A hidden cost of selling your Mexican home might lay in the 'exchange rate effect'—although worthwhile tax allowances are available to residents
When buying a home in Mexico, up-front costs will vary depending on the circumstances, although the ongoing costs of home ownership are affordable
UDIs were introduced as an inflation-protected unit to address a banking crisis in 1995, and are still used today for mortgages, bonds, and some financial calculations
When you sell your Mexican residential property, there are some selling costs, and taxes and tax allowances you need to account for as part of the transaction
Following the negotiations and voting over plans for next year’s budget, the Mexican government has announced a number of tax changes that are to go into effect in 2014 . . .