Legal Real Estate Transactions
Oftentimes I hear things like, “Oh, you don’t need an attorney to handle due diligence nor closing, trust me, I’ve got your back, by the way, sign this purchase agreement and I also need that 10% deposit (none/refundable)”.
Purchasing property means so much more than just the buying process, it involves many steps, due diligence in my case, must include, zoning laws, see, many buy property and “feel” that they can do just about anything on their land, well no sir, you cannot, you must comply with zoning laws, among other things, the Federal Maritime Law, the National Law of Public Lands, etc.
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Kanoa, Ron & Aury talked about foreigners owning property in Rosarito
Foreigners can own property anywhere in Mexico. Recent changes to Mexican laws now allow foreign ownership of Mexican Real Estate. The way the title of the property will be held will depend on its location.
There are important things that you have to understand as a foreigner if you are considering owning a Rosarito Beach property.
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Today we want to talk to you about choosing the right area when moving to Mexico. We have six points that we want to go over with you on why we think Rosario Beach is one of the best choices.
1. Distance to the nearest U.S. Border
It’s important that we take into consideration especially if it’s the first time moving out of the country, the distance to the U.S. Border for those of us that live in Rosario Beach. It’s so nice being able to cross back over to San Diego whenever we need to, if you’re gonna move to places like Cabo, Cancun or Puerto Vallarta, that means you have to catch a plane to get back to the U.S. We get the best of both worlds by living so close to the border, we’re a short half hour drive away and we can access anything that we need in the U.S.
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