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Buying Mexican Real Estate, Who is Looking Out for Your Best Interest?

If you are purchasing property in Mexico, your real estate agent may choose to hire a Closing Coordinator to collect all the documents required to close the deal. The Closing Coordinator is typically an independent professional that is involved in many different real estate transactions and will communicate with the buyer, seller, real estate agents, appraiser, the Notario, bank of the Fideicomiso, and the government agencies. They are an impartial representative and organize the groundwork for the Notario. Although the Closing Coordinator may be an attorney with experience in real estate transactions, he or she is not your Real Estate Attorney and...

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Real Estate Legal Services

[vc_row triangle_shape="no"][vc_column offset="vc_col-lg-12 vc_col-md-12"][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text] Imagine having an experienced team of professionals accompany you through the entire process of purchasing real estate in Mexico. You can rest assured that your interests as the buyer are protected at all times. Mexlaw has the experience and the competence to represent you through the entire process. Our professional team has the knowledge necessary to guide you through the intricacies and customs of the Mexican Real Estate market while providing you with a familiar format in concluding the transaction and insuring your title. Because we are Canadian and American certified lawyers, we can also provide you...

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Simple Check List for Condominium Buyers in Mexico From the Real Estate experts at MEXLAW

  Condo life is not for everyone; it has some disadvantages, but it can also be a perfect way to vacation, invest or live in Mexico. Condominiums offer a low maintenance lifestyle with plenty of perks. Before you decide on a condo, do your research, review our checklist to see if your potential investment qualifies to be your new home. There are many important legal matters to deal with during a real estate purchase, which you will discuss with your attorney, but these simple points should be considered before you choose your condo. Review The Condominium Regime. This important document is...

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Warning Signs You Should Not Ignore When Buying Mexican Real Estate

Buying real estate in paradise can be a challenge, as is any financial exchange in a foreign country, it can be confusing and stressful. Dealing with different procedures and laws you need a professional in your corner guiding you through the process for a safe and secure purchase. Be warned by these comments commonly heard during real estate negotiations. We will provide financing for you! Buying from a developer that offers you financing? Sounds great, but you may not receive the property title until you have paid off your home. In the meantime, this developer may have financial problems and liens...

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MEXLAW Escrow Service Protects Your Real Estate Investment in Mexico

  Escrow is a legal process designed to protect the interests of both the buyer and the seller, acting as an impartial third party ensuring security for both sides. That third party should be a trustworthy law firm authorized to handle escrow accounts in Mexico. Real Estate Escrow The seller has assurance the buyer is committed to the purchase by placing money in trust as a deposit. The buyer is protected by ensuring the money is held in trust until the seller provides clear title, and all other stipulations that were included in the contract are complete. The traditional escrow accounts which we are...

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