Secure Title Escrow Office in Rocky Point – Puerto Penasco

Announcing a new office in Rocky Point. It is “Secure Title Latin America”. They offer escrow services to real estate agents to use for their clients. Buyers and sellers of real estate open an escrow account and wire earnest money and also wire the balance of purchase funds, safely into this 3rd party escrow company’s account. Once the buyer and seller are near closing, they authorize disbursement of the funds.

Secure Title operates through a network of offices in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, with escrow infrastructure in the United States. Each regional office provides a complete range of services that provide transparency, security and peace of mind to your transactions. When investing in real estate, you can trust Secure Title’s financial strength, professional service and leading technology to execute your transaction flawlessly.

Secure Title Latin America created this space for agents and their clients so they can visit and ask questions, get information, and have confidence and peace of mind. The office can explain the escrow wiring process and share with agents and clients the privacy and safety of funds using their escrow service. Real estate agents and their clients can visit the local Rocky Point office where you will meet the office manager, Azucena Marisca.

The office is located on the ground floor of Placita Melanie on Blvd Freemont in Puerto Peñasco/Rocky Point. Hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30AM to 5:30PM (closed 2PM to 3PM for lunch). You may want to call first to be sure there is someone there to receive you: 638-383-7788. The number at the headquarters in Baja: 619-819-5591.

So, stop by, enjoy a refreshment and say hi!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Mexican Beach Bum” (Robin Miller) Realtor® is the Designated Broker for Mexico Real Estate and Document Services in the beautiful resort city of Puerto Peñasco-Rocky Point, Mexico, where the desert meets the ocean. Just 210 miles from Phoenix or Tucson and where income producing properties start at $75,000 and homes in town start at $30,000.

Being in the Mexico Real Estate Industry for over 12 years, I have been assisting clients with their Mexico vacation home buying and selling decisions in Puerto Peñasco-Rocky Point, and Puerto Vallarta.

**License #442 (licensing required by the State of Sonora)
**Accredited Professional Broker in Puerto Peñasco-Rocky Point
**AMPI member  (Mexico’s Real Estate Association)
**Executive AMPI Board member of the local chapter 51
**NAR member (U.S. National Association of Realtors®)
**Member of the local MLS, Multiple Listing Service
**Have a full legal team, in house, to assist buyers with obtaining titles.

With my credentials and the support of my in house legal team, I am qualified to represent, and PROTECT BUYERS as they search for and purchase the perfect vacation home or income producing investment property.

It is important that a foreign buyer connects with a properly qualified licensed agent for their real estate search and purchase transaction.  Licensed agents, AMPI and NAR members are held to high ethical standards; attend continuing education classes, and keeping up to date on current issues so they can help guide their clients through the buying and selling process in Mexico.

Ask me for my FREE guide to safely purchase Mexico real estate.

Contact me:

US Line in Mexico:   (602) 539-3124
Mexico Cell:  011-521-638-109-0443

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www.mexicanbeachbum.com
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Foreigner Owning in Mexico

