Mexico Real Estate’s International Key Players in Cuernavaca – 4. Alston Boyd

Published on: Jan 24 2013 by Thomas Lloyd

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Alston Boyd

Today is my final post on the people I had a chance to talk to in Cuernavaca last week – specifically, those who are key players in the international connections we hope to build for Mexico’s real estate industry this year.


Today I will share a bit of information about Alston Boyd, a broker in Texas with over 20 years of experience both in Texas and internationally.  As the Chairman of the International Committee of the Texas Association of Realtors, Mr. Boyd will offer a key connection between brokers in Mexico and those in Texas, who have been showing a strong interest in this country.


Mr. Boyd’s current positions include:

  • Texas Association of Realtors – Chairman of International Committee
  • National Association of Realtors – NAR President’s Liason to Central America
  • Boyd & Boyd Properties – Broker/Realtor


Thomas Lloyd and Alston Boyd

Thomas Lloyd and Alston Boyd

He was also a member of Mexico’s Association of Realtors (AMPI) from 2008 – 2010.


As with Linda Neil, John Glaab and Jeff Hornberger, I look forward to being in contact with Alston Boyd and the exciting things we will accomplish for professionalism and international connections we will be building for Mexico real estate this year.


Thomas Lloyd graduated from Purdue University Krannert School of Management with a degree in Management/Financial Option Investments. He has been living, investing, and working professionally in Mexico for over 16 years. In the summer of 2009, he received the first federally applied Mexico Real Estate Degree and Mexico Professional Real Estate License S.E.P. #5978657. He is the president of Top Mexico Real Estate. Contact him at (512) 879-6546.


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