What was once a dream is now a reality as you venture out into your quest to owning your very own piece of Caribbean paradise. In part one (Mexico Property: Everything you wanted to know about Escrow Part 1), we reviewed the basics and I’m now confident you are on your way to ‘buying property nirvana”, but strangely … [Read more...] about Mexico Property: Everything you wanted to know about Escrow Part 2
What was once a dream is now a reality as you venture out into your quest to owning your very own piece of Caribbean Mexico property. But strangely, you still find yourself lying awake at night; tossing and turning with all those buying questions just swirling around inside your head. Fear not! All your questions are … [Read more...] about Mexico Property: Everything you wanted to know about Escrow Part 1
La Paz, Baja California Sur, is a very special place. First, it is important to understand that the words, La Paz mean City of Peace. And it is! Residents live full and happy lives and are not interested in conflict or unhappiness. We help one another! Over the next few weeks I will share some of the … [Read more...] about Rancho El Camino in the La Paz Real Estate Region
Every transfer of Mexico real estate property MUST, by law, be made before a Mexican notary public. The Mexican notary public is required to have a degree in law. He must have a minimum of five years of legal practice, pass a rigorous examination and then be appointed by the governor of the state in which he/she … [Read more...] about Mexico Real Estate Closing Advice and Role of the Closing Agent
Per Internal Revenue Code Section 6048 any trust established in a foreign country including the Mexico real estate region or its US beneficiary must file certain forms with the US department of the treasury (Internal Revenue Service) each year.. Forms 3520 and 3520A must be filed by anyone who holds an … [Read more...] about THE FIDEICOMISO (MEXICAN BANK TRUST) CONTROVERSY and FORMS 3520 and 3520A is it? or is it not??
Linda Neil is one of our Top Brokers who has just written another informative piece regarding Mexico Real Estate issues such as taxes as seen below in her article called "Tax Obligations for foreigners in Mexico Death and Taxes...both are inevitable". Linda has been working in the La Paz real estate industry for … [Read more...] about Taxes and the Mexico Real Estate markets Part I
John Glaab and Linda Neil are two good friends who have a world of experience in the La Paz real estate region and in the majority of the rest of the Mexican real estate industry. They asked me to share their quarterly news update which I was very happy to forward onto the TOP Mexico Real Estate blog. Welcome to … [Read more...] about La Paz Real Estate Expert Linda Neil and John Glaab Share A Few Notes
Is the Mexico Retirement industry a niche market that can help the Mexico real estate market come back? With millions of baby boomers reaching retirement age every day, the market for a lovely place to live with the security and services required is growing exponentially. Many baby boomers no … [Read more...] about Mexico Retirment Living; ACTIVE LIVING……ASSISTED LIVING