OWNING IN MEXICO
F r e q u e n t l y A s k e d Que s t i o n s
» What is a FIDEICOMISO? (Mexican Bank Trust)
Pronounced “fee-day-co-miso.” This is a legal structure which allows non-Mexicans to purchase real estate property
located in the “Restricted Zone”. This zone encompasses the areas along the coasts and borders of Mexico.
Essentially, it is a recorded contractual arrangement where a property is held in “Trust” by a bank for a specific
purchaser, or beneficiary. In all material respects it is similar to the type of Trusts commonly used in the United States
and Canada to hold property for estate planning purposes.
In order to establish a Trust a permit is required from the Secretary of Foreign Relations. Such a permit is usually
issued for a term of fifty years and can be renewed for an additional term of fifty years. Contrary to the commonly held
misconception, a Mexican Bank Trust (FIDEICOMISO) is not a lease. It is a form of ownership in which real property
is transferred into a Trust for the sole purpose of the Beneficiary. It is not necessarily better or worse than fee simple
ownership . . . just different.
» What defines Mexico’s “Restricted Zone?”
Defined under the Mexican Constitution, the “Restricted Zone” is the land 100 kilometers from any Mexican border
and 50 kilometers from any coastline. In these areas, non-Mexicans may not purchase or hold direct domain over
any land, unless done so through a Bank Trust. Therefore, a FIDEICOMISO is required for any non-Mexican
acquiring residential property in these zones.
» What parties are involved in the FIDEICOMISO?
THE TRUSTOR (SELLER)
This is the individual or entity that creates the Trust (In most cases this is the original Mexican landowner or Seller).
The Trust is irrevocable, so once the Trust is incorporated, the Trustor will have no power to change any part of the
Trust or participate in it.
THE TRUSTEE
This is a Mexican bank authorized to act in such a capacity under the Mexican General Law of Credit Institutions.
Such banking institutions are strictly regulated and controlled by the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, The Bank
of Mexico and the National Banking Commission. A Trustee may not be a beneficiary of the FIDEICOMISO. The
Trustee receives instructions from the Beneficiary and is empowered with the rights and necessary powers to achieve
the objectives set forth in the Trust Agreement and, at the same time, acts on behalf of the foreign Beneficiary in any
and all transactions involving the property held in FIDEICOMISO.
PRIMARY BENEFICIARY (PURCHASER)
This is usually the purchaser. As the Beneficiary of the Trust you enjoy all attributes of ownership including: use and
enjoyment of the property; the ability to improve the property; the ability to obtain financing using the property as
collateral; as well as selling or renting the property and retaining all resulting net profits. In essence, the Beneficiary
has the same absolute rights to use, benefit from and enjoy the property as if it were in fee simple ownership.
SUBSTITUTE BENEFICIARIES
Substitute Beneficiaries are those who receive the beneficiary rights upon death of the Primary Beneficiary.
Transferred upon death of the Primary Beneficiary, the Trust property will revert to the benefits of his designated
Substitute Beneficiaries. PLEASE NOTE: It is much easier for your heirs if you list them in the Trust Document than it
will be for them to acquire the rights through other legal channels, since your Trust Document can also act as a Will
regarding your Mexican property.
» What are the applicable Taxes?
PROPERTY TAX (IMPUESTO PREDIAL)
Property taxes in Mexico are very low compared to the United States and Canada. Your Seller will pay the property tax
up to the closing date. Thereafter, this will be your responsibility on a yearly basis. It is customary in Mexico for the
owner of the property to pay his property tax one year in advance.
Property Acquisition Tax and Registration Fee
The buyer pays the Acquisition Tax (or Transfer Tax) and Registration Fee. It is currently 2.9% of the declared value
of the transaction or the appraisal value, whichever is the highest.
» What is a Certificate of No-Liens (No-Encumbrance)?
This is a document issued by the Public Registry Office that certifies the current status of the property.
» What is the Foreign Relations Permit?
This permit is obtained from the Secretary of Foreign Relations in order to establish a Trust. The application for this
permit must indicate the proposed usage of the property. If the property is a vacant lot the request should include a
general development plan, as well as the amount of money being invested and the time frame for the project. The
permit is obtained by the Trustee on your behalf.
» What are the Bank Administration Fees?
If the Title is held in a Bank Trust there will be annual administration fees. The bank also charges fees to change Primary
Beneficiaries or establish a new Trust. Most banks are now quoting fixed fees of less than $750 per annum.
» What is an Escritura Publica (Public Deed)?
This document attests to the transfer of property. It is formalized upon being recorded at the Property Tax Office and
the Public Property Registry Office. Only a Mexican Notario Publico can issue this document.
» What documents will I need?
» If you are acquiring property as an individual you will need the following:
» Complete names of the Beneficiaries
» Complete names of the Substitute Beneficiaries
» Foreign address and telephone numbers for all Beneficiaries
» Official picture identification of all Beneficiaries (Passport preferred)
If you are acquiring property through your corporation:
» Exact corporate name and denomination
» Certified copy of the corporate bylaws and articles of incorporation translated into Spanish.
» In the case of Canadian corporations, said documents must be legalized at your nearest Mexican consulate or
embassy. If the corporation was formed in the United States, the documents must bear an apostille.
» Who is the Notario Publico (Notary Public)
The Mexican Notario Publico is a specialized attorney who has practiced his profession for at least five years and has
been appointed by the Governor of the State in which he is practicing. Notarios are strictly regulated and they
represent the public interest as opposed to particular parties. The Notario performs a very important role in that he is
responsible for performing all the correlative recordings and the title search in respect to all real estate transactions.
His duty is to draft the public deed and to confirm the validity of signatures.
Prior to closing, the Notario’s additional duties include:
» To examine the documents of the selling party to ensure their accuracy and legitimacy
» To verify title
» To search the public records to determine the status of the seller’s title to the property and the existence
of liens
» The calculation and payments of buyer’s and seller’s taxes.
What is a Title Search?
A Title Search, or Title Investigation, involves an examination of the recorded documents on a particular property. The
title search will reveal any existing liens, history of the property, easements and any other details pertinent to the
property. Title insurance costs vary according to the company that provides the service, however they typically run
around .065% of the purchase price.
What is a Condominium?
A Condominium is a legal structure, placed and registered on a property, which has the legal effect of subdividing
into individual private units. These units share common use areas and common property. Private units may be
enjoyed only by the exclusive owners thereof, whereas common areas and common property may be used and
enjoyed by all owners.
Will there be a Condominium Association on the property I am purchasing?
Yes, all condominiums are subject to one or more condominium regimes which will contain all the provisions (bylaws)
that regulate the rights and obligations of the Owners, Occupants and Visitors who have access to the installations of
the Condominium. The observance of the Bylaws is mandatory for all the Owners, Occupants and Visitors of the units.
How is the Condominium Association administrated?
In order to administrate the Condominium, and in accordance with Mexican law, an “Association Civil” (AC) must be
formed. The “AC” is similar to a Homeowners Association in the United States or Canada. The “AC” typically hires a
professional management company to run the day to day operations of the Condominium. In accordance with the
Bylaws, an annual Owners Meeting is held to review the administration of the Condominium and to set operating and
budget parameters for the coming year.
Will I pay a Maintenance Fee?
Yes. The Owners share in the expenses of the Condominium in accordance to their “Percentage Factor”.
Maintenance fees cover such expenses as operation, administration, maintenance and management of the Common
Areas. Each Owner is responsible for payment of their Maintenance Fee in advance on a monthly, quarterly or annual
basis. An itemized list of Maintenance Fee expenditures is usually provided by the “AC” at the annual meeting.
Fiduciario
Trustee (Mexican National Bank)
Garantia Guarantee
Gravamen Lien
Honorarios Fees paid for a service
Impuesto Tax
Inscripcion Act of recorded entry in the Public Record
IVA Value Added Tax
Perito A licensed or specially certified expert in a given field
Poliza A policy (such as an insurance policy)
Predial Property Tax
Prima Premium paid for insurance coverage
Registro Publico Public registry for land records
Zona Restringida The “Restricted Zone”
Key Words
For your convenience I have listed several key words you may encounter in Spanish
Apoderado
Agent through a power of attorney
Avaluo Property Appraisal report
Beneficiario Trust Beneficiary (usually the Buyer)
Bienes Raices Real Estate
Cesion An assignment of rights and obligations
Corredor Broker
Derechos Rights
Ejecucion Foreclosure
Escritura Public Deed
Estudio Topografico Land or plot survey
FIDEICOMISO Trust Agreement
Fideicomisario Trust Beneficiary
Fideicomitente Trustor (usually the Seller)

