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Practical Information about Real Estate in Mexico

In the 1917 United Mexican States Constitution, in their 27th article points out that ownership of the lands and waters within the boundaries of the national territory is vested originally in the Nation, which has had, and has, the right to transmit title thereof to private persons, thereby constituting private property. (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…)

Debunking Myths

Owning Real Estate in Mexico

BUYING MEXICAN REAL ESTATE

Mexico has thousands of miles of pristine coastline, wonderful colonial cities which boast architectural wonders stretching back many hundreds of years, and diverse expatriate communities of Americans and Canadians scattered throughout the country. The Mexican government is encouraging the expansion of tourism and investment in Mexico. Anyone can acquire real estate in Mexico if some simple rules are understood. (more…)

Bank Trust and Notary Services

Foreign ownership of Mexican property is now secure. In recent years, the laws regarding property ownership in Mexico have changed dramatically for non-Mexican citizens. The advent of NAFTA, improved world-wide technology and sweeping changes in Mexican politics have made purchasing property in Mexico a much easier and more secure process, especially for residents of Canada and the United States. (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…)

Trust Purchases

Trust Purchases

“TRUST” PURCHASING RESIDENCES
IN MEXICO
By Mitch Creekmore
Stewart Title Guaranty Company
Mexico Division (more…)

Trust vs. Corporation

Buying Real Estate in Mexico

Friday, 14 March 2008

Buying Real Estate in Mexico:

Fideicomiso or Mexican Corporation?

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