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

What documentation do you need?

Correct Paperwork When You Decide to Sell

Electric and phone bill must match the legal description of your escritura. You have discovered that your address or name in the deed does not match what is on your phone or electric bill. Yes, the bills are paid to the person you pay to do this, but this system can be a problem when you decide to sell. The system we usually follow before we decide to sell doesn’t have the checks and balances it should.

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Generation Y and Real Estate

MILLENNIALS ARE HERE IN THE BAY OF BANDERAS

Generation Y or the Millennials are persons born in the 1980s and 1999. They are estimated to be 70 million strong. Age is typically 20 years old to 38 years. **Millennials are individualistic, innovative, creative, revel in diversity, multi-taskers, and go by their own rules. M´s rely on their intuitive sense to understand technology from the environment in which they have grown up. They can bring a more creative and innovative approach to solving problems than previous generations.

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What to expect from your agent

Taking Responsibility: What Rights and Representation Do Condo Buyers and Sellers Deserve?

This article is about all condos: pre-construction, new developments, as well as resales. There is a particular ethical and moral way in which buyers and sellers should deal with each other, and most of the time, the person who has to keep the negotiation on this level is the agent (agents) involved. This is our responsibility to recognize and require that everyone involved work on the highest level of reason and fairness.

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2018 OUTLOOK: Mexico & the Bay of Banderas ( Puerto Vallarta & Nayarit )

Inventory vs Sales

2018 OUTLOOK: Mexico & the Bay of Banderas ( Puerto Vallarta & Nayarit )

IMF (International Monetary Fund) 2018 Outlook: The Mexican economy continues to grow, mainly due to its strong economic policies, even while the fate of the country’s trade deal with North America remains unclear. Mexico would still benefit from carrying out reforms for stronger and more inclusive growth. The main areas to tackle are inequality, corruption, obstacles holding back firms’ productivity, and tax collection to allow more room for public investment.

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