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Yes, foreigners can own a property in Mexico. The only difference is that if the property is located within 50km from the coastline or 100 km from the Mexican border the title must be held in a trust.
A bank trust is used when a foreigner wants to buy a property in Mexico within 50 km from the coastline or 100 km from the Mexican border. It holds the title of the property in trust for the owner. The owner has all the same rights and obligations. The only difference is that the trust must be renewed every 50 years and there is an annual cost to run the trust of approximately US$500.
Closing costs are around 5% in the Vallarta area. This will include fees such as escrow, notary (Title), taxes, lawyer and permits.
You do not need any special immigration documents to buy in Mexico. We do recommend that you get temporary or permanent residency before you sell as it will reduce your capital gains tax. Getting residency in Mexico does not affect your citizenship or residency in other countries.
There is a large expat community in Vallarta that is a mix of both full time and part time residents. During the season there are events nearly every day.
Yes, Vallarta has some of the best doctors in Mexico. Medical care is drastically cheaper than in the US and insurance is available. Most expats will have insurance to cover only major health issues as the cost to see even a specialist is very affordable.
Yes, you can bring your fur babies to Mexico. All that is needed is a vet certificate and an up-to-date record of shots.
No, you do not need a car in Vallarta. Taxis and Ubers are cheap and easy to get. Parking is sometimes difficult in old town and a lot of things are also within walking distance.