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April 20, 2014
real estate
International buyers are flocking to Mexico to find the ideal vacation home or permanent residence. In fact, 2013 saw a 10 percent rise in the number of new residency requests – a trend that is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon, especially with the growing number of retirees who are opting to call...
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According to InternationalLiving.com’s annual Global Retirement Index, the quality of Mexico’s health care is ranked among the top five nations in the world, following France, Uruguay, Malaysia and Costa Rica. “Given the galloping rise in health care costs in the U.S. and elsewhere, Mexico’s affordable and top-notch health care is a huge benefit to living...
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“Romantic” is how the Huffington Post ultimately describes the city of Puerto Vallarta, which lies on Mexico’s Pacific coast along the scenic Bay of Banderas; a location that has given this former small fishing village everything it needs to become one of the world’s top choices among retirees. “In Puerto Vallarta, you have the opportunity...
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Mexico is quickly becoming a hotspot for international investors and financial institutions worldwide following a slew of historic reforms in late 2013 that opened up Mexico’s national oil company (PEMEX) to foreign investment in its considerable oil and gas reserves for the first time in 76 years. “According to the latest estimates from the U.S....
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Cancun, the Riviera Maya, Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas might be some of the most popular and recognizable destinations in Mexico, but there are plenty of lesser-known options located close to these locales that are just far enough off the beaten path to show visitors what the real Mexico is all about. In fact,...
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It seems like Mexico is always making news for its growing list of mind-blowing archaeological discoveries, which most recently include what may be the oldest known footprints in the Americas, as well as a treasure trove of new ancient Mayan artifacts and human remains. The footprints were found running through the remote Coahuila valley of...
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Naming 2014 “the year of reactivation for the housing sector” in Mexico’s already booming real estate markets, President Enrique Pena Nieto has announced that the federal government will provide more than $23 billion in an effort to boost home loans this year. “The investments destined for individual mortgage credits will increase by more than $19.5...
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Mexican Real Estate Investment Trusts are becoming more popular with both domestic and foreign investors opting for this form of investment which is currently outperforming the wider stock market. The trusts, known as fibras in Mexico, were debuted in the country in 2011 with the launch of the Fibra Uno which was the only trust...
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INGREDIENTS 20 dried new mexico chiles 3 tbsp. canola oil, plus more for frying 10 cloves garlic 1⁄4 cup fresh lime juice 1 tbsp. ground cumin 2 tsp. sugar Kosher salt, to taste 12 corn tortillas 2 cups grated mozzarella 2 cups grated sharp cheddar 3⁄4 cup finely chopped red onion 1⁄4 cup finely crumbled...
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Looks like the ThriveLife Company had a blast visiting Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Hopefully this video will inspire you to try something new on your next visit to Puerto Vallarta.
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Puerto Vallarta has established itself as a vibrant center of art creation, exhibition and promotion. An important contribution to the city´s art scene is Puerto Vallarta´s ArtWalk which this year will be held every Wednesday from October 30, 2013 through May 28, 2014 from 6 PM – 10 PM. The participating galleries in Centro Historico...
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Year after year, we receive positive feedback from diners that schedule dining out events with friends and loved ones during Restaurant Week, which takes place in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit every year, May 15 – 31. That said, there is always room for improvement! Here are some tips we’ve assembled to ensure that your...
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The final resting place for the ashes of Gabriel Garcia Marquez remains unclear. It could be Mexico where he lived for decades or his native Colombia. Perhaps even both. Colombia’s ambassador to Mexico says it’s completely up to the family of the Nobel laureate who died Thursday in Mexico City. And the family so far...
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Margarita in hand, the pristine turquoise Pacific Ocean in front of you, the lush rain forest of the Sierra Madre Mountains behind you and the warm Mexican sun beating down on you. All of this is now (once again) within easy reach for UK travelers – and Manchester in particular. As of May 3, direct...
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