06. 03. 2017

Homex Looks Past SEC Charges

When Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto reversed his successor Felipe Calderón’s policy to focus home building outside of major cities for one that focused on urban growth in the middle of 2013. For...

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23. 02. 2017

Foreign Exchange Swap Stabilizes Mexican Peso

With so much rhetoric lately from the United States against the Mexican business environment, the Mexican Peso has been experiencing heavy downward pressure. This pressure includes the new U.S. initiative to reconstitute manufacturing...

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28. 01. 2017

Trumps Whirlwind First Week

Trump’s inauguration last week as President of the United States marked the start of a new era for America. His policies are protectionist and his vision is what he sees is the best...

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21. 01. 2017

Commercial Properties Available La Paz, Baja California Sur

Earlier I wrote how a lack of credit exasperated an economic downtown in the historic district of La Paz, Mexico. The real estate market has not been able to fully recover from restructuring...

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10. 01. 2017

Lack of Credit Distorts Development in La Paz, Baja California Sur

La Paz is the capitol city of Mexico’s least populous state, Baja California Sur. With a mostly agreeable climate, and beautiful natural scenery, beaches and fresh sea food, it could be one of...

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05. 08. 2015

3 Apartment Townhouse in Cancun

For those of you looking for income property in Cancun, Mexico, here is a little house that might inspire you. It is located near Mercado 28, in the north end of the city,...

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24. 06. 2015

Seaport Infrastructure Investment to Raise Value of Real Estate in Veracruz, Mexico

The importance of investing in infrastructure cannot be underrated. Infrastructure involves the capabilities of the neighbouring area and it includes things like transportation services such as roads, and rail; telecommunications; emergency services like hospitals...

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24. 02. 2015

The Business of Kidnapping Mexican Style

“Express kidnapping” for as little as $500 USD  has become a family business and growth industry. The profile of the modern kidnapper in Mexico has changed as criminals can create “flash gangs”  in...

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10. 02. 2015

Planning & Practice Important When Investing in Mexico

For the many people in countries around the world that have discovered the benefits of including international investments in their portfolios I want to offer some advice about Latin America in general, and...

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01. 01. 2014

Beautiful 1 1/2 Acre Lot, Ixtapan de la Sal, Mexico

The Mexican town of Ixtapan de la Sal is one of Estado de Mexico’s most famous tourist attractions.  An hour’s drive south of Mexico City, it is famous for its thermal springs that flow...

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