Buying & Building in Baja

When Mexico recently (1994) firmed up laws for foreigners to own land through bank trusts, the floodgates opened… A beachfront lot 30 miles up the coast in Southern California would cost you several million dollars. South of the border, a spot on the beach can cost you less than $100,000”

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Buying Property in Baja Has Never Been Easier

In 1994, the Mexican Government changed its Constitution to allow foreigners the right to legally own property in Mexico. Since that time, billions of dollars have been legally and safely invested in Mexico by foreigners.

You Have Legal Title

Ownership is secured with U.S Title Insurance. It is is not a lease.

As the owner, you hold all legal rights to your property. You have the right to use, improve, mortgage, sell, rent, profit, inherit and will the property as you determine to anybody, at any time. We have met all regulations mandated by Mexican law to legally transfer clean title to you.

Building In Mexico: A Great Value

Local craftwork is extraordinary and construction prices are extremely affordable. General building costs range from $65 to $85 per-square-foot depending on materials used. The most common building materials are stucco block and concrete. Goregous locally crafted tile, stone and customized woodwork are hallmarks of the Los Barriles and La Paz- area builders. A special local feature is crafting stunning varnished support beams and finish work from work hulled from the core of the local Cordon Cactus. 

Baja uses the same electrical service -- 110v and 220v. - as the US. And wall plug-ins are the same. All the same amenties and building features available in the US -- are available in Baja -- and more affordable, including wireless internet and energy-saving solar technology for home, pool and garden.