The Space for Expatriates
Please don’t become smug just because you’re in Mexico and think that the debt crisis will not affect you. You will be especially impacted if you are Real Estate Salesperson or you have property for sale. Everyone’s expectations for the upcoming tourist season are always more optimistic than the year before. These expectations may not materialize this season.…
Added by John K. Glaab, CIPS on July 26, 2011 at 8:04am — No Comments
Mexico Resists Global Economic Crisis
Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon declares that Mexico is in good shape to resist the current economic crisis. He does advise that what happens in European countries such as Greece and Spain will have consequences in the U.S. leading to a possible a negative impact on Mexico.
The President anticipates a growth rate of 4.6 % in 2011 and an inflation rate of 3.2%. Unemployment levels remain…Continue
Added by Porter Kearton on July 21, 2011 at 7:46pm — No Comments
I'm George Puckett and I am the Founder/Administrator of Mexico-My Space.
I am currently a representative for a Medical Tourism company called "Med To Go."
They are an American Company headquartered in Phoenix, AZ and the company was developed by Doctors. They are in close contact with the Doctors in Mexico and the patient's primary…Continue
Added by George Puckett on July 21, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Today I am in the heart of the famed hotel zone in Cancun. Beautiful beaches are the main attractions but there is so much more. This is a fun little area with a lot to do and see. And all within walking distance. There are two major shopping plazas. The first is Plaza Kukulcan. Here you will find Luxury Avenue, a huge store lavished with all designer brands. It is like a mall within a mall. And if you are hungry from all the shopping, stop by Ruth Chris steak house to recharge…Continue
Added by Mary Goodrich on July 21, 2011 at 2:53pm — No Comments
You do not need to submit your website to zillions of search engines to get web site traffic. You need to submit all your webpages to all the top search engines for effective marketing, optimization and placement. 99.99% of ALL SEARCH ENGINE WEB TRAFFIC…Continue
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Living in Los Cabos: How To Score Free Golf
I’ve been doing quite a bit of work lately with people anticipating retiring in Cabo, and they’ve been asking great questions. Here’s one that’s kind of fun.
Los Cabos is considered the golf capital of Latin America. We’ve got fabulous, world…Continue
Well, for those who have told me they’re anxious to hear how my experience with Profeco turned out….. we’re not quite there yet. This will be brief, as I don’t want to bore the rest of you.
So, for most of this year…Continue
Added by Carol Billups on July 12, 2011 at 1:54pm — No Comments
You have questions about Mexico? We have answers!
Where is the best place to retire?
Can a foreigner own Real Estate in Mexico?
What about Cartel violence?
Are there safer places to live than others?
Can a person really save on Medical Procedures in Mexico?
Send your questions to email@example.com and…Continue
Added by George Puckett on July 12, 2011 at 12:04am — No Comments
This is an exciting time to live in Cancun. Not only for the real estate but something…Continue
Added by Mary Goodrich on July 11, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Read our Memories/Memoirs of seven years in a beach front community south of Ensenada. The area was called Punta Banda or Punta Estero. Ours was an all white community and we were the onlies, African Americans that is. You'll read about the good times, the bad times and the ugliest…Continue
Added by George Puckett on July 11, 2011 at 5:00am — No Comments
Cancun is well known for its hotel zone. With beautiful beaches and grand hotels bringing visitors back time and time again. The northern section is known for shopping and nightlife. There is always something to do. What if I want to live in the hotel zone but with a little less vacation feel? The southern area may be a perfect choice. I recently moved to this area to be close to the action but far enough to feel like home. The first morning I woke up early and took a walk on my “new” beach.…Continue
Added by Mary Goodrich on July 8, 2011 at 9:11am — No Comments
In 2010 we opened our new B&B, 'Posada Tacubaya'. Situated on part of the historic property of the former Mint of northern Mexico, this renovated six bedroom property is now stunningly beautiful. We see many property owners from Puerta Vallarta since this is a great place to overnight coming or going from the U.S. on Toll Road #15. Turn-off at Navojoa (right at the Toyota dealership) and head east on a wide, safe highway only 35 miles. You'll be glad you did. …Continue
Added by Jim Swickard on July 8, 2011 at 7:49am — No Comments
Hello to All,
Today I sent out a query to all of the members of the classified ad website inquiring as to the condition of the Real Estate market in their area. I gues the results were not shocking. They were pretty much as I had expected in all parts of Mexico. Where it was different it was because of the individual agent and not the existing market conditions. I'm referring to our own Michele Kinnon. She seems to be swimming upstream and doing a good job of bucking the…Continue
Added by George Puckett on July 6, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments
This is the first article in a series about getting to know the beachfront neighborhoods of Cancun in more detail. Cancun is merely 4 decades old and has many untouched areas. The miles of beaches hold little known secrets that few venture out to discover. We start in the northern end of Cancun. Ilsa Blanca is not actually an island but a peninsula. The area of Isla Blanca sits 30 minutes north of downtown Cancun but feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle. This quiet beach is…Continue