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“Mexican Beach Bum” (Robin Miller) Realtor® is the Designated Broker for Mexico Real Estate and Document Services in the beautiful resort city of Puerto Peñasco-Rocky Point, Mexico, where the desert meets the ocean. Just 210 miles from Phoenix or Tucson and where income producing properties start at $75,000 and homes in town start at $30,000.

Being in the Mexico Real Estate Industry for over 12 years, I have been assisting clients with their Mexico vacation home buying and selling decisions in Puerto Peñasco-Rocky Point, and Puerto Vallarta.

**License #442 (licensing required by the State of Sonora)
**Accredited Professional Broker in Puerto Peñasco-Rocky Point
**AMPI member  (Mexico’s Real Estate Association)
**Executive AMPI Board member of the local chapter 51
**NAR member (U.S. National Association of Realtors®)
**Member of the local MLS, Multiple Listing Service
**Have a full legal team, in house, to assist buyers with obtaining titles.

With my credentials and the support of my in house legal team, I am qualified to represent, and PROTECT BUYERS as they search for and purchase the perfect vacation home or income producing investment property.

It is important that a foreign buyer connects with a properly qualified licensed agent for their real estate search and purchase transaction.  Licensed agents, AMPI and NAR members are held to high ethical standards; attend continuing education classes, and keeping up to date on current issues so they can help guide their clients through the buying and selling process in Mexico.

Ask me for my FREE guide to safely purchase Mexico real estate.

