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Better Safe Than Sorry: Are You Prepared for Hurricane Season?

It is hard to imagine with the beautiful weather we are experiencing here in Mexico that it is hurricane season. Hurricane season begins June 1 through the end of November. Typically, we only experience sporadic wind and rain, but we have to be aware how quickly mother nature can turn. If you are traveling to Mexico during hurricane season, you will want to purchase travel insurance. If you live near the coast in Mexico, here are some precautionary steps to consider. Insurance First of all, is your home and vehicle insured? Keep in mind most home insurance policies do not include...

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Get Here Sooner by Investing in a Mexican B&B

How do you escape the rat race, and give up working long days and dreaded commutes? Most people work hard all week and struggle to make ends meet, waiting all year for that one vacation in Mexico to get away and unwind. What if that vacation in Mexico was actually your life? Foreigners who are not financially ready to retire but are ready to enjoy life are investing in a rental property or home big enough to operate a B&B. Get a jump start on your retirement life while the rental income supplements your income. Expats living in Mexico are enjoying...

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Puerto Vallarta & Riviera Nayarit Real Estate Summit 2017 – Presented by MexLaw

WELCOME ALL REALTORS, DEVELOPERS, AND EXPATS FROM PUERTO VALLARTA AND RIVIERA NAYARIT, MEXICO! MEXLAW is pleased to present The Real Estate Summit in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. This one-day event is a great platform with a broad range of specialists in the Real Estate field sharing their knowledge and experiences through 30-minute conferences about today's most relevant topics in the market. Join us at the HILTON PUERTO VALLARTA RESORT, SALON VALLARTA on August 22, 2017, from 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. Key Speakers and Topics: Charles Tibshirani – MEXLAW-  Utilizing your pension fund to purchase property. Maria Del Carmen Macías- MEXLAW- ESCROW...

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Getting a CURP Number for Foreigners with Residency in Mexico

The CURP “Clave Única de Registro de Población” in English, Unique Population Registry Code is Mexico’s version of Social Security or Social Insurance number. The CURP is a unique identification number which is assigned to each person living in Mexico. You will have this same CURP number for life. If you are residing in Mexico and hold a Temporary Resident Card or Permanent Resident Card you will need to apply for your CURP; it is probably the easiest step of your immigration process, There is no added cost to receive the CURP. The CURP is required when you apply for...

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Real Estate Financing For Foreigners in Mexico

Cabo Secured Lending can help you realize your dream of owning property, whether its for a single family residence, condo, or property for development Mexico is home to the largest number of Americans living outside the United States. Many Americans and foreigners from all over the world come to Mexico to invest in property. Purchasing Mexican real estate offers many advantages, one being having a home in Mexico which will practically pay for itself while having the potential to appreciate in value. Whether your intentions are to snowbird in Mexico and rent it out the remainder of the year or invest...

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