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

Finding your perfect home

4 Priorities for Buyers of Mexican Real Estate

Did you know you have a great opportunity right now to find a wonderful deal on a villa or condo in our market of Puerto Vallarta, Bucerias, La Cruz, Punta Mita, and many points in between? Here I share with you the 4 priorities for buying real estate in Mexico and the Bay.

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Delays and Procedures in Real Estate Transactions

The September 11 attacks in 2001, which led to the Patriot Act in the US and similar legislation worldwide, led to a new emphasis on money laundering laws to combat terrorism financing.[8] The Group of Seven (G7) nations used the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering to put pressure on governments around the world to increase surveillance and monitoring of financial transactions and share this information between countries. Starting in 2002, governments around the world upgraded money laundering laws and surveillance and monitoring systems of financial transactions.

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Real Estate Basics to Know

Buying Your Dream Home in Mexico

Here are some of the real estate basics to know and understand before you purchase real estate in Mexico: Understand the scope of work of the notary. The concept of the “notario publico” needs to be explained to the foreigner buyer or seller. The Mexican notario is an experienced, specialized attorney who decides if the seller has the authority and ability to transfer his property. The notary is required to file the fidecomiso or deed with the public registry, and he is a neutral party to the transaction.

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Dealing with Currency Exchange

Puerto Vallarta Rentals & Real Estate

The weaker peso is attracting more visitors this winter. They are enjoying our temperate weather and lower prices for food and lodging. The increased ¨snowbird¨ population is putting pressure on restaurants and hotels to hire more staff. In some cases, these businesses are offering higher wages for the next 3-4 months to entice dental and medical assistants and other young workers away from their jobs. If we have more condos being built in Zona Romantica, the concern about demand is still on the table. 

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