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

Mexican Real Estate

What Buyers Should Know About Real Estate Escrow and Deposits

If you have found a property, and you want an offer, I recommend the following: Your offer should include time for you to conduct due diligence, an inspection, or other concerns. Beware of your having to put your deposit into the escrow company before these issues are resolved. Mexico does not require funds to be put up by the buyer in order to have a binding offer.

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The Purchase of Real Estate

Buying Property & Real Estate in Mexico

Foreigners (non-Mexican) are able to purchase real estate in Mexico. They may directly own rural or urban land in the interior of Mexico with certain limitations on specific agricultural tracts.  In the restricted protected zone, a Trust Deed is used.

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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.

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Selling Property in Mexico

What Documents do you Need?

It is hard to know what you need in the way of documents when you decide to sell. Your paperwork trail needs to satisfy the notary. He has to have everything he needs to establish a clear picture of you as the owner. And if you are a foreigner buying in a trust, the trustee will be very particular about all documents.

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