Buying a Beachfront Property in Puerto Vallarta

By Miguel Fernandez

Beachfront properties are a huge draw for investors and renters alike. It’s probably one of the top reasons that people move to and visit Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit. Seeing that the Bay of Banderas is amazingly diverse, and HUGE, your beachfront property options offer something to satisfy any lifestyle. From the surfers, who wants to spend their days swinging in a hammock between forays on a surfboard to billionaires who wants a safe, and secluded retreat from the madness of the business world— you can find it here in Vallarta.

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Loreto, Baja California Sur Historic Seaside Village

small DSC 0048 300x198 Loreto, Baja California Sur Historic Seaside Village Loreto, nestled between the Gulf of California and the “La Giganta” Mountain Range, is a small community where large local families thrive and pass on the traditions of good-old Mexican living. With summer temperatures soaring well over 30c and high humidity, Loreto is a sizzling little paradise that provides you with the perfect excuse to take to the waters every single day.

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Yucatan: The Good Life – 5 Beachtowns You Can Call Home

By Jessica Winkler

Merida

web Mérida 015 300x199 Yucatan: The Good Life   5 Beachtowns You Can Call HomeMerida is a typical large city. It offers all the comforts of home such as Costco, Walmart and Starbucks which can be comforting when making your home abroad. You will also find an international airport and a well organized public transit making the nearby beach towns accessible and comfortable. Many of the villages can be reached within 1 1/2 hours via well marked and well maintained highways. Featured below are five towns – each with a unique personality that makes them stand out and all of them offering a relaxed warm vibe.

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In 2013, a record number of Canadian tourists visited Mexico

mexican camastros In 2013, a record number of Canadian tourists visited MexicoAs we all know, Mexico has a place in the hearts of Canadians. Escaping the long cold winters and finding solace in the beaches of Mexico has long been the way of the ‘snowbird.’ More and more Canadians keep coming. Enjoying a strong dollar, easy direct flights, warm tropical culture, excellent food and amenities. Safety remains a concern but as the 1.6 million travelers to Mexico in 2013 can attest, major crime, violence or drug war fallout are confined to select places (mostly far removed from tourist destinations). Many will gladly tell you that they feel safer here in Mexico than they do in their own backyards.

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Mexi-Go! in the News – Calgary Herald

On the heels of our recent very successful Expo in Calgary, AB this past week saw a profile of Mexi-Go! and CEO, Madeline Milne in the Calgary Herald. Delivered to over 350,000 homes and available across Alberta the exposure for Mexi-Go! is incredible and it shows in the huge increase of online traffic we experienced this week.

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