Great Beach Location
• 156 sq. m., 2 bath, 2 bdrm single story – $275,000 USD. Ocean Front
La Manzanilla Centro, La Manzanilla – Welcome to Ocean Front Living in downtown La Manzanilla
Ocean front with a walled in and gated entrance off the main street of La Manzanilla. A most desirable location which is within walking to all La Manzanilla has to offer. This two bedroom one and a half bath with full kitchen and open living and dining area. Master bedroom with queen bed is air conditioned and has a sliding door way to a covered outside sitting area. Guest bedroom has two single beds and is also air conditioned. This home was built to support a 2nd floor. Your private walkway to the beach is just a few steps from your living area. Location…location ….location. Absolutely the best price on an ocean front home in La Manzanilla.
• 300 sq. m. 2 story – $349,000 USD. Titled Ocean Front Home
La Manzanilla Centro, La Manzanilla – Ocean Front Home with Title in La Manzanilla on the Costalegre “Coast of Joy”
What a romantic setting for this incredible beach front property with ocean view in the heart of La Manzanilla offering all the comfort and style you could hope for. Purchased and remodelled in 2008, the owner has captured that elusive feeling that tells you “this is it” as soon as you enter this gracious home featuring an ocean view from virtually every room. The well equipped kitchen is open to the dinning and living rooms which border a center courtyard resplendent in mature landscaping. Within the courtyard is a beautifully furnished beach front palapa you will never want to leave. The 2nd floor large master suite features its own entrance, open air bath, plenty of closet space and fully equipped kitchen area all covered by a soaring beautiful palapa roof. The property has a good rental history. This is the perfect beach front home for entertaining or just enjoying in this very special tropical setting.
Casa frente al mar con el título !!!
Y vista al mar en el corazón de La Manzanilla ofrece todo el confort y el estilo que se podría esperar. Comprado y remodelado en 2008, el propietario ha capturado esa sensación difícil de alcanzar que te dice “esto es él” tan pronto como entrar en esta casa amable que ofrece una vista al mar desde casi todas las habitaciones. La cocina bien equipada está abierta a los restaurantes y salas de estar que bordean un patio central resplandeciente con vegetación madura. Dentro del patio es un bonito piso palapa frente a la playa que nunca va a querer salir. El dormitorio principal 2 ª planta cuenta con su propia entrada, baño al aire libre, un montón de espacio en el armario y completamente equipada cocina todo cubierto por un techo de palapa hermosa en alza. La propiedad tiene un buen historial de alquiler. Este es el hogar perfecto para el entretenimiento frente a la playa o simplemente disfrutar en este entorno tropical muy especial.
Updated on February 26, 2016
The president of the Real Estate Confederation of Latin America said removing the requirement for foreigners to buy real estate with a trust, called a , would detonate sales and have an impact on the entire sector.
Antonio Hánna estimated it would drive up demand by 30% in the five years following the change.
Only Mexicans by birth or naturalization, or Mexican companies, can directly own real estate within 50 kilometers of the ocean or 100 kilometers of international borders. Foreigners who wish to hold land within those areas, known as the restricted zone, must do so with a bank trust.
The buyer, who must pay an annual fee to the bank, has the right to use the property but the bank holds the title.
Sales of vacation homes and apartments totaled 1,725 last year. Remove the bank trust requirement and the number would soar to 2,423 after five years, said the confederation.
The change would require an amendment to the constitution, which is what the Mexican Association of Real Estate Agents (AMPI) lobbied for a few years ago. The proposal got as far as Congress, but became bogged down in the Senate, said AMPI president Gustavo Solares.
He, too, predicted that removing the fideicomiso requirement would detonate activity in the market.
Claudia Velázquez of the real estate consultancy Softec said that in addition to the constitutional change there was also a need to streamline the process for Mexican buyers as well. She said they represent up to 80% of the purchasers in some tourist destinations.
