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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 previously, and that are back in to think of it as home, real estate property within Baja, Mexico still is fairly very affordable as well as easy to find, though the continuing surge in number of inhabitants here has resulted in a large number of markdown on accessible homes for sale. Possibilities in property investing over here vary from extremely reasonably priced to deluxe and high priced. In a few sites, the property is among the most pricey in the country.
Baja, Mexico, considerably more technically referred to as Baja California, is one among the 31 states in the country of Mexico. This is around the northern most as well as the westernmost portion of Mexico, along the Baja Peninsula. Having a population of 3.1 million people, the place is large and developing. This rests upon typically the Pacific Ocean, near to the United States, rendering it a fairly easy location to travel to meant for Americans. Nearly 75 % of this state’s inhabitants lives within the capitol city of Mexicali, or Ensenada or simply Tijuana. Each of these zones along with San Felipe, Playas de Rosarito and Tecate are important in the housing market over here.
The most prized of property and assets within Baja Mexico is certainly around the coastline. Many individuals just who purchase over here accomplish this to take advantage of the warm, peaceful Pacific Ocean. Baja, Mexico real estate property meant for auction within this region comes with a wide volume of property and assets opportunities, but a majority are generally solitary family residences, townhomes or even apartments, having studios actually being the most common option for those who’re acquiring from abroad. Moreover, merely beyond the greater urban centers, and then in places such as San Felipe and Tecate, even larger homesteads can be obtained. A number of these pose probably the most valuation promise depending on their particular location.
That searching for Baja, Mexico rentals will find apartments the most commonly obtainable property or home over here, yet getting a family house, can also be attainable. Baja Mexico real estate investment listings give a assortment of opportunities on budgets, with basic comforts actually being the most affordable. Often the far more remote the spot might be, the cheaper the fee. All the same, Baja, Mexico homes that can be purchased keeps to construct and get bigger, with many sites seeing a price tag per square foot of all the way to US $2000 around locations where it also cost $20 per square foot merely 20 yrs earlier. Those purchasing Baja, Mexico real-estate will likely notice their investment grow eventually, though there is absolutely no assuring in which fees can even out.
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Efficient border crossings topic of forum. By: Miguel Sedano

Enhanced driver’s license, pre-inspection of U.S.-bound trucks discussed.

A wide range of initiatives aimed at speeding up the passage of goods and people across the California-Mexico border were featured Wednesday at the Institute of the Americas on the University of California San Diego campus.
Among the proposals: increased segmentation of northbound traffic, a pre-inspection program in Mexico for U.S.-bound trucks, and enhanced California drivers licenses that would allow for faster processing of passenger vehicles.
The discussion was led by Institute president Charles Shapiro and two members of the Smart Border Coalition, co-chairman Malin Burnham and director James Clark. The 20-member coalition, started in 2008, is made up of business leaders from Tijuana and San Diego who are pushing for more efficient border crossings.
Burnham and Clark applauded existing programs such as the Sentri and Ready Lane that speed up border crossings for pre-screened passengers and those with approved U.S. travel documents. They expressed concern about the reconstruction of the San Ysidro border, a $577-million project that has been approved but not completely funded by Congress.
Without funding in the 2013 budget, “we’re going to have the biggest mess in the world,” said Clark, who is director of the Mexico Business Center of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce.
If a proposed cross-border air terminal gets approved and built, ticketed U.S. passengers will have their own pedestrian border crossing leading from Otay Mesa to Tijuana’s A.L. Rodriguez International Airport, where they can board flights for Shanghai, Tokyo and destinations across Mexico.
Clark said the Tijuana airport could also soon be receiving cargo flights from Europe. A German carrier is looking to establish service to and from Tijuana, he said.
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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.Mexico New Border 2012

Luken, who represents Baja California, said that Mexico has allocated $55 million to finish the project as planned. The funds came from fees collected at Mexican commercial border crossings.

“The expansion project should be seen as an investment not an expense,” Luken said about the San Ysidro expansion.

The remodeling and expansion project is to be done in three phases, which together are to cost $577 million.

Phase one is under way which involves the demolition of the existing port of entry building and expansion of traffic lanes from 24 to 62.

The second phase, which is to start in 2013, involves improving the pedestrian processing facilities.

