investment property: Puerto Vallarta Real Estate: Virgin America Say New Route Very Popular - 01/25/13 03:34 AM
In a 2012 interview with Travel Weekly, Virgin American airlines announced that its new service from San Francisco to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, is already paying off, and paying off big time. It is only the third destination in Mexico to be added so far by Virgin America, which is based out of Burlingame, California, but at this rate it is surely not going to be the last.
“We’re seeing strong demand,” shared Ross Bonanno, who is vice president of airports and guest services for the airline. “It’s a popular and very safe resort area. We’ve seen that demand is as … (0 comments)

investment property: Tequila: History and Tasting in Cabo San Lucas Real Estate - 09/27/12 08:13 AM
According to a recent article in the Chicago Tribune, tequila tasting in Cabo San Lucas is increasingly being treated with the same importance that fine wine tasting enjoys in many other parts of the world. Considered to be Mexico’s unofficial national drink, tequila is a distilled spirit that is typically between 70 and 80 proof, with a strong but smooth flavor.
Tequila boasts a rich and storied history throughout Mexico and in the area surrounding Cabo San Lucas real estate. It is distilled from the juices of the blue agave succulent, which was originally planted and used by the Aztecs, who … (1 comments)

investment property: Mexico Real Estate: Live in Hollywood’s Favorite Destination - 08/31/12 06:22 AM
There are a large number of really great reasons to consider buying Mexico real estate; from the fabulous, world-class beaches to the exciting nightlife and award-winning cuisine, there is always something new to experience. Perhaps all of this is also why there are so many celebrities and Hollywood stars who choose to visit Mexico each year over the world’s many other tropical destinations. Most recently, the vacation hotspots of Cancun and Cabo San Lucas were the destinations of choice for some of the world’s biggest stars, who were spotted in Mexico enjoying quiet getaways and attending a variety of film promo … (1 comments)

investment property: Tulum’s Rapid Growth Means Infrastructure - 06/01/12 04:24 AM
The USA Today reported recently that few places in the world have developed as quickly as Mexico’s Riviera Maya and that includes Tulum.
Tulum, not only is it home to the only seaside ruins of a once majestic and powerful empire, it is currently the most talked about town in all of the free world.
Tulum’s growth rate has now surpassed that of Playa del Carmen and garners the distinction of being the fastest growing town in Latin America. 
The Wall Street Journal just recently reported that Tulum is in the top 3 of the World’s Top Ten … (0 comments)

investment property: Mexico Real Estate: Wall Street Journal Reports on Mexico’s Economy - 06/01/12 04:17 AM
The Wall Street Journal reported in April of 2012 that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has given Mexico’s investment potential and the country’s financial system a favorable evaluation. This is also great news for Mexico real estate, which is continuing to increase in popularity as savvy investors worldwide look for alternatives to the failing traditional global markets.
“Mexico’s banking system is well capitalized and positioned to deal with severe shocks after proving resilient during the 2008-2009 global financial crisis,” stated analysts from the IMF, after completing an assessment of the country’s financial sector in 2011.
The World Bank also … (0 comments)

investment property: Mazatlan Real Estate Popular Among Retirees - 03/14/12 03:52 AM
More and more retirees are purchasing Mazatlan property, including many expats who have chosen to make Mexico their permanent home. One reason is that Mazatlan real estate is very affordable, leaving plenty of savings to enjoy retirement.
In fact, many Mazatlan homes for sale are so affordable that buyers will have enough income left over to hire help around the house, such as a maid, gardner chef or butler. In Mexico, these service are also very affordable, making it an excellent choice for retirees who are on a fixed income or strict budget. Ever since the 1930s, Mazatlan real estate … (0 comments)

investment property: Could Tulum Mexico Make You Rich? - 08/10/10 09:22 AM

"A Gold Rush" - Travel & Leisure
Despite hyped-headlines and the barrage of “salesy” articles and press releases that are currently flying around the blogosphere, the sleepy town of Tulum on Mexico’s Caribbean coast could make quite a few people very, very rich.
Only a few years ago, you could purchase a piece of this sacred strip of Mayan beach and jungle for peanuts (one fifth) compared to what it would cost you now, and this upward spiral is only in its infancy.  Why the stunning growth?  It appears the perfect (real estate) storm has precipitated for this … (2 comments)

investment property: Where Are The Wealthy Keeping Their Cash in 2010? - 08/07/10 02:34 AM

Do you really think that the uber-wealthy are riding out the dramatic, roller-coaster gyrations of the stock market alongside every other American stock holder?
If not, then you might want to listen up.  What I am about to tell you could dramatically affect your economic future.  
How would you like to know where the wealthy are keeping their cash these days?  Would  it interest you to know what the number one investment secret of the rich and famous is?  
It is a perennial secret that the wealthy have used for decades to make millions, … (1 comments)

investment property: Oil Spill Drives Property Values Down $56k, Sending Buyers to Mexico - 08/06/10 03:14 AM

“600,000 homes face $3 billion loss over 5 years” - Bloomberg Businessweek
Bloomberg reported yesterday, that in the wake of the BP oil spill (the largest in history), some Gulf Coast homes and properties have lost an average of $56,000 each, a whopping 35% since May alone.  Over 600,000 waterfront properties in Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida face value losses of over $3 billion or more over the next 5 years.  
The disaster is expected to completely wipe out the premiums homebuyers and investors paid for water access and ocean views, and commercial buyers and developers will see … (1 comments)

investment property: International Monetary Fund Raises Growth Forecast for Mexico - 07/19/10 06:36 AM

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), the powerful organization that oversees the global financial system, significantly raised its economic forecast for Mexico this month and in fact, warned that the economy South of the Border may be in danger of “overheating”.  
Latin America’s second largest economy is racing out of the recession at a 4.5% growth rate, faster than the U.S. and a full three points higher than previous IMF predictions.  International capital is now flowing faster into Mexico as this emerging market is accelerating.  Lower debt and sound economic fundamentals are getting the attention of individual and institutional … (0 comments)

investment property: Two of the World’s Wealthiest Billionaires Team Up - 07/10/10 06:40 AM

The World’s two richest humans, Carlos Slim, a Mexican, and Bill Gates, an American, are teaming up to donate $150 million of their own money to fight malnutrition, malaria and other health problems in Mexico, Central America and elsewhere around the world.
For those who may not know, Carlos Slim, the poor Mexican son of a Lebanese immigrant store owner, just surpassed Bill Gates this year to become the first non-American in 16 years to be named the “Richest Man In the World”.  Gates dropped to second place.
One likely reason for this unlikely “changing of the guard” may … (0 comments)

investment property: Investors Rush In - Mexico’s Bonds Rise at Record Pace - 07/09/10 10:38 AM

Mexico has sold over $65 billion pesos of bonds this year luring foreign investors away from other bond markets like the U.S., Europe and China.  As investors are seriously contemplating a double dip recession, they are questioning which bond markets are yielding higher returns and won’t risk default.  Mexico is becoming a clear favorite.
Bond investors believe Mexican peso bonds will bring high yields and provide a safe haven, even if the U.S. or economies fall back into recession.  In fact, according to J.P. Morgan, investors' demand to acquire Mexican Bonds over U.S. Treasuries has risen 3 points … (0 comments)

investment property: BMW Invests $2.4 Billion in Mexico - 07/07/10 12:11 PM

BMW the world’s largest maker of high-end automobiles, said it would invest $2.4 billion in the Mexican economy by 2012.  The Munich-based, mega-luxury car manufacturer has plans to also increase its purchase of Mexican auto parts from the $615 million it spent in 2009.  
A spokesman for BMW said that in the near future the company has a goal of significantly increasing their spending south of the border making Mexico’s share of BMW’s auto production roughly twenty percent.  
BMW is not the only car company getting in on the act.  Chrysler said in February that it … (1 comments)

investment property: Investing in the Antithesis of Wall Street - 07/06/10 01:37 PM

The New York Times published a article last week that should not come as a surprise to workers, investors, or anyone looking to retire.  Apparently, Wall Street firms and most notably private equity firms have too much money to invest and not enough time to invest it.  Private equity firms typically tie up investors' money for around 10 years but need to invest the money within the first 3 to 5 years of a fund's or business's life.  If the firms are not able to find a suitable business/fund to invest their clients money in, they are supposed to return … (0 comments)

investment property: Bloomberg: Miami Faces 80% Chance of Being Hit By BP Oil Spill - 07/05/10 02:43 AM

Bloomberg reported yesterday that Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Palm Beach and the Florida Keys face a 61-80 percent chance of the BP’s tar balls reaching their popular beaches and precious real estate.  They face a greater probability of being affected because the black oil has entered the Gulf’s loop current which snakes eastward and around the tip of Florida.  If the nasty tar balls arrive on the billion dollar beaches of Miami, Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale, the real estate market and coastal Florida economy could face a catastrophe.
The real estate market in many places along the Gulf and … (0 comments)

investment property: Mexico’s Economy Races Ahead - 07/02/10 06:46 AM

Yesterday’s cover story in the New York Times reported that Mexico and other Latin American economies are significantly outpacing their northern counterparts and most other countries around the world.  
While Europe and the U.S. worry over massive deficits and fears over a fragile recovery, Mexico and other Latin countries have been controlling debt, keeping taxes low and inflation under control which is encouraging investment and fueling growth.
Mexico is now surging out of the recession with a 4.3 percent growth rate in the first quarter  and is on pace to reach 5 percent this year, "outpacing the … (0 comments)

investment property: Invest in Mexico's Caribbean….What are you waiting for? - 06/25/10 04:09 AM
Are you one of the many millions who subscribe to International Living or one of the many more millions who know firsthand about the beauty, lifestyle, and the explosive opportunities south of Cancun?  This area of the Yucatan Peninsula on Mexico's Caribbean coastline is where you can still afford a piece of tropical paradise, but not for long.  Jackie Flynn, the Publisher of International Living, recently said "I don't believe I've ever been more excited by an opportunity like this."  This might be news to some but it is not news for the locals, expats, tourists, and investors that have … (0 comments)

investment property: Rethinking Retirement: What Wall Street Doesn’t Want You to Know - 06/21/10 03:06 PM

It just turned 4:00 AM.  You’re tossing and turning in your bed...and not because you overate at dinner last night.  Your mind is churning.  You have gnawing questions about the future.   Have I saved enough to retire?  Is this roller-coaster stock market going to sink my retirement plans?  Will I have to downsize my retirement beach house to a beet farm?
This is how many retiring boomers spend their sleeping hours these days.  In fact, only 18% of workers are very confident they will have enough money to retire comfortably, down … (0 comments)

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