Real Estate Archive

Your American Dollars Are Worth Plenty in Latin America

The worldwide currency markets are volatile and this can have a major impact on your travels. Some years the U.S. dollar is up overall, sometimes it is down. The ups and downs usually aren’t so dramatic in Latin America since some of the currencies are tied to the greenback. Ecuador and Panama even use it [&hellip

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The Luxury Real Estate Market of Los Cabos, Mexico

If you’ve got plenty of money to invest in luxury real estate and are looking for your dream property on a beach where it’s always warm, you will probably find what you want in Los Cabos. That’s my conclusion after checking out listings and new developments from Cabo San Lucas to San Jose del Cabo [&hellip

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The Evolving Luxury Real Estate Scene in Panama City, Panama

When we first published a luxury real estate article on Panama City a decade ago, what was then called Trump Ocean Club was the slick new game in town and the market was getting flooded with buyers from Argentina, Brazil, and especially Venezuela who were looking for a stable place to put their money. Meanwhile, [&hellip

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Luxury Real Estate in Pedasi and the Azuero Peninsula in Panama

There are many favored locations in Panama for wealthy home buyers, but the Azuero Peninsula is the prime choice for those who want to be close to the ocean and away from the capital city. Panama has long been a haven for foreign real estate investors thanks to a variety of incentives for expatriates and [&hellip

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Luxury Real Estate in the Gateway to Latin America

What’s the top city for doing business in Latin America? It’s not Mexico City, or Panama City, or Sao Paulo. The largest Latin American office for many multinationals and marketing companies is often not on foreign soil—it’s in Miami, Florida. The Gateway to Latin America offers flights to every country in the region and is [&hellip

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An Update on Luxury Real Estate in San Miguel de Allende

Like most markets dominated by U.S. buyers, San Miguel de Allende saw real estate prices take a dive at the end of the last decade. When I looked at properties and toured homes in our original luxury real estate story on the Mexican city, prices had dropped 20-30% because of the U.S. housing and financial [&hellip

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