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

Cash vs Pre-Construction Loans

Real Estate Financing in Mexico

Private Lender or Mexican Bank Mortgages or Developer Financing in Pre-Construction. Reduce Your Risk by Conducting Due Diligence. Mexico’s real estate market is almost entirely a cash market. Individual sellers most often have paid cash themselves, and they need cash back at closing. In this case, you need all cash, or you may be able to qualify for a Mexican Bank loan or a private lender.

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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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New Year’s Resolutions

For the world, that all countries follow some form of fiscal and social responsibility.  In the big picture, racism and separatism will isolate us rather than benefit us. Education in Mexico is a priority. Lack of education of its citizens harms everyone in the country.  Low wages serve the rich well, but keep the poor from learning better skills to raise their standard of living.

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