Single Story For Sale in Las Palomas, Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point

•  2172 sqft , 3 bath , 3 bdrm single story FOR SALE  USD175,000 .
MLS® 19-172

U.S. LLC!! BUY 1/3 of a luxury family sized beach condo. Economical way to own 17 weeks of a Beach Getaway! Can’t come down that often? Put your time in the rental pool and make $$. This beautifully furnished end unit condo is spacious and has an Extra Large open Kitchen, perfect for entertaining a large family and tons of friends. Great floor plan for privacy with two bedrooms with separate living area, and a Master BR with front balcony access. Additional balcony off the Kitchen with pass-thru and snack bar seating. All this with the amenities at the Best resort on Sandy Beach!! *Championship golf *Award winning Restaurants *On-site Rental company *Infinity Pools *Lazy rivers and hot tubs *Swim up pool bars *Beach with Palapas *24 hour Gated Security.

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Single Story For Sale in Las Palomas, Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point

•  1140 sqft , 2 bath , 2 bdrm single story FOR SALE  USD250,000 .
MLS® 19-150

LARGE PHASE II, 1BR Floor Plan, with great views and ideal location on the 5th floor of the CABRILLO Building. This condo is beautifully furnished and in great condition. Large open Kitchen with full-sized black GE appliances and large granite snack bar. Dining Area large enough to seat the family. Spacious Master Bedroom with king size bed. Master Bath with travertine and marble from floor to ceiling. Glass shower door. Adding the BEST amenities in Sandy Beach, Award winning Restaurants, with Championship Golf Course, fantastic beaches, Infinity pool, hot tubs, lazy rivers, This is a great opportunity to own in Las Palomas Resort. LLC does not convey.

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Single Story For Sale in Las Palomas, Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point

•  single story FOR SALE  USD330,000 .
MLS® 19-146

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Single Story For Sale in Sonoran Sky, Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point

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•  single story FOR SALE  USD410,000 .
MLS® 19-145

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Expats in Mexico: What You Need to Know

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Mexico is a very popular destination for many people in the United States. People are constantly visiting Mexico for warmth, sunshine, and a nice get away. Who doesn’t want some sunshine after this Polar Vortex? With gorgeous beaches, colorful architecture, and cities growing with United States expats in Mexico there is a lot you need to know before moving.

Expats in Mexico have many business opportunities as the country is developing and growing exponentially. While living in Mexico is beautiful there are things to be aware of before moving. However, many expats here are able to enjoy a life of leisure due to the fact that Mexico is a very affordable country. The country has become an opportunity for many entrepreneurs to start their businesses!

With over 2 million expats living in Mexico it is attractive to business people and retirees alike. A lower cost of living and close to the United States allows these people to move easier than moving to the opposite side of the world. Living in Mexico also presents no shortage of activities to be doing each day. Having tons on UNESCO sites in the country you are able to perform hundreds of outdoor activities to see beautiful sites. You can either take hikes through the forests or to the top of these sites or spend a day or two at the beach under the glistening sun!

The cost of living is much lower for expats in Mexico than in the United States or Europe. Comparing the peso to the dollar there are ways in which to enjoy a standard of higher living. While the cost of living is cheaper there are some bills that may cost more than you are used to, such as heating and air conditioning, or even electricity. However, groceries will be cheaper, and much fresher! Purchasing property can also be cheaper depending on where you live. For instance you can often purchase a nice property for less than $25,000 USD.

So, now you are close to packing up and moving to Mexico to be an expat! With great business opportunities and cost of living why not move. Now you are expats in mexico, flagbeginning to question whether or not you need to speak Spanish for your big move. Mexico is the largest Spanish speaking country in the world, but English is spoken in the country by those in business and with good education. If you don’t speak Spanish it is advisable to learn a few phrases before you go for respect and opportunities. You can also easily say that you are practicing your language skills and people are very willing to speak slower or help you with certain words/phrases!

A fair warning that it may be difficult to find jobs once you move to Mexico if you are not already settled with a job before you go. Many expats in Mexico are retired; however, if you have a job prior to moving or are starting your business there you will be just fine! Having a level up on your Spanish speaking skills can also help you. You want to be sure that if you are starting your own business in Mexico you have all proper documentation handled before.

