Protecting your most valuable physical asset against unforeseen events is an essential consideration as you formulate your Mexico lifestyle budget
Whether you rent or own in Mexico, third-party coverage can mitigate the cost of accidents and liability when a housekeeper or others are working in your home
What happens if your Mexican home becomes uninhabitable for a while, forcing you to move out while it's repaired or rebuilt?
It's prudent to take time and review the composition of your habitat and living spaces to mitigate the risk of damage and injury during an earthquake
A Mexican law empowers authorities to seize your home if it’s suspected that the property was obtained illicitly or if it’s being used for illegal activities
Some property transfers in Mexico offer possession but not legal title; this article explains the practicalities of buying and selling untitled land
When buying a home in Mexico, up-front costs will vary depending on the circumstances, although the ongoing costs of home ownership are affordable
Often overlooked, third party liabilities related to your Mexican property can be mitigated with adequate insurance cover
How to protect your home in Mexico against burglars, and be adequately covered in the event of theft and damage to the property
Home insurance coverages are readily available in Mexico, and most residential property can be insured—with some notable exceptions
For geological reasons, insuring property on the Yucatán peninsula can be difficult. although it's now easier and more affordable to insure property there
During summer months Mexico can be host to hurricane-force storms, some of which make landfall and may also cause heavy rain storms inland, too.