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What foreigners can and can’t do in Mexico

When residing in or visiting Mexico as a foreigner, whether or not you have an FM3 or FM2, there are certain important things to keep in mind. (more…)

Special Considerations for Closing and Conveyance

Important notes:

  • Typically ALL closing costs are paid by the buyer, each operation differs in terms of the costs, but it can be a considerable amount and should always be investigated before closing
  • ALL paperwork (the deed, lien search, etc.) should be reviewed by a notary and a lawyer before laying down any money (more…)

Mexican Property Law

Mexican Property Law Matters

REAL ESTATE AND TIME-SHARES: U.S. citizens should be aware of the risks inherent in purchasing real estate in Mexico, and should exercise extreme caution before entering into any form of commitment to invest in property there. (more…)

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