And in the third phase, the I-5 southbound lanes will be shifted to accommodate the expansion of northbound lanes. The new southbound lanes are to connect to El Chaparral.

The total San Ysidro project was to be completed by 2016 but that date is now in doubt because the U.S. Congress has not yet funded phases two and three. When pressed as to what a potential funding delay means, project managers say that the expansion will be finished, but later than planned.

What’s more, a potential delay would also affect the planned U.S. expansions of the Otay Mesa and Calexico border crossings.

The annual summit drew about 400 people to the San Diego Convention Center to hear a variety of leaders and analysts discuss the region’s economy. One panel featured elected officials from all levels of government in California, as well as Luken, speaking about “The Future of the Border Region.”

They all spoke about the importance of securing the funds to complete the San Ysidro project.

“Reducing the wait times should be the priority,” stressed Assemblyman Ben Hueso, D-San Diego, during the panel discussion.

He said that reducing wait times by one hour per day would generate an additional $7 billion in revenue per year for San Diego County.

For his part, San Diego Councilman David Alvarez said he recently visited Washington, D.C. as part of a regional delegation that included officials from both sides of the border, including Luken, to lobby members of Congress to approve the funds to complete the expansion.

“There are no funds yet, but we must make the effort to raise awareness of the importance of transforming the San Ysidro border crossing,” said Alvarez, who represents District 8.

U.S. Rep. Bob Filner, D-San Diego, said, “many people would die to live in a region like this one.” That’s why an investment should be made to make traveling between both countries easier, something that would spur economic development in both countries, he said.

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San Ysidro “Stacked Booths” will speed up border crossing. By: Miguel Sedano

San Ysidro Border 2011

Even though demolition at the San Ysidro Port of Entry will be closing as many as five re-entry lanes at a time in the next few months, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials said Thursday that traffic may actually flow faster through the busiest border crossing in the Western Hemisphere.
Traffic will be “channeled” into fewer lanes, the pace shouldn’t slacken because Customs will be opening additional inspection booths at each gateway to process two vehicles at a time. The so-called “stacked booths” are being used at other border crossings according to officials and have proven efficient.
San Ysidro is undergoing a massive, three-phase, $577-million reconstruction which requires the contractors to tear down existing structures that sit directly over the top of the 24 lanes of wall-to-wall, bumper-to-bumper traffic.
Since June, the Colorado-based Hansel Phelps Construction Co. has been “surgically” dismantling the sprawling administration complex above the traffic. Central to the process is a towering yellow crane that dominates the border landscape.
Starting at the end of August through Thanksgiving, the project enters a particularly tricky phase as remaining shell of the building must come down. To accomplish this, processing booth areas will be closed off as each section is torn down, affecting up to five lanes.
When it comes to figuring out which lanes are functional, Customs and Border Protection will try to remove the guess work for border travelers. A traffic engineer in Tijuana has been contracted to design a strategy for channeling vehicles to the “stacked booth” gateways.
By the end of August, Customs will have operating 10 gateways with “stacked booths” to process two vehicles simultaneously.
When completed, the reconfiguration and expansion of San Ysidro will have 62 northbound inspection booths, expanded processing facilities, a dedicated bus lane and express lanes for the “trusted traveler” programs – SENTRI and Ready Lane vehicles.
This first phase is fully funded and is on track to be completed by the summer of 2014, officials say.
The second phase, which includes the construction of the new administration building and pedestrian route and Phase 3, the realignment and expansion of I-5 south with expanded capacity and a transit center on the Mexican side of the border are as yet unfunded.

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San Ysidro “The world’s busiest border crossing” is going to get a bit narrower By: Miguel Sedano

Crossing through the San Ysidro Port of Entry from Mexico is a slog during the best of times for more than 17 million vehicles a year, but the trip promises to become even more challenging, starting Monday June 20th 2011 as a number of lanes are taken out of action for 30 hours at a time into July.

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The first set of closures — four lanes on the east side of the port of entry — begin Monday at 8 p.m. and will last until 5:30 p.m.Tuesday. Workers will be stringing auxiliary power and data lines to entry booths in preparation for the dismantling of the building over the booths.
The entire border crossing is undergoing a three-phase, $517-million expansion and renovation which is expected to be completed in 2014. When completed, northbound vehicle inspection lanes will increase from 24 to 34. Southbound lanes will increase from six to as many as 12.

