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The Vallarta Real Estate Fair 2014

Are you wondering about how the changes in Mexico’s immigration laws will affect you? – How will the new fiscal reforms affect capital gains tax this year? - Are you wondering what loans are available for mortgages in Mexico? - How do prope...

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When The Termites Come to Vallarta

The first time we witnessed the arrival of The Termites in Puerto Vallarta was at a beach restaurant many years ago. Without as much as a buzz or a hum, a swarm of flying creatures suddenly appeared over our heads, shedding somewhat less than g...

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Mismaloya is Part of Puerto Vallarta

Often falsely credited for the colonization of Puerto Vallarta, Mismaloya is a lovely settlement about twelve kilometers from the city. In 1963 the Hollywood director, John Huston, chose it for the location of his movie The Night of the Igu...

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San Sebastian is Only 2 Hours Away From Vallarta

San Sebastián del Oeste The heat in Puerto Vallarta can be stifling in the summer months and we often venture out of town for an escape. It’s a great time to travel with less tourists and roads that are not quite so crowded. A favored des...

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Locked Up/Locked Out In Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta has an abundance of locksmiths and we don’t say that lightly. Many ferreterias (hardware stores) will make keys, if you can find someone to help, but your best bet is to find the local locksmith that your friends recommend...

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Yikes! Bikes! Vallarta Style

Many years ago, when we arrived in Puerto Vallarta and began enlightening and enjoyable observations, we rarely saw anyone riding a bicycle. If we did spot a bike, it would often be supporting well more than one rider. A man usually pumped ...

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Real Estate Investment in Nayarit

Welcome to Riviera Nayarit, Mexico! This region is a 200 mile stretch of soft sandy beaches, picturesque coves, clean ocean breezes and turquoise waters. Just north of the Puerto Vallarta International airport, the destination is just a two-hou...

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La Playa Puerto Vallarta Style

Puerto Vallarta’s beaches cover a lot of territory, not all within the confines of the city limits. Choose between bringing your own blanket, beverages and food, or getting table service from one of the various restaurants that grace the ...

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Poinsettias Everywhere in Vallarta

This time of year in Puerto Vallarta, poinsettias are everywhere. Supermarkets, small tiendas and roadside stands as well as the many viveros (plant nurseries) stock abundant supplies. In Mexico, this luscious leafy flower is called Flor...

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Letter from a satisfied real estate client…

September 5, 2013   Taniel Chemsian Timothy Real Estate Group   Dear Taniel, Gina and I sincerely appreciate your guidance and efforts in representing us in buying what we think is an outstanding property in Puerto Vallarta. Yo...

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House Hunter’s Charity Event 2014 Update

‘House Hunters International’ Charity Event 2014 Its getting close to the date for our ‘House Hunters International’ Charity event benefiting Becas Vallarta (Scholarships for Kids), Make-A-Wish Foundation, Asilo San Juan Diego Senior...

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El Grito in Puerto Vallarta

Recently we were asked by newcomers if Mexicans in Puerto Vallarta do anything for their Independence Day. Do they ever! Though the actual date is September 16th, observances take place in Mexico on the eve of a given celebration. Our frien...

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Quinceañera in Puerto Vallarta

In Puerto Vallarta, there are some traditions that take our breath away with beauty and tradition. We have been invited to quinceañeras over the years and regardless of the economic level of the families, they have all been remarkable events. ...

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The Perfect Sunset? In Vallarta Of Course

Winter in Puerto Vallarta brings incredible sunsets and we cannot deny it is one of our favorite pastimes to settle into a plastic chair on the beach, with a cold beverage to sip and watch the great ball of fire sink into the sea. People ga...

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Puerto Vallarta’s Zocalo

The local zocalo, (from Spanish zócalo socle and from Italian zoccolo) is the main square in any Mexican town, Puerto Vallarta being no exception, and is often the center of much local activity. At "El Jardin Principal"(The Main Garden) as...

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