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Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Real Estate FAQs

Can I Own Property In Mexico If Im Foriegn?

Yes, by placing the property in a bank trust. (Fideicomiso)

When buying or selling a property in Mexico, who pays the closing costs?

It is common practice that the buyer pays the transfer of acquisition tax and all other closing costs, including the Notary’s fees and expenses, while the seller pays his capital gains tax and the broker’s commission.

Can I own property near or in front of the ocean?

Yes, laws passed in 1973 and 1993 have made it possible for foreigners, foreign firms, and Mexican firms with foreign participation to acquire interests in coastal real estate through a bank trust.

Do I have to be present for the closing

No, there are a number of ways to manage the closing as long as you have your paperwork in order

How much are closing costs?

The closing costs, excluding the transfer taxes, vary from 3% to 5% of the selling price.

Who is involved in Real Estate transactions in Mexico?

Normally there are five players involved in a real estate transaction. These are the real estate company(ies), the seller, the buyer, a bank, and a Public Notary.

Helpful Puerto Vallarta Lifestyle News

Puerto Vallarta & Cilantro

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Puerto Vallarta: A Mexican Fable

The Sleeping WarriorFables abound in Mexico and are retold, embellished and treasured by everyone from schoolchildren to grandmothers. Puerto Vallarta, though a younger settlement than perhaps some of the ancient cities in the central part of the country, has many of her own tales full

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Pan Muerto Puerto Vallarta

Soon it will be Day of the Dead and we wouldn’t be caught dead in Puerto Vallarta without a good recipe for Day of the Dead Bread! Pan Muerto in Spanish is traditional bread that is shared at either the shine for the departed or

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Puerto Vallarta Voting From Afar

Voting From Afar We agree with those in Puerto Vallarta who are intent on discussing the issue that the upcoming election in the United States is going to be one of the most important events in the history of the country. If one party wins,

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