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 Posted: Thu Aug 11th