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March 2007 - Posts

Price Reduced on 52111390244 in Rosarito Beach

Rosarito Beach, Baja California - Announcing a price reduction on 52111390244, a 6,000 sq. ft. 2 story "Under Construction". Now MLS® $109,438 USD - Great Investment. Property information
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ING Real Estate to invest in Silicon Border tech park

By Diane Lindquist UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER March 20, 2007 Silicon Border, the industrial park being built near Mexicali for global high-tech chip makers, has formed a partnership with ING Real Estate to develop, construct and operate the park. The

2 Story For Sale in Playas De Tijuana

Beach Living • 2,000 sq. ft., 3 bath, 3 bdrm 2 story "Modern Mexican" - MLS® $269,000 USD - Great Beach Home Playas De Tijuana, Tijuana - Only one block from the beautiful sandy beaches of Playas de Tijuana, this beach home is move-in
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Baja beckons to U.S.

Wednesday, March 14, 2007 GORDON DILLOW Register columnist GLDillow@aol.com I just got back from a trip to Baja California. And despite all the concerns about illegal immigration into the U.S. from Mexico, it's clear to me that the trans-border traffic

Rosarito Beach Condo-Hotel Opens Models as Sales Pass 100 Units

ROSARITO BEACH, Mexico--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Three months after groundbreaking, more than 100 of the 271 condo-hotel units being built at the Rosarito Beach Hotel have been sold at prices starting at $175,000, according to project executives. “ The

In Mexico, Wal-mart is defying its critics

John Lyons Wall Street Journal Mar. 5, 2007 12:49 PM JUCHITAN, Mexico - For as long as anyone can remember, shopping for many items in this Zapotec Indian town meant lousy selection and high prices. Most families live on less than $4,000 a year. Little

American developers in Baja

By ROBERT DONNELL , Baja Resort Advisors LLC Tuesday, February 27, 2007 One of the changes in the Baja real estate market is the growing understanding of the wants and needs of the U.S. homebuyer. This subtle cultural shift is producing better and more