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Mexico and Costa Rica Offer Unique Construction Techniques

Real estate housing construction in Mexico and Costa Rica is not at all like in North America. This is due to available materials, public services, climate, and cultural influences. In childhood, most boys born in North America wanted to be a firefighter, because an abundance of trees exist. Harvesting trees produces the wood used for housing and other smaller-scale construction. In Mexico and Costa Rica, boys want to grow up to be property developers or stonemasons because the materials available are concrete, natural stone, and metal for reinforcement.

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Real Estate in SMA - Mexican Charm with Modern Amenities

Real estate in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico, (SMA) offers old Mexican charm with modern amenities because 75K people cannot be wrong. Estimates are that 75K expatriates have moved to SMA and remodeled to bring modern accessories hidden behind traditional architecture.

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Hot Cabo Neighborhoods

Los Cabos has earned the reputation as a jet-set hot spot for celebrities and billionaires from the United States and internationally. Luxury single-family homes range in price from $2 to $4, but there are also many luxury properties in upscale hot neighborhoods for under $500,000.

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The Importance of Having a Home Inspection When Purchasing Mexican Properties

When you purchase property anywhere, you should do your due diligence by checking the location of the property, the area and familiarize yourself with the marketability of the home. The condition of the home is a major factor that affects the current value and resale value of Mexican property. '

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Discover Lake Chapala Mexico Ajijic

If you are looking for affordable living in Mexico, the Lake Chapala, Ajijic area is one of the best places to buy real estate. The cost of living is approximately 30% to 40% less than the United State. National Geographic rated Lake Chapala the second best climate in the world after Nairobi, Kenya.

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