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Buyers in Banderas Spill the Beans
The change in the real estate market in Banderas Bay is palpable. From lamenting the loss of ‘authenticity’ in Old Town on Facebook forums to the hushed conversations of how much their neighbors place really sold for at cocktail parties, everyone is talking about the real estate market.
In a recent, very informal survey, the Vallarta Tribune asked buyers of homes throughout Banderas Bay to answer a few questions. The take-away from their responses was for anyone thinking of buying to not only take their time but to understand that the process itself takes time. While aspects of buying real estate in Banderas Bay are similar to purchasing north of the border, there are some marked differences including using a bank trust or Fideiocomiso and use of a notario publico …
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