It is possible for foreigners to own property in Mexico—even by the beach. However, regardless of whether you are Mexican or not, you cannot own the beach.
Some property transfers in Mexico offer possession but not legal title. This article explains the difference.
Not all States have ratified the law recognizing common-law marriage, so couples need to take affirmative action to protect their property.
An introduction to the principal styles of Mexican furniture to help you express the living spaces in your Mexican home.
We've just released a fully revised and extended edition of Ed Kunze's comprehensive eBook: Buy, Build or Improve Your Home in Mexico.
Often overlooked, third party liabilities related to your property can be mitigated provided you have adequate insurance.
In the late summer months, when temperatures reach their peak in the northern hemisphere, Mexico can be host to hurricane-force storms.
Restored with care and featuring enhancements which bring a contemporary touch while remaining true to its colonial heritage
Is it better to ship your existing furniture to Mexico, or sell-up and buy again locally?
Choosing your furniture with care brings long-term benefits. This article provides guidance to help you make considered choices.