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We believe there is an enormous potential in the Mexican market, not only in recreational second homes but also in retirement residences for aging boomers

Meltdown slows the 2nd-home market By Tom Kelly The residential mortgage meltdown in the United States not only has devalued investors' significant assets but it has also stymied their ability to create and explore potential future business. New York-based

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

Mexican Housing Booms Despite US Crisis

Sunday January 20, 6:00 pm ET By Theresa Bradley, Associated Press Writers Mexican Housing Markets Boom, Leads Latin America Despite Crisis in United States MEXICO CITY (AP) -- In her bustling corner real estate brokerage, Ana Laura Pulido is doing her

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

Koll, Starwood Land $130M Construction Loan

By Joe Clements (Read more on the debt and equity markets .) CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO-A master-planned oceanfront community on Mexico’s Baja peninsula is closer to reality after its developers received $130 million in construction financing to build

Vacation-home frenzy

Baby boomers are snapping up units in county and elsewhere, pushing market up 4.7 percent By Roger Showley UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER May 1, 2007 DAN TREVAN / Union-Tribune Front desk agent Jonathan Carow walked past homes at the Residence Club at the

Buying property in Mexico

Web Posted: 05/05/2007 12:01 PM CDT Rachel Stone Express-News Business Writer The warm climate of Mexico, its low cost of living and the relatively cheap real estate draw Americans by the hundreds of thousands. As many as 1 million Americans live in Mexico,

One of Mexico's Largest and Most Prestigious Residential Developers is Coming To Baja

One of Mexico's Largest and Most Prestigious Residential Developers is Coming To Baja The appeal of its southern Rosarito location and very convenient pre-sale pricing is driving sales at La Punta-Bay View Grand at Bajamar, just 25 miles south of

Amended laws let foreigners buy on beach

The Washington Times www.washingtontimes.com THE WASHINGTON TIMES Published April 1, 2007 By Tom Carter The Mexican Constitution forbids foreign nationals from owning land within 31 miles of the coast. However, in 1994, the government amended the constitution

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

At home in Mexico

BUCERIAS, Mexico - Going way back, formal trusts are a British invention created to protect rich folks' assets. Over the centuries, though, they were adapted in many diverse forms throughout the world for various reasons. In Mexico, in the mid-1990s,