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Foreigners Represented by a Power of Attorney in Mexico

There are many situations you may require a Power of Attorney, a legal document granting a legal representative the authority to act for another person or business. The POA may allow broad legal authority or provide limited authority to make legal decisions about a particular property or financial matter. By having a POA in Mexico, the client saves time and avoids travel expenses to sign the related documents. You may use a POA during any legal situation, incorporation or real estate transactions. One example would be purchasing real estate in Mexico; clients often bestow power of attorney to MEXLAW if they are...

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Foreigners Investing in Puerto Vallarta & Riviera Nayarit’s Restricted Zones

If you are looking for affordable oceanside property in Mexico, check out Puerto Vallarta & Riviera Nayarit, situated on the Pacific Ocean's Bahía de Banderas. This area of Mexico is attractive to foreign buyers because of its affordability, continuous growth in real estate sales and a steady increase of visitors creating a high demand for rental properties. Did you know a non-Mexican may buy property in Mexico without residency? There is no requirement for foreigners to apply for residency status prior to purchasing real estate. As a tourist, you may invest in Mexican real estate and enjoy the same protection...

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Enlist the Professionals to Guide You Through the Sale of Your Mexican Property

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There are numerous articles explaining how foreigners can purchase property in Mexico, but what happens when foreigners want to sell a property in Mexico? If you have decided it is the right time to sell your Mexican property, do your research and find out the current market price for similar properties in the area. Search the internet for comparable listings and then consult with a licensed real estate agent. Get recommendations for local real estate agents from friends or other expats, check out their website, find out which other ways they market their listings, are their listings seen internationally? Within the...

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