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 Posted: Thu Dec 17th, 2015 03:44 pm
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Ian948
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Mana: 
John - I did not intend to imply being anonymous was wrong , or inappropriate - simply you made a value judgement based on knowledge you have which other readers may not.  I may know several of the aliases but that is not relevant to the discussion.
I also agree completely with your sentiments , lovely turn of phrase , as well,

Aloha ~ I am not sure I completely understand , but I do not accept anything on a board such as this; either by anonymous posts or named posts,unless I am familiar with the poster outside of the "virtual" world and have respect for their knowledge.  My point was not intended to validate named posters - and certainly not in this debate , where my knowledge is insignificant by comparison !

Back to regular programming :)

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We purchased a house in the CC last year. We just received our Trust after a few glitches. The most important thing to me would be the trust and the cost of the trust. We first were going to assume the trust for XX$, then found out there were only 7 years left. The trust was with HSBC, they are no longer writing. So we had to get a new trust. The house is on two lots, they wanted to charge us two trusts, when the old trust included the two lots. We had to pay for a new survey, combine the lots to get one trust. When it was all said and done, the cost skyrocketed to $4600 USD. So get all your ducks in a row and ask a lot of questions.

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Sandeman, sounds like you and/or your agent got a bit of a run around. It pays to use the services of someone that is both bilingual, experienced in Mexican Article 27 based trusts and their 20 year extensions, lot line adjustments and very importantly, well connected downtown.

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Could not agree more "well connected downtown", I am amazed Richard got away with that one, but it's true. Gladly if you are the beneficiary of that relationship, sadly if you are the victim of that relationship.......and that's all I'm saying....

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