz, Zacateca,…

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