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol has provided a tentative schedule of lane closings. Each set of lanes will close at 10 p.m. and reopen about 30 hours later at 4 a.m. The schedule is subject to construction progress:
•    June 22-24: two lanes from the west side
•    June 24-26: three lanes from the west side
•    June 26-28: three lanes from the west side
•    June 28-30: three lanes from the west side
•    June 30-July 2: three lanes from the west side
•    July 5-7: three lanes near the middle/west
•    July 7-9: three lanes near the middle/west
Border crossers can call (619)-690-8999 for the latest information on which lanes are being closed and length of wait times at San Ysidro. Crossers hoping to use the nearby Otay Mesa Port of Entry can call (619) 671-8999 for the same sort of information.

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Mexico is also developing a new southbound crossing known as El Chaparral, at a cost of more than $50 million.
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Rosarito Metered Parking “Pay And Display” By: Miguel Sedano.

Parking meters were installed in the downtown Rosarito (BLvd Juarez) and are already in use;  Here how it works:

Pay and Display means you buy a ticket from the machines located in main street and to avoid a fine you must display your ticket on the dashboard.

How do I use a SmartMeter?
To use a SmartMeter, just walk to the nearest pay station and make a payment. SmartMeters are usually in the middle of every block on both sides, so you shouldn’t have to walk far. The instructions are clearly marked on the machine. To print your receipt, press the green button. The pay station will print out a receipt showing the amount paid, the date, and the expiration time.  To avoid a fine you must display your ticket on the dashboard.

When do I have to pay?
In the Downtown District, parking meters operate 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Sunday, unless otherwise posted.

What if I don’t use up my time?
While your receipt is still valid, you can move your car to another SmartMeter space. There are no refunds for unused time.

SmartMeters Accepts Mexican Pesos Coins and 25 Cents US Coins, The Parking meters DON’T GIVE CHANGE. 25 Cents are good for 15 minutes.

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Ocean Front Condo for less than 300K? By: Miguel Sedano

Palacio del Mar 2020 sq ft Unit.

Paradise Found… this is Palacio Del Mar which has unspoiled coastlines and awe-inspiring sunsets. Luxury oceanfront resort offers 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms unit (2020 sq/ft) with designer decor and state-of-the-art amenities. The finest of amenities including: Indoor Pools, Jacuzzi, Fitness Center, Private Movie Theater, Private Shuttle Service, Play Room, Library, Tennis courts, and fine details such as granite counter tops and designer furnishings.
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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, Puebla, Oaxaca, Aguas Calientes, Merida, Ciudad del Carmen, Huatulco, Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, Ciudad Obregon, San Luis Potosi, Manzanillo, Tapachula, Lazaro Cardenas, Tepic, Saltillo, Colima and internationally to Tokio and Shangai with rates as low as $990 Dollars for a round trip (That’s a Deal, just like Palacio Del Mar Deals).

Also did you know that a border crossing connecting Baja’s international airport to a passenger terminal in San Diego County cleared a key bureaucratic hurdle last week, winning a presidential permit from the State Department. Presidential permits are necessary authorizations for the construction of new border infrastructure, such as ports of entry, rail linkages, etc. The crossing would allow travelers to park on the U.S. side, walk across an enclosed pedestrian bridge into Mexico, and board planes directly out of the General Abelardo L. Rodríguez airport, located 16 miles north of downtown Rosarito.

Please be aware that all Americans need to have a valid passport and if you don’t live in Mexico please make sure that your passport get a stamp (FMT) prior to boarding your plan in the migration boot at the airport.  Airlines will not check if you have a valid stamp, they only check for a valid passport. If you don’t stamp your passport you will be subject to a fine that could go anywhere from  $100 to $5000 Dollars plus a not pleasant time with the Mexican immigration authorities.

If you are using our Shuttle service to the airport you don’t need to worry about anything because the concierge team at Palacio Del Mar will make sure that all the proper documentation is on place.

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What do I need to know when crossing the San Diego – Tijuana border? By Miguel Sedano.

What do I have to do when crossing the border?

