Find Mexico real estate listings and foreign investment information for Cancun, Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, Punta Mita, Manzanillo, Ixtapa, Zihuatanejo, Acapulco, Puerto Escondido, Huatulco and Oaxaca. Mexico
offers attractive real estate investment opportunities if you
follow prudent business practices. Please Be advised that there are no laws which regulate the sale or management of real estate in Mexico and abuses do exist. Visit our Mexico Investment Info and Legal Info for more information. Always seek professional advice and verify all information for your own purposes.
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Mexico real estate or business transaction should require no less
documentation than in your own country.
Your Mexico real estate purchase contract should be no less
detailed than in your own country. A foreigner's rights and recourse are near nonexistent without
an attorney approved purchase contract. It
can be most helpful to work with a lawyer who is licensed to
practice law in both Mexico and the USA.
All purchase funds should be placed in a neutral, third party
escrow with specific instructions for disbursement of funds.
Always obtain Mexico
Title Insurance from a reputable international title insurance
company. Please be advised that
the very important local Notario who handles your Mexico real estate
transaction is acting without any liability for his service. The Notario
is not liable for defects in title and the Notario is certainly not
liable for lack of disclosure from the seller.
It is always advisable for a buyer to retain professional real
estate broker services for analysis of the many factors which
can affect the value and security of your real estate investment.
It is strongly recommended that you consult a qualified attorney
before investing in uncompleted developments of any kind. There
can be little or no recourse when a developer fails to complete
a proposed project and it is not uncommon for projects to lack
proper completion bonds, permits and licenses.
Please verify all information for your own purposes. Save money on cancun vacation deals and find the best packages for your trip to Mexico.