Trust ownership for foreigners

Trust ownership for foreigners

The restricted zone, according to Article 27 of the Mexican Constitution, is all land located within 100 kilometers of any national border and within 50 kilometers of any ocean. Article 27 of the Constitution states that no foreigner will be allowed to acquire direct title to land within the restricted zone. However, Mexico’s Foreign Investment […]

Real Estate Closing 101

Do you know the meaning of… These are several useful common terms that can be found and applied to a foreign buying real estate in Mexico. Apostille. This is a legal certification of a foreign Notary Public’s seal. In the USA, this certification is performed by the Secretary of State of the state in which […]

Truth about Fideicomisos.

With an ever growing interest in Baja California Sur, steady appreciation of the land and continued investment from national and international companies; whether to live in it or as an investment, buying real estate is a smart move. While the buying process is straightforward, there is still much speculation about how foreigners can own property […]

Todos Santos Real Estate & News [Oct 20, 2010]

Today’s update from Todos Santos is brought to you by Alvaro Colindres, Coldwell Banker Riveras Sales Associate in Todos Santos.   What is new in Todos Santos today?   After a weeklong or celebration from Todos Santos’ annual Fiestas Tradicionales, the town feels muy tranquilo, but underneath that tranquil exterior there’s lots of news to share:   Last […]