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The Day of the Dead a Mexican Tradition

Rosarito Beach Hotel celebrates a Mexican tradition : http://www.rosaritobeachhotel.com/events/content/farmers_market_en.html Dia de Los Muertos ...The Mexican Day of the Dead The festive period begins on the night of October 31 and continues through

5,000,000 Americans Could Migrate To Mexico And Latin American In the Next 10-15 Years

Source EscapeArtist Aug 11,2011 T he 'Tipping Point' and "The Global Mass Migration" It has been speculated, and it is very possible given the economic crisis that 5,000,000+ Americans will migrate to Mexico and Latin America over the

Is it safe to travel to Mexico? Judging from the numbers, many are saying 'Yes'

By Jayne Clark , USA TODAY CAPTION By Paolo Carosso Despite tales of drug violence, visitation to Mexico was up almost 19% over last year, as of September. And with 22.6 million tourists expected by year's end, numbers will about equal the record-breaking

Mutiny in America: Ditchin’ America for Bitchin’ Mexico

By Phyllis Davis / Nov 10 • Categorized as International Real Estate • America Putting the Screws to Americans The Ship of State (pick any State) is sinking fast. People are simply walking away from their homes, commercial real estate properties,

Mexico Land Rush is On!

No better time than now to buy in Mexico Hot as Jalapeno Properties in Mexico are Baaaacckkk!!! Baja123.com Father and Son Team Provide Escapeartist Readers with the HOT TIPS South of the Border! It seems that real estate markets around the world are

Tiger Woods designing a spectacular golf course just south of Ensenada

From the Los Angeles Times BILL DWYRE Tiger Woods finds a way to keep busy Since he can't play on a golf course right now, he's trying to design one instead. Bill Dwyre October 8, 2008 Tiger Woods had a circular stick in his hand in Southern California

Tiger Woods, Flagship to build Mexico golf resort

WASHINGTON -- Tiger Woods is designing a golf course in Mexico, his first oceanfront course and his third in the world, with a real estate development firm that includes a co-founder of Clear Channel Communications Inc. Punta Brava, or "Wild Point,"

Tiger Woods and Flagship to Build Mexico Golf Resort (Update1)

By Brian Louis and Daniel Taub Oct. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Tiger Woods is designing a golf course in Mexico, his first oceanfront course and his third in the world, with a real estate development firm that includes a co-founder of Clear Channel Communications

Mexico Real Estate Versus US Real Estate

Mexico Real Estate Versus US Real Estate 3 October 2008 A year over year decline in housing prices in the US are very rare, but the failure of financial giants like Lehman and Washington Mutual mean it will probably be a while before housing prices start

Mexico Top Retirement Destination-National Association of Realtors

Mexico Top Retirement Destination Between now and 2025, there will be a baby boomer retiring every 16 seconds. While 2030 will be the peak year of boomer retirement, the first year of boomers (born 1946) turn 62 this year; many of which are now retiring

South of the border, the market's still hot

June Fletcher The Wall Street Journal Dec. 14, 2007 09:40 AM The housing slump has sent many Americans shopping south of the border Existing-home prices in the U.S. dropped 4.5 percent in the third quarter from a year ago, according to S&P/Case-Shiller.

Special Report: Baja Real Estate and the Trump Organization

SPECIAL REPORT: Trump Siblings Share Real Estate Observations By Teresa O'Dea Hein, Managing Editor JUNE 27, 2007 -- New York -- The Trump Organization continues to become "less New York-centric and expand its brand globally," noted Donald

Baja123's David Biondolillo at the Daily Transcript's Baja Round Table

Baja Roundtable Developers foresee cross-cultural benefits, challenges as more Americans move south By ELIZABETH MALLOY The Daily Transcript Gabriel Robles, president of the Resort Real Estate Developers Association of Baja California, said he’s

Fadesa to Invest 4 Billion Euros in Mexican Resort

By Joao Lima May 28 (Bloomberg) -- Fadesa Inmobiliaria SA, a Spanish real estate company, will build a 4 billion euro ($5.4 billion) resort in Mexico, adding to three other projects the developer has in that Latin American country. The complex will be

Gringos in Paradise: An American Couple Builds Their Dream Retirement House in a Seaside Village in Mexico

By Barry Golson (Scribner, November 2006) Review by Carmela Ciuraru, September 2006 Many retirees set their sights on conventional spots—a condo in Florida, perhaps, or a nicely manicured golf-course community down South. New York journalist Barry
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