Contact me:

US Line in Mexico:   (602) 539-3124
Mexico Cell:  011-521-638-109-0443

robin@mexicanbeachbum.com
www.mexicanbeachbum.com
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Gadsden Hotel Douglas Arizona

I was with a friend last week who lost a family member, so 3 of us friends went on a 700 mile road trip to the funeral. We all live in Puerto Penasco-Rocky Point, Mexico. The services were in Douglas Arizona, then a quick visit across the border into Agua Prieta Mexico.

There was adventure at every turn on the drive there. Crazy hail storn on the freeway where many cars were pulled over waiting for it to pass. Then more rain on the drive there, then finally arrived in the early evening to the church for the service. That first evening we stayed at the Gadsden Hotel in Douglas Arizona. Had a chance to visit with the family, lots of love surrounding our friend. What a beautiful historic place to be. The owner, Florencio, took us up to our floor in the over 100 year old Otis elevator. The Tiffany glass is beautiful, and there was a wonderful grand staircase. History says that Pancho Villa was riding his horse up the staircase, and broke off a small piece of the stair with the hoof of the horse. The bar (I think Saddle and Spur) was very cute, I spent time there and the lounge in the lobby, learning new drinks from the owner, Rosa Anel. Yolanda the bartender was very sweet.

We had a very nice breakfast in the restaurant Casa Segovia, and the piano player in the lobby was awesome.

See below some photos, including the one of the copper mug I purchased from the bar, the last one with the logo!

I also went in to the little museum inside the hotel, really cool, seeing photos from the old West.
Although the trip was for  a sad occasion, we still had a good time visiting friends and family. The Mass and services were beautiful. We so much enjoyed the hotel, where the owners were very welcoming and accomodating. Excellent customer service. We plan on another trip!

Gadsden Hotel: 520-364-4481  www.thegadsdenhotel.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Mexican Beach Bum” (Robin Miller) Realtor® is the Designated Broker for Mexico Real Estate and Document Services in the beautiful resort city of Puerto Peñasco-Rocky Point, Mexico, where the desert meets the ocean. Just 210 miles from Phoenix or Tucson and where income producing properties start at $75,000 and homes in town start at $40,000.
Being in the Mexico Real Estate Industry for over 11 years, I have been assisting clients with their Mexico vacation home buying and selling decisions in Puerto Peñasco-Rocky Point, and Puerto Vallarta.
**License #442 (licensing required by the State of Sonora)
**Accredited Professional Broker in Puerto Peñasco-Rocky Point
**AMPI member (Mexico’s Real Estate Association)
**Executive AMPI Board member of the local chapter 51
**NAR member (U.S. National Association of Realtors®)
**Member of the local MLS, Multiple Listing Service
**Have a full legal team, in house, to assist buyers with obtaining titles.

With my credentials and the support of my in house legal team, I am qualified to represent, and PROTECT BUYERS as they search for and purchase the perfect vacation home or income producing investment property.
It is important that a foreign buyer connects with a properly qualified licensed agent for their real estate search and purchase transaction. Licensed agents, AMPI and NAR members are held to high ethical standards; attend continuing education classes, and keeping up to date on current issues so they can help guide their clients through the buying and selling process in Mexico.
Ask me for my FREE guide to safely purchase Mexico real estate.
Contact me:
US Line in Mexico: (602) 539-3124
Mexico Cell: 011-521-638-109-0443

robin@mexicanbeachbum.com
www.mexicanbeachbum.com
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Retirees Living well in Mexico

Here is a short video by CNN about some American Retirees living in Mexico. They are in Puerto Vallarta, where I lived for nearly 3 years. See what one man said how he can afford his 3000 square foot condo on his social security!

Whether you are thinking of Puerto Vallarta or even in the town I am in now: Puerto Peñasco also known as Rocky Point, I can find the perfect retirement or vacation home for you. Did you know you could buy a beach condo here in my town for about $89,000? We are a 3.5 hour drive to either Phoenix or Tucson, so close to the US.

They have a very active social life and say they have more friends in Mexico than they ever did in the United States, mainly because Puerto Vallarta is full of people just like them.

According to local government estimates, there are around 35,000 U.S. and Canadian citizens living in Puerto Vallarta, many of them retired like Mike and Sara.

“We get together and we have happy hours, we have wine and appetizers, we have coffees in different neighborhoods and we get together at different restaurants,” Sara Wise says.

Medical care is another factor they considered when they decided to move here. To their surprise, they found more options for quality health care and at much more affordable prices than in the United States, including procedures like surgeries and advanced dental care.

