real estate in mexico

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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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…

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Mexico Real Estate Snapshot For The Baja Real Estate Group – By Max Katz

These first six months of 2012, sales have doubled. Homes, that are well priced, sometimes are seeing multiple offers and selling close to list price.

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Bargains Beyond the Border – Get Past the Blood and Drugs: Mexico’s Lower Cost of Living Can Avert a Tearful Retirement

Despite what you may have heard, read and seen, the country is not under siege. The laid-back lure of Mexico’s beaches, forests, deserts, people, and culture has been capturing visitors and second-home buyers for decades and has become an international draw no longer driven solely by Americans and Canadians.

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Mexico Real Estate Opportunities: How To Move From Vacation Property to Life-Long Investment

Many people buying Mexico real estate as a vacation property or for retirement like to see their property as an investment; while there is a very strong aspect of lifestyle investment, as well as the large savings enjoyed in comparison to owning a vacation property or retiring in the U.S. or Canada, a true investment should do more than just bring you savings; it should generate an income. With Mexico real estate, this is a relatively strait-forward step to take.

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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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A Comment on Property Values

Mexico’s realty market has not escaped the world-wide downturn in property prices, which has been led in good part by the contraction of available mortgage credit and falling stock market values. However, Mexico’s downturn has not been as deep or as severe as the one in the USA, and much less so than in places like Spain—and there are specific reasons for that.

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