May 31

By Steve Dryden
This spring and summer will be a great time to visit Guadalupe Valley and discover for yourselves the many charming and romantic treasures awaiting your explorations. And, if you’ve been here before, there’s many new improvements and additions to this wine culture that will excite and inspire your palates and senses. The slow [...]


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Posted in category: Baja Info |

May 31

FINANCING YOUR DREAM
As more and more Americans (and Mexican-Americans) acquire properties in Baja, the usual Mexicanmodel of cash purchases is being modified. For years, to buy a house in Mexico, the transaction had to be done in full in cash.
But in 1998, Banks from California, Texas, and Alabama (that’s right, Alabama!) entered the mortgage market [...]


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May 29

First off, let me explain that the camps that are being spoken about is not a place for tents, it is about places where homes have been built, some costing in the millions of dollars, and some that are trailers. But either way, they are someones home.
So, to have a [...]


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May 27


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May 27

Beautiful 2 story home for sale in the upscale community of Baja del Mar, Rosarito Beach. This is a must see!Photos coming soon!
For more information, contact Hilda at (619) 819-6816 - San Diego number.


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May 26

A new trend in the house purchasing market in California seems to be developing: Americans and Mexican-Americans moving from the United States to Baja California, mostly the Northern portion of the peninsula.
The reasons are obvious, since housing prices are becoming unreasonably high in the West Coast of the US, where an ocean view condominium fetches [...]


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May 26

Baja coastal development is a mix of low- and high-rise projects, with units generally priced between $200,000 and $500,000. The Mexican Constitution bans foreigners from owning coastal residential property, so most oceanfront buyers hold title as beneficiaries of long-term trusts through a Mexican bank. Financing is more difficult and expensive, and required down payments can [...]


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