Foto: Internet 2016 is turning out to be a very good year for tourism in Mexico and it doesnâ€™t appear to be slowing down anytime soon. According to the Tourism Board there has been a growth of almost 10 percent in the first three months, with the rate of increase greater than anywhere else on the world. Last month … [Read more...] about Mexico Shows Boom in Tourism in 2016
Safety in Mexico
Millions of U.S. citizens visit Mexico safely each year and no safety advisories have been in effect for popular tourist destinations like Cancun, Playa del Carmen, and Tulum. Mexico is one of the top tourism and retirement destinations for travelers and ex-pats from around the world and key tourism areas likeÂ the … [Read more...] about Travel in Mexico Safer Than Most U.S Cities
Is Mexico safe? With the news and media blowing things out of proportion, many people ask that same question every day. Well, the U.S. Department of State travel advisory says that most of Mexico and many tourist destinations are very safe to visit. See what they had to say: â€œMexico Travel Advisory LAST UPDATED: … [Read more...] about Is Mexico Safe?
Purchasing Property in Mexico: Part 3 In this edition of purchasing property in Mexico we will discuss the offer to purchase, what needs to be in the offer to purchase and how it works. The offer to purchase is the first document with which you beginÂ the process of transferring a property from the seller to the … [Read more...] about Purchasing Property in Mexico: Offer to purchase
For years, Mexico has been a top destination for visitors, expats and retirees. Sadly, the violence related to drug cartels and TV shows present the whole country as a very dangerous place; when the reality is that violence is located in certain border areas. The Yucatan Peninsula has not suffered the escalating … [Read more...] about Yucatan Peninsula: A Safe Haven for Visitors, Expats and Retirees
Snowbirds arrive to the Riviera Maya between the months of October-November and most of them stay around until around March-April before going back home. Approximate 50,000 snowbirds arrive in Mexico every year, looking for milder winters, lower costs of living and a well-deserved holiday. With cost of living, … [Read more...] about Snowbirds Moving to the Riviera Maya
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
Â Playa del Carmen has a nice balance between downtown small city living and quiet residential neighborhoods.Â Playa car is one of the most well-known, gated community choices in Playa del Carmen real estate.Â This quiet, Beverly Hills like, section has been around for a while and is also the most seen since it is … [Read more...] about Is living in Playacar much safer than Playa del Carmen downtown?