“The accessibility to the doctors is something that we never experienced in the United States and from what we understand it’s getting more difficult, not less,” Mike Wise says. “And the cost is somewhere between a quarter to a half of what things cost in the U.S.”

Puerto Vallarta has adapted to this relatively new, foreign clientele. Around town, doctors and dentists put out signs in English, and often have English-speaking employees.

Kimberly Altman, 63, a retiree from California who has been living in Puerto Vallarta for three-and-a-half years, says a doctor’s visit is usually $40.

Find my information below. Take a look at these retirees living the life in Mexico, click on the image:

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I am Robin Miller, the “Mexican Beach Bum”. Broker-Owner of Mexican Beach Homes.
I have been in the Mexico Real Estate Industry for 8 years, assisting clients with their Mexico vacation home buying and selling decisions in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Peñasco/Rocky Point.

As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a member of NAR, the U.S. National Association of Realtors®, and with access to the MLS, I am qualified to represent buyers as they search for and purchase the perfect vacation home.

It is important that a foreign buyer connects with a properly qualified agent for their real estate search and purchase transaction.  AMPI members and NAR members are held to high ethical standards; attend continuing education classes, and keeping up to date on current issues so they can help guide their clients through the buying and selling process in Mexico.

In Mexico, I have authority to pay ANYONE finders fees upon a closed transaction.
Ask me for a FREE guide to safely purchase Mexico real estate.

Skype ID: robinmiller999
Office:      (602) 539-3124
Mexico Cell:  011-521-638-109-0443

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Puerto Vallarta Kids rights march

Outside my office yesterday I heard what sounded like a parade. Turns out, it was a kid’s march. Kids and adults were marching down the main street in Puerto Vallarta with signs and chanting about kids not being exploited for work. They were all in white, carrying white balloons. As I left my desk to go look, I grabbed my camera as I always do, because you just never know when a good shot comes along. I took a few photos and video taped it. It was a nice “march” and they waved, the people in our building waved, there was a guy with a professional camera looking straight at me, my friend said “Hey Robin, looks look you might be on the Puerto Vallarta news”.  You will see how funny it looked when you see the video. He really looked like he was directing his comments to people upstairs.

It was cool to see all those sweet kids walking the street, carrying their signs and getting involved. It was later in the afternoon, so they were already out of school by the way. Link to my Youtube video: http://youtu.be/FA1bwRwFCBw

 

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I am Robin Miller, the “Mexican Beach Bum” and a REALTOR®  with Prudential California Realty Vallarta Division in the South Office in downtown Puerto Vallarta. I have been in the Mexico Real Estate Industry for 7 years, assisting clients with their Mexico vacation home buying and selling decisions.

As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a member of NAR, the U.S. National Association of Realtors®, and with access to the MLS, I am qualified to represent buyers as they search for and purchase the perfect vacation home.

Since licensing is not a requirement in most areas of Mexico, it is extremely important that a foreign purchaser uses a qualified agent for the real estate search and purchase transaction.  AMPI members and NAR members are held to high ethical standards; attend continuing education classes, and keeping up to date on current issues so they can help guide their clients through the buying and selling process in Mexico.

In Mexico, I have authority to pay ANYONE referral fees upon a closed transaction.
Ask me for a  FREE guide to safely purchase Mexico real estate in Puerto Vallarta or
Puerto Peñasco/Rocky Point Mexico.

I can be reached at:
Prudential Office: U.S. (310)-683-0051
Skype ID: robinmiller999 (602) 399-7141
Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655

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Coffee in Puerto Vallarta-Sunny Day

Coffee in Puerto Vallarta-Sunny Day

That title says it all. This past Saturday, Jan 26, 2013, I was at my real estate office. Next door is a coffee Shop, Pie in the Sky. I had a latte and took a break. I reflect on all the bad weather happening in the U.S. and my wish for all those people dealing with the arctic freeze, is that they could be in Puerto Vallarta at that moment to catch a break and enjoy what I was experiencing and be at peace.IMG_0036 IMG_0035

“The Mexican Beach Bum”, Robin Miller, sells real estate in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Robin is a Realtor with Carpe Diem Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta and has been in the Mexico Resort Real Estate Industry for over 6 years, assisting clients with their buying and selling decisions. As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a REALTOR (member of NAR, U.S. National Association of Realtors), Robin knows the importance of being involved in the available associations for continuing education, to assist foreigners  in purchasing property in Mexico. She also pays generous referral fees to anyone referring buyers! Ask Robin for details about Puerto Vallarta or Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Check out the Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit MLS

She can be reached at U.S. (602) 399-7141 or her Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655

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Puerto Vallarta Best Destination in Mexico for TripAdvisor

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Tripadvisor, the world’s largest online travel website with 50 million visits, has chosen Puerto Vallarta as “Best Destination in Mexico 2012” as part of its annual Travellers’ Choice Awards.

