Scenic view of Puerto Vallarta

Do Your Homework When You Sell Your Property in Mexico

Do your homework when you sell your property in Mexico. Sellers, for example, need to know when they offer property for sale if they...
Beachfront property in Puerto Vallarta

Buyers Should Know About Escrow and Deposits in Mexico

If you have found a property and want to make an offer, buyers should know about escrow and deposits in Mexico.Your offer should include...
View of home in Puerto Vallarta

Expats Can Own a Home in Mexico

Yes, expats can own a home in Mexico. You may directly own rural or urban land in the interior of Mexico, with certain limitations...
Puerto Vallarta Condo

Differences in New Development Projects in Mexico  

There are differences in new development projects in Mexico compared with the United States. Today, I would like to explain how it is done...

Did You Know Escrow Is Not Required in Mexico?

Did you know escrow is not required in Mexico? Unlike the U.S. and Canada where a third party is used to hold funds, the...
The south shore of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Four Priorities for Buyers of Mexican Real Estate

If you’re an expat thinking about purchasing a home in Mexico, here are four priorities for buyers of Mexican real estate you should be...
View from a home in Puerto Vallarta

The Impact of Money Laundering Laws on Mexico Real Estate

The impact of money laundering on Mexico real estate transactions is the result of numerous laws that were passed after the September 11, 2001...
old town

Do Not Take Fair Market Value for Granted in Mexico  

Those of us living in Mexico who are from other parts of North America often assume that fair market value in real estate is...
Walls Murals in Mexico

Cultural Differences Between North Americans

The three countries that make up North America are physically close, but cultural difference between North Americans are based on much different history and...
Beachfront property in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Notaries and Utility Bills in Mexico Real Estate Closings

In Mexico real estate closings, the notary is required to adequately identify the sellers and to be sure that the property taxes, bank trust...