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Mexico second homes

Villa Kismet: Retreat To The Mexican Beachfront

By Deidre Woollard | March 3, 2015 | Comments Off on Villa Kismet: Retreat To The Mexican Beachfront

Situated down the coast from the touristy and yet convenient Mexican beach city of Puerto Vallerta is Villa Kismet. This angular architecture with a stunning infinity pool is located in the Sierra del Mar at Los Arcos community.  This gated oceanfront community is located 15 minutes south of downtown Puerto Vallarta on the southern shores of […]

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After Hurricane Odile, Response and Recovery Shows The Cabo Community’s Strength

By Joanna England | October 7, 2014 | Comments Off on After Hurricane Odile, Response and Recovery Shows The Cabo Community’s Strength

Faryn Masso Clark, founder of Facelogic spa, was living the good life as an expat in Cabo, but had to evacuate back to Texas after Hurricane Odile made landfall on Baja California Sur Sept. 15. “We didn’t want to leave at all,” Clark said. But, because of necessity, Clark, her husband, her three kids and […]

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Top-5 Friday: Puerto Escondido is a Great Escape For Beach Lovers

By Joanna England | June 21, 2013 | 1 Comment

Mexico is often an affordable place to buy if you’re looking for a beach property without a ton of competition. The Pacific coast of Mexico is just as gorgeous as the more popular tourist destinations without all of the crowds. There’s surfing and seafood, and wonderful culture! Honestly, I am in love with Puerto Escondido, […]

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Baja California Sur: La Paz is Perfect for Boomers, Families and Retirees

By Candy Evans | October 26, 2011 | 2 Comments

Guest Post By Tom Kelly, author of “Cashing In On A Second Home In Mexico” As we headed out for a special day of snorkeling—sharing the water with a group of baby sea lions off Esperitu Santo Island in southern portion of the Sea of Cortes—I thought about the intriguing place that had drawn this […]

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Madre and Padre Viva With the Kids: How The Hispanic Housing Boom Will Affect Texas Real Estate & Mexicans Building U.S. Fortesses

By Candy Evans | June 21, 2011 | Comments Off on Madre and Padre Viva With the Kids: How The Hispanic Housing Boom Will Affect Texas Real Estate & Mexicans Building U.S. Fortesses

Dallas Real Estate is changing. Several years ago, my cousin and his wife moved his parents into their home. It was a bit unsettling because I thought my aunt and uncle needed their own space. Turns out my cousins, who live in Florida, were way ahead of me. With more Hispanics buying homes in Texas […]

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Monday Morning House Porn Under $250K: Townhome Is Tip-Top for First or Second Home

By Candy Evans | March 7, 2011 | 3 Comments

You are looking for the best real estate values in greater Dallas, right? You want a maintenance, headache-free first or second home close to that great maker of getaways, D/FW Airport. Yet you continue to look in Dallas. Are you crazy? Las Colinas is right next door, closer to D/FW, and has some of the […]

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