Tourist property sales have been improving throughout the country, Velázquez said, but it was important to remember that Mexican citizens were a strong component of the market.
Among the destinations attractive to foreign buyers, according to Federal Mortgage Society statistics, are Puerto Vallarta, where housing prices averaged 12,743 pesos (US $536) per square meter last year; Los Cabos, where prices averaged 10,830 pesos; Cancún with prices at 10,166 pesos; Acapulco, 8,939 pesos; and Puerto Escondido, 7,060 pesos.
– Read the originial article at: http://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/restart-bank-trust-debate-urge-realtors/#sthash.XUeQckBT.dpuf
Posted on February 3, 2016
Translated from online article
- Posted: Tuesday, February 2, 2016 12:51
- Written by Real Estate Market & Lifestyle
With an investment of 230 million dollars (mdd), the French retailer Louis Vuitton, advances in the construction of the hotel Cheval Blanc in Chamela Bay, Careyes Beach, in the municipality of La Huerta, Jalisco.
The new hotel of the Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy Group (LVMH), which will be operational in 2017, will be the first chain in America.
According to Miguel Angel Volquartz Landeros, director of Invermar Group, Cheval Blanc: “It will be the largest hotel of luxury Mexico and one of the most luxurious in the world, if it could be called, would be 7 star”.
The new hotel of the French firm will have a golf course with 18 holes, designed by the firm Von Hagge, Baril and Smellek, plus a restaurant Le 1947, which honors one of the best years of Cheval Blanc vineyards.
• 5 bath, 6 bdrm single story – $250,000 USD. Private Hacienda Estate
Boca de Iguanas, Jalisco – Welcome to Casa Boslet on Mexico’s Pacific Coast.
Make this hacienda property your own private estate, just minutes from downtown La Manzanilla and the Pacific’s stunning Tenacatita bay. The fully fenced and gated property features a main home and two one bedroom guest casista (self contained) on level parklike grounds, shaded by old growth trees and tropical foliage.
A stately veranda spans the front of the home and sets the stage for the open and elegant layout of the interior. Features of this home include:
high cielings – which add depth to the interior and facilitate living comfort
large kitchen with built in appliances and walk in pantry
large dining areas, inside and out,
comfortable living areas to unwind and connect with family and friends inside and out
built in features of rich, durable parota wood throughout the home
abundant natural light in every room from large windows
patio door accesses to the pool and outdoor patio areas
spacious master suite with large bedroom
stunning , well lit 2 sink master bath with walk in shower and make up desk
incredible walk thru closest with built in storage
private office, studio or den space off the master with access to the pool.
The living space is reported at 3986 square feet (367 square meters) on a lot of 62,968 sq. feet – 5798 sq. m. or 1.43 acres.
This is a perfect retreat property.
Updated on January 16, 2016
Explore the art of buying real estate in Mexico.
Brell here. Join me on this journey. We will meet interesting and competent real estate professionals all over this fabulous country, as we explore the country and the ins and outs of the purchase and sale process. When you are ready to buy or sell in Mexico we will be ready to connect you to the best people to work with.
We’ve been experiencing life in Mexico since the winter of 2007 and what started out as a 3 week vacation has now expanded to us calling Mexico home for 5 months of the year. Based on the Costalegre Coast (Coast of Joy) for the last 4 years – we have enjoyed inland ventures to historical and magical cities and towns.
Having 10 years of real estate experience in Canada, I recently finalized the process of becoming an Certified International Property specialist in late 2015, which means I have the education, experience, resources and network to assist buyers, sellers and investors around the globe.
Because we love it here – it seems only natural to create a niche by focusing on helping others achieve their goal of buying real estate in Mexico.
This past week, I was accepted AMPI. The next week will be about getting this site up and going – and furthering connections locally in the area we live. Are you curious? Check out the local landscape via Costalegre Living.
Today is the first day of this site! More to come soon.