Puerto Vallarta boasts beautiful beaches, the iconic Malecon, an environment

http://www.pvpulse.com/en/news/news-from-banderas-bay/puerto-vallarta-best-destination-in-mexico-for-tripadvisor

 

“The Mexican Beach Bum”, Robin Miller, sells real estate in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Robin is a Realtor with Carpe Diem Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta and has been in the Mexico Resort Real Estate Industry for over 6 years, assisting clients with their buying and selling decisions. As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a REALTOR (member of NAR, U.S. National Association of Realtors), Robin knows the importance of being involved in the available associations for continuing education, to assist foreigners  in purchasing property in Mexico. She also pays generous referral fees to anyone referring buyers! Ask Robin for details about Puerto Vallarta or Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Check out the Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit MLS

She can be reached at U.S. (602) 399-7141 or her Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655

View Homes For Sale-Click Here

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Puerto Vallarta’s Second Tunnel Opens to Traffic

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On Sunday, January 6th, 2013, the second tunnel on Puerto
Vallarta
‘s Luis Donaldo Colosio
Highway (El Libramiento) was opened to
traffic, although its inauguration will be delayed until work on the old tunnel
is completed.

http://visitpuertovallarta.com/news/2013/01/puerto-vallartas-second-tunnel-opens-to-traffic/

 

“The Mexican Beach Bum”, Robin Miller, sells real estate in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Robin is a Realtor with Carpe Diem Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta and has been in the Mexico Resort Real Estate Industry for over 6 years, assisting clients with their buying and selling decisions. As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a REALTOR (member of NAR, U.S. National Association of Realtors), Robin knows the importance of being involved in the available associations for continuing education, to assist foreigners  in purchasing property in Mexico. She also pays generous referral fees to anyone referring buyers! Ask Robin for details about Puerto Vallarta or Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Check out the Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit MLS

She can be reached at U.S. (602) 399-7141 or her Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655

View Homes For Sale-Click Here

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Elizabeth Taylor Puerto Vallarta House

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http://notinthepink.com/2013/01/11/elizabeth-taylors-house-in-puerto-vallarta/

 

“The Mexican Beach Bum”, Robin Miller, sells real estate in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Robin is a Realtor with Carpe Diem Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta and has been in the Mexico Resort Real Estate Industry for over 6 years, assisting clients with their buying and selling decisions. As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a REALTOR (member of NAR, U.S. National Association of Realtors), Robin knows the importance of being involved in the available associations for continuing education, to assist foreigners  in purchasing property in Mexico. She also pays generous referral fees to anyone referring buyers! Ask Robin for details about Puerto Vallarta or Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Check out the Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit MLS

She can be reached at U.S. (602) 399-7141 or her Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655

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Cooking School in Puerto Vallarta

Cooking School in Puerto Vallarta
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On our recent vacation to Puerto Vallarta, we found no shortage of fun events and activities to fill our days and nights with.  Among those, my personal favorite, hands down, was a Thai Cooking Class that we took at “Essence of Cuisine Cooking School” from Dolores Brittingham.

With a big group of us traveling together, it wasn’t hard to gather 8 eager foodies (men and women) interested in participating in a night of cooking and eating.  Having our fill of Mexican food, we were delighted to see

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“The Mexican Beach Bum”, Robin Miller, sells real estate in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Robin is a Realtor with Carpe Diem Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta and has been in the Mexico Resort Real Estate Industry for over 6 years, assisting clients with their buying and selling decisions. As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a REALTOR (member of NAR, U.S. National Association of Realtors), Robin knows the importance of being involved in the available associations for continuing education, to assist foreigners  in purchasing property in Mexico. She also pays generous referral fees to anyone referring buyers! Ask Robin for details about Puerto Vallarta or Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Check out the Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit MLS

She can be reached at U.S. (602) 399-7141 or her Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655

View Homes For Sale-Click Here

robin@mexicanbeachbum.com
www.mexicanbeachbum.com
www.youtube.com/mexicanbeachbumtv
www.facebook.com/mexicanbeachbum
www.twitter.com/mexicanbeachbum