Real Estate

Friday, March 16th, 2012

Sayulita Preserve is an extraordinary new residential community in the making, located on the south side of town where Calle Revolucion meets the Punta Mita Highway. Upon completion, Sayulita Preserve will include 198 affordable two- and three-bedroom homes meandering through a magnificent 26-acre jungle setting, just a short stroll from town and the breathtaking beach and surf. Half of the units will be single story, single-family detached homes, and the rest will be two-story townhomes and casitas. The average single-family lot sizes will be 350 square meters.

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

Would you put you car for sale on the street without washing it? Would you go to a job interview without brushing your hair? Would you leave peeling paint, unkempt gardens and dirty windows in and on your house that was For Sale? Some people do!

Friday, January 13th, 2012

When purchasing property in a foreign country, you will find many similarities and many differences. One big incentive for foreign buyers is a savings that you will not find on the purchase of property in the States or Canada. This savings comes in the form of property taxes.

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

As a foreigner, the purchase of a Mexican property can seem like an ordeal because the process seems so "different" and "foreign."  In reality, yes, the process is different, and it is very do-able. Today, I've chosen to write about the important subject of "wills in Mexico."  If you have a will in the United States or Canada it will not necessarily cover your Mexican assets.

Friday, December 9th, 2011

It is the beginning of high season, the hustle and the bustle of the town heightens with each succeeding week. More people are in the streets eating tacos, there is an abundance of hot dog stands, , the "cake lady" is at her corner in the evening and the new "locales" glisten with this year's featured tourist treasures. What you will also notice on the streets of Sayulita are For Sale signs. Yes, there is a lot of property available at this time for lucky buyers. In real estate parlance, it's a "buyer's market" and, possibly, a correct time for savvy buyers and investors to act because sellers are willing "to deal".
Friday, November 25th, 2011

Something all homeowners in Sayulita share is a sense of belonging to this unique village on the Mexican coastline. Coming to this vibrant and growing fishing village means you are prepared for "different". You are investing in a property and a new lifestyle, which could seem so "foreign," at first. In the land of the "mañana factor," everything changes pace and you come to appreciate the value of the slower life rhythm.

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