"Mexico is just not the same"My parents bought a home in the coastal zone 40 years ago. I have been going there since I was a kid. They had several forms of ownership that originally did not include the land and eventually had to create a Mexican corporation to purchase the land and effectively own the property. I think the process took about 5+ years. My step-mom is fluent in Spanish. She is not deterred by anything. I think even with a solid background with real estate it always sounds like a run around - just a bunch of red tape. Every year I hear about the process to pay taxes through the Mexican lawyers and frankly when it becomes mine I am not sure what to do with it. I haven't been to the house until recently for about 5 years. Wife wont go. Its just a different vibe now - and she drove with me to Cabo more than once back in the day. Mexico is just not the same - but I still love it every time I go.
If you play dumb games down there you will get dumb prizes is about the truest statement ever.
View from the upstairs patio.
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Then there is the health care…….
Mortgage loans here are a little unsatisfactory, unlike in Canada, but there is no other choice. Therefore, before doing this, it is best to get advice from Mortgage Advisor London so that you choose the right mortgage for yourself and then you don't have problems with the bank. I wish you good luck in acquiring property here!Yo hello friend from hot Mexico! A great place to buy a house in this place, I live here and take pleasure for the second year after I moved from cold Canada. I bought a house with my own money and took out a small mortgage because I didn't have enough money. I love this place, you can do anything here and live your life in pleasure.