Can an American own land (house) in Mexico?
That's an under statement. The Mexican police does a number of things.
by david - 21 hours ago
U.S. citizens can now own property in parts of Mexico. Several U.S. Title Insurance Companies will provide title insurance. For the life of me I don't know why anyone consider going to Mexico much less own property there. Mexico has one the highest crime rates in the world. Lots of kidnapping, assaults, robberies, and murders. Plus the government is totally corrupt from the highest levels to the local cops. Just saw a story on TV last night were a tour company that sold trips to Mexico for college students for spring break pulled totally out all of their trips to Mexico because to the high crime risk and are now going to Palm Springs. I had friends go down to Enseanda for a few days. They were coming home and was stopped by a couple of local policia and shook them down for $500 each. The cops escorted them in their cars to the closest ATM to get the money.
by Glenn S - 21 hours ago
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