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 Posted: Tue Aug 23rd, 2016 03:53 pm
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Joined: Sun Jul 6th, 2014
Location: San Carlos, Mexico
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frankiej wrote: purchasing real property anywhere and especially in foreign counties is nothing i would recommend to the inexperienced and faint hearted! 
if you can't run with the big dogs, stay on the porch! 
2 very referable NOB title companies issuing title insurance here in mexico are;
First American title company
Stewart title company
was my post a little harsh?  think of it as though love!!  you can prevent much of the bad experiences buying real property,  simply by doing some home work prior to making your offer!
* select a good real estate agent, one with a good record
* find out about the options for a notario 
* buying an existing home,  have a home inspection
* buying a lot and planning to build;  shop your contractor options,  see what they have built,  talk to the people they built for
* open a bank account;  dollar/peso fluctuate 
* more security, call one of the NOB title companies,  ask all the questions you have for concern
* learn some spanish
San Carlos is in a buyers market,  there are a lot of good deals out there waiting for you!!!!!