There are many great cities to move to in Mexico, especially the capital Mexico City. In such a large country you can’t go wrong in picking what city is best for you after your research. Between beach towns and central cities there are tons of places to live as an expat. If you decide to be expats in Mexico and want to move to one of the best beach towns, Puerto Peñasco, contact me and my goal is to find you a home you love!

Casa Blanca D302 in Casa Blanca is Sold!

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The single story at Casa Blanca D302 has been sold.

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Casa Blanca B201 in Casa Blanca, Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point is Sold!

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The single story at Casa Blanca B201 has been sold.

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Travel Documents for Mexico: What You Can’t Go Without

If you are traveling from the U.S. to Mexico you can be excited that there is little documentation you need to get into the beautiful country. No matter if you are traveling by land, air, or sea there are certain travel documents for Mexico that you will need. There is a process in which you will need to take depending on how you enter the country. If you are traveling from another country other than the U.S. we will give you tips on documents you will need.

Identification and Documentation You Need

1. Passport

If you plan to enter Mexico by air you need a passport. This is the best proof of citizenship and identification to have with you. In recent years you are no longer allowed to use proof of U.S. citizenship with a birth certificate or photo ID. When entering into Mexico you will also need a tourist card. This will be given to you at the border or on the plane for you to fill out. When traveling be sure your passport is more than 6 months from expiration as this can prevent you from entering Mexico for your sunny vacation!

2. Passport Card

A passport card is a license sized document that is considered a substitute for a passport. This allows you to travel by land or sea but is invalid for air travel. A passport card is also able to be used for entry into Canada, Bermuda, and the Caribbean Islands. If you don’t have a passport be sure to have a passport card as part of your travel documents for Mexico. When traveling to foreign countries it can be better to use your passport for security purposes.


3. U.S. Permanent Residents

If you are a permanent resident of the United States the I-551 Permanent Resident card is necessary for reentry into the United States. Even if you are a resident of the U.S. to be able to enter Mexico, as stated above, you will need a valid passport. If you are a citizen of another country but a current resident of the U.S. you may also need a valid passport.

4. Enhanced Driver’s License

This is another form of documentation you can use to travel to Mexico. This is a form of identification valid for land and sea travel; however, this is not valid for air travel. Beware that prior to entering the country you will need to make sure your enhanced driver’s license is acceptable. Be sure to research your state’s licensing department for specifics.

5. SENTRI Card

Are you a frequent visitor to Mexico? If so you should research the SENTRI card for fast access into the country. This is a car issued by U.S. Border Protection and Customs to travelers who are approved to cross the border frequently. This pass is a great addition of travel documents for Mexico. It also allows you to cross the border in commuter lanes with 5-year validation.

No matter what way you plan on entering Mexico for your trip be sure you have the best documentation for you and your loved ones. You should also consider travel insurance for your own safety. With medical care being different in every country this can be beneficial in any circumstance. All of these travel documents for Mexico are necessary for you to be safe and allow entry into Mexico and the United States. If you are traveling to Rocky Point check out my blogs on restaurants to visit, beach activities, and other activities throughout the city.

Price dropped on Las Palomas Cortez 1104 in Las Palomas, Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point

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Announcing a price drop on Las Palomas Cortez 1104, a 1456 sqft , 2 bath , 2 bdrm single story. Now FOR SALE  USD330,000 . Lowest Priced 2 bd in ph 2
MLS® 18-392

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Single Story For Sale in Princesa, Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point

•  791 sqft , 1 bath , 1 bdrm single story FOR SALE  USD175,000 .
MLS® 19-81

Fully furnished 1Bd/1Ba condo with upgraded kitchen countertops. Great views of the ocean and common areas with morning sun, afternoon shade and sunset glows.
Princesa Resort: The third floor is the highest floor up you can get that has the larger patio! Larger than the upper floor 1 bedrooms above it.
Amenities include: Landscaped grounds, 3 pools, jacuzzi, exercise room, Colin’s Cantina restaurant, and is gated with 24/7 security.
Ready to move in or a great rental. Much of the common area pools and walkways are currently under remodel as well!
Grab this rare 1 bedroom to come on market.

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