Everything you need to know about buying and selling real estate in Mexico, Puerto Vallarta, and the Banderas Bay region

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Why do you Need an Attorney to Look at the History of a Property

Why would I need an attorney to look at Condo association, rules and regs. Why is it not the Notario doing that? Buyer beware…issues can only be examined by a proficient legal professional who can go to the registry or use the documents we first ask for from the seller if they show they are recorded.


Mexican Real Estate

4 Priorities for Property Buyers

Insist on a comparative market analysis of the” solds” and a list of the competition on the market for any villa or condo you are considering buying. Don’t take no for an answer. Although it is true that historically there has been a history of not recording true sales prices in the Mexican public registry, this doesn’t have to continue, and it is illegal. You, as a buyer have the right to information before you spend your money.