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

Buying a Condo in Mexico

Two Key Issues for Condominium Owners

After 20 years of attending condominium meetings in Jalisco, I have learned that certain core issues cause most of the ongoing problems. These problems persist from lack of understanding (education) and lack of communication. Issue of Private and Common Areas – Yes, the condo regime, bylaws, rules, regs, and escritura (trust deeds) are in Spanish. It is still vital to understand the most important clauses or definitions contained within these documents. 

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Condo Laws of Jalisco

A Reference Guide for the Condominium Owner

¨He Who Knows His Law, Gets Ahead of Those Who Do Not¨ Condominiums are a large part of the real estate inventory in the Bay. The price range is wider, so more people can afford this form of real estate. Condominium ownership can require less oversight by the owner.

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Mexican Condominium Laws

The ABCs of the Condo Homeowners Meetings in Mexico

If you own a condo, you should know that the condo homeowners meetings in Mexico are the top authority for the running of the building. Meetings are both ordinary and extraordinary, with at least one ordinary meeting held each year within the first three months of the year. I’ll also cover the rules that govern maintenance fees today. Here are the ABCs of what you should know:

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