The Buyer Closing Costs for the aquisition of Queretaro Real Estate may vary depending on the property and the sales price, the following information is intended to be for informational purposes only.
Buyer Closing Costs are paid by the buyer and the usual costs include:
Certificate issued by the Public registry of the Property stating that the property is free of liens and encumbrances. ($20 USD... [Read more...]
It is imposible as a Real Estate Company in Queretaro not to talk about the Public Registry of the Property and Commerce, there are a great number of people that ask us;
¿What is the Public Registry of the Property and Commerce and what is its function?: The Public Registry of the Property and Commerce (RPPC) is an institution of the state government (each state in Mexico has its own Public Registry... [Read more...]
A push for rural development
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Housing market recovery in Mexico
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Joint effort leads to housing development
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Should I Invest In Mexico Or Brazil?
With so much money accumulated on the sidelines of the highly volatile markets in America and Europe, international investors are having a tough time selecting a destination for their next investment. According to the 2011 report by the National Commissio
The Truth About Financing in Mexico?
I find myself explaining about the irregularities in financing in Mexico on a daily basis. With all the websites, misinformation, and general lack of regulation, I have decided to clarify the truth about financing. Getting a loan in Mexico is becoming m
US Real estate agents to show Mexican MLS property listings
Buyers interested in property in Mexico can now access the entire listing from the Mexico National Association of Real Estate Professionals in English under a new deal with agents in the United States. The AMPI (Asociación Mexicana de Profesionales Inmob