What Kind of People Buy Real Estate in Mexico?
What Kind of People Buy Real Estate in Mexico?
Mexico expresses bright colors, up-beat music, ever-present cultural influences, and a diverse history. Her people are respectful, polite, humble, and creative. Explorers are drawn into endless new experiences. These adventures create lasting memories, asking for another encounter. Buying real estate in Mexico increases frequent pilgrimages. The expedition-type guests find Mexico an endless opportunity to explore. Owning real estate establishes a base camp. Youthful tourists are enraptured by the charm of Mexico; many have inherited real estate. Mature visitors retire in Mexico; they deeply appreciate enduring emotional warmth. They purchase a house to extend the pleasure. Vulnerable elderly expatriates make Mexico their permanent home. They find peace in a country, which honors the aged with profound dignity and kindness.
The long, cornucopia-shaped, country of Mexico offers the art, music, food, and history of about 2,500 different native groups. Each region has a delightful surprise awaiting the explorer. Personal reserves are assured because travel in luxury buses makes travel, at any age, alone or with groups of people, a cultural escapade. Renting property is easy because previous odyssey seekers rent charming places, fully furnished and ready for other travelers.
People from North America often spend the end of their lives living in elegance. As a result, young families frequently inherit real estate. If the fortunate group comes down to stay awhile and expose the children to another culture, they eventually discover the euphoria, their relative kept a secret.
Part-Time Retired Explorers
In the years that pass from extreme explorer to quiet cultural observer, part time frequenters to their real estate in Mexico usually establish friendships. Frequently, those like-minded confidants have far-reaching contacts for quality travel packages. Among world-travelers are cohesive opportunities to share the “You just have to see” place.
Although stateside friends rarely understand the attraction, Mexico homeowners typically spend more time in Mexico as the years of property ownership pass. The moderate climate is certainly preferable to six feet of snow and layers of ice-covered roads. However, the weather becomes only a small attraction as the years pass. The true warmth of Mexico is experienced through her people and real estate. Estates, of all sizes, are enclosed ancestral gems. With interior courtyards of lush tropical plants, a relaxing paradise is created. The outside world sees tall trees peeking high above the stone exterior walls. Inside the elegant real estate is often a place to entertain. Even regulars, who visit more than live in Mexico, dive into being hosts. The gracious mannerism of Mexicans and the relaxed demeanor rub off on those who stay longer and invest in real estate for themselves.
Professional business people do not lavish long in Mexico before seeing the potential for profit in real estate. The country allows one with a modest income to live like a socially well-established family with a successful financial lineage. The property is built to last hundreds of years using the same traditional methods that were used hundreds of years past. The stonemasons have an innate ability to make each piece of granite look like nature’s finest handiwork. The lack of strict building codes allows creative expression to override zoning, planning, or other rules. Large stone mountainsides habitually pour into a living room and ground the home in the outdoors. Walls are constructed around deep-rooted natural wonders, like 200-year old trees without a second glance. Respect for both nature and the desires of the homeowner make each home unique and exciting. Nearly all homes have an abundance of out-door space for absorbing the sights, sounds, smells and visual kaleidoscope surrounding the outside stonewalls of the home. Many families eat evening meals outside almost year-round. Entertaining is almost always outdoors even those with very small spaces or expansive haciendas expand into the welcoming outdoors and double their space of more.
The kind of people who invest in Mexico buy a great deal more than a vacation, rental, or investment house, they invest in a way of life. They see the residences that are offered at reasonable prices and the charm around that dwelling that is priceless. Your piece of history awaits; come see for yourself.
Written by 2Casa Mexico Expert: Dr. Jacqueline Zaleski Mackenzie, author, speaker, and social scientist
www.jacquelinemackenzie.com, is author of Empowering Spanish Speakers and other books to help understand the Latino culture. She has a BS and MS in business and an EdS and PhD in bilingual and special education and sociocultural studies. She lives in a native village in Central Mexico where she researches the Mexican culture.