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Sales in Northern Baja Picking up
Developers in Coastal areas, Rosarito and Ensenada, see Mexicans and Americans picking up bargains In the middle of 2009, Northern Baja real estate was at a standstill, nothing was selling; no one was here, hotels where at fewer than 20% occupancy. Rosarito Read More...
THE NEW GLOBAL ECONOMIC REALITY
First: A reality check on Mexico Mexico is in a unique position to reap many of the benefits of the decline ofthe US economy. In order to not violate NAFTA and other agreements the U.S.A. cannot use direct protectionism, so it is content toallow the media Read More...
In Vino Vendimia
This year marks the 20thanniversary of Fiestas de la Vendimia. You know, the two-and-a-half-weekharvest festival held between the first Friday and the third Sunday in Augustthat combines visits to state-of-the-art wineries, Italian tenors, alternative-stylecircuses, Read More...
Mexico's big hope: get 5 million U.S. retirees
Mexico is silentlyworking on proposals aimed at drawing millions of U.S. retirees to thiscountry, which could eventually lead to the most ambitious U.S.-Mexican projectsince the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement. President Felipe Calderón Read More...
Merger Creates Baja’s Real Estate Powerhouse!
One of Rosarito Beach’s Star Brokers Joins RE/MAX !!!! One of the largest and most successful independentreal estate offices in northern Baja, Your Baja Connection, has joined theRE/MAX network. Victor Loza, on behalf of his partners in Your BajaConnection, Read More...
How dangerous is Mexico? Despite drug war, it's less deadly than it was a decade ago
Posted on 08 February 2010 ALEXANDRA OLSON - Associated Press Writer Decapitated bodies dumped on the streets, drug-war shootings and regular attacks on police have obscured a significant fact: A falling homicide rate means people in Mexico are less likely Read More...