Select carefully the lane to enter the country:
•    Nothing to Declare Lane
It is used when your exemptions do not exceed the permitted limits
•    Self-declaration Lane
It is used when you bring goods worth more than the personal or family exemptions, or when the amounts of goods exceed those amounts allowed in your personal luggage
Upon crossing the border, your vehicle will activate the Automated Selection Mechanism (stop light). When crossing the border on foot you will be asked to activate the mechanism:
o    The red light indicates that your luggage will be inspected
o    The green light indicates that you can drive through the Customs facilities without inspection
If you or your vehicle has been selected for inspection, a Customs Inspector will conduct the examination. If the Customs Inspector finds goods that should have been declared and you did not do it, the Inspector will classify and appraise the goods and will impose the corresponding sanctions.

If you mistakenly choose the wrong lane, you may approach a Customs Inspector and ask for a classification and appraisal of your goods for the corresponding payment of duties and taxes.

Customs Inspection

In some cases the customs Automated Selection System (stoplight) may determine, without human intervention that your belongings will be subject to customs inspection.

This is a simple procedure. We would appreciate your cooperation in order to make it an agile one too. Please follow our customs personnel instructions. They must treat you with courtesy and respect while they ask you to open your luggage and proceed with its inspection. Also, they must handle your belongings with care. Remember that all persons entering Mexico are obliged to comply with Mexico’s customs provisions.

What can I bring in duty free?

•    The items allowed in your personal luggage, according to the length of your trip
•    Up to 75 USD per person in permitted goods, or its equivalent in other currencies. Passengers traveling with family members (spouse and children) may combine their personal exemptions only when arriving together on the same vehicle. In order to claim this additional exemption, passengers must have the corresponding commercial invoices or receipts available
•    Beer, alcoholic beverages, manufactured tobacco and motor vehicle fuel (except for the fuel contained in the vehicle’s fuel tank) may not be included in this additional exemption

Which items may be included in my personal luggage exempt from duty?

1.    Goods for personal use, such as clothing, footwear and personal toiletries and beauty products, as long as they are appropriate for the duration of the trip, including wedding party items.
2.    Two photographic cameras or video recorders, 12 rolls of film or videocassettes; photographic material; two cellular telephones or radio phones; a portatil typewriter; an electronic calendar; a portable computer (laptop), notebook, omnibook or similar items; a copier or portable printer; a portable projector, and their accessories.
3.    Two sports equipment, four rods, three speedboats with or without sails and their accessories, trophies or recognitions, provided that they can be transported normally and commonly by the passenger, one stair climber and bicycle
4.    A portable radio for the recording or reproduction of sound or mixed tapes; or a digital sound reproducer or portable reproducer of compact discs and a portable reproducer of DVD’s, such as a pair of portable speakers, and their accessories.
5.    Five laser disks, 10 DVD disks, 30 compact disks (CD) or magnetic tapes (audiocassettes), for the reproduction of sound and five storage devices or memory cards for any electronic equipment.
6.    Books, magazines and printed documents.
7.    Five toys, —included those that are collectible— and a video game console and videogames.
8.    One device that permits measurement of arterial pressure and one for glucose, as well as medications of personal use; in the case of psychotropic’s the medical prescription should be shown.
9.    One set of binoculars and a telescope.
10.    Valises, trunks and suitcases necessary for the movement of goods.
11.    Passengers over 18 years of age, may introduce a maximum of up to 20 packs of cigarettes, 25 cigars or 200 grams of tobacco and up to three liters of alcoholic beverages, and six liters of wine; in excess of the above, cannot be imported without complying with applicable regulations and restrictions.
12.    Baby travel accessories, such as strollers and baby-walkers
13.    Two musical instruments and its accessories.
14.    A camping tent and camping equipment, as well as their accessories.
15.    Handicapped or old travelers may introduce items for personal use, useful to have a better performance of their activities, such as walkers, wheelchairs, crutches and canes.
16.    A set of tools including its case, it might have a hand drill, wire cutters, wrenches, dices, screwdrivers, current cables, among others.
17.    Beddings, that will be able to include a set of matching sheets and pillowcases, a set of towels, a set of bath, a set of table linen and a set of kitchen.
18.    Up to two dogs or cats, maybe introduced as well as their accessories, provided that the corresponding zoo sanitary import certificate issued by (SAGARPA) is presented to the customs officials.

