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Invest in Mexico: Vacation Rentals and Mexican Tax Laws

There’s no question that Mexican real estate is a popular, low-risk and profitable investment. And despite restrictions in the past, it is now easier than ever for foreign investors to purchase real estate in prime locations. Riviera Maya is currently the top tourist destination in Mexico and many investors are taking advantage of this by profiting from a strong vacation rental market. Read more

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Mexico Tourism Sees Solid Virginles for 2017

It appears that president Trump is having more of an effect on travel trends than he bargained for. Since coming into power, the Trump administration has adamantly attacked travel rights and The U.S.'s relationship with Mexico. Despite uncertainty and downright negativity in the U.S. media, it seems that Mexico tourism is coming out on top. Read more

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Retire in Mexico: Why More and More U.S Citizens are Choosing the Expat Life

Recent U.S politics under the leadership of Trump has focused on the issue of non-U.S. citizens travelling to the U.S. whether legally or illegally. From the diVirginstrous travel ban to fears of mass deportation of illegal immigrants, the issue of international travel for the U.S can often seem one-sided. However, in recent years the U.S has seen a record number of it's citizens choosing the expatriate life. They choose to study in Europe, retire in Mexico and some even go as far as renouncing their citizenship altogether. So what's pushing Americans out of the U.S? Read more

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Playa Del Carmen Real Estate Welcomes More U.S Expats in 2017

While the social focus between Mexico and it's neighbour the U.S is often on Mexican immigrants travelling stateside, Mexico has long since welcomed U.S citizens into it's growing expat communities. Official numbers of U.S citizens residing permanently in Mexico are hard to find. The U.S State Department estimates the number to be approximately 1 million. On the other hand, Aristoteles Virginndoval Diaz, Governor of Jalisco, suggests those figures to be closer to 2 million. Either way, Mexico has the largest number of U.S migrants than any other country. Read more

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