In which cases should I pay taxes?

•    Remember that you are entitled to bring in up to US$300 worth of goods in addition to the goods included in your personal luggage, and that you are allowed to combine this amount with family members
•    If you exceed this exemption, or if your family’s combined amount exceeds the combined exemption, you must pay duties and taxes. There is a flat 15% rate of duties and taxes, which is applied only to the amount exceeding the exemption (individual or combined). You must fill out a payment form, which is available at the Customs counter
•    If the value of the goods surpasses three thousand dollars (per family member) after subtracting the US$300 exemption, or if any of the goods is subject to non-tariff regulations or restrictions, you must hire the services of a customs broker. Private brokerage services are always available at the airport
•    From November 1st, 2009 until January 10th, 2010 you will be able to import goods in the mentioned procedure, as long as its value does not exceed 3,000 dollars
•    If you bring a desktop computer, you may pay duties and taxes by filling out a payment form as long as the value of the computer and its peripherals and accessories do not exceed US$4,000. If the total value of the computer and its peripherals and accessories exceeds US$4,000 you must hire the services of a customs broker

Which other items must be declared?

•    Animals, agricultural products and medications
•    If you are carrying more than US$10,000, or its equivalent in other currencies, in cash, checks, money orders or any other monetary instrument, or a combination of them, you must declare the amount exceeding US$10,000. You will not have to pay duties or taxes, but you must declare it on the Customs Declaration form. Failing to declare it is a violation of Mexican Law and such violation is sanctioned with administrative and even criminal penalties

Which goods are restricted?

•    Firearms and ammunition. In order to import firearms and cartridges you must secure an import permit from the Ministry of Economy and from the Ministry of National Defense.

For further information please visit the following websites: www.economia.gob.mx  and www.sedena.gob.mx.

Which goods are prohibited?

In accordance with the Law of the General Taxes of Import and Export, the following products are prohibited for the import and/or export:
•    Alive predator fish, in their states of young fish, youthful and adult
•    Totoaba, fresh or cooled (fish)
•    Frozen Totoaba (fish)
•    Turtle eggs or any class
•    Poppy seeds (Narcotic)
•    Flour of poppy seeds (Narcotic)
•    Seeds and spores of marijuana (Cannabis indica), even though when they are mixed with other seeds
•    Marijuana (Cannabis indica)
•    Juice and extracts of opium, prepared to smoke
•    Extracts and juice derived from marijuana (Cannabis indica)
•    Mucilage and condensed products derived from the marijuana (Cannabis indica)
•    Stamps or printed transfers in colors or in black and white, displayed for their sale in envelopes or packages, even when they include chewing gum, candies or any other type of articles, containing drawings, figures or illustrations that represent childhood in a degrading or ridiculous way, on attitudes of incitement to violence, to self-destruction or in any other form of antisocial behavior, known like Garbage Pail Kids, for example, printed by any company or commercial denomination.
•    Thallium sulfate
•    Insecticide (Isodrin or Aldrin)
•    Insecticide (Heptaclor or Drinox)
•    Insecticide (Endrin or Mendrin or Nendrin or Hexadrin)
•    Insecticide (Leptophos)
•    Heroin, base or hydrochloride of diacetylmorphine
•    Medication prepared with marijuana (Cannabis indica)
•    Medication prepared with acetylmorphine or of its salts or derivatives
•    Skins of turtle or doggerhead turtle
•    Goods that have been declared as archaeological monuments by the Secretariat of Public Education

For effects of the Customs Law, the import or export of prohibited merchandises is causal so that the customs authorities come to a precautionary detrain from said merchandises and the means of transport. Likewise, it constitutes an infraction related to the import or exports of this type of merchandise and is sanctioned with a fine: Therefore, these merchandises happen to be property of the Federal State, regardless of the penal sanctions establishes by the Penal Code.

If all this information seems to complicated for you, at Palacio del Mar only 35 minutes south of the border you will have a 24/7 concierge service that will be more than happy to assist you with any small or big request.

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Introducing the AT&T Viva Mexico Plans. By: Miguel Sedano.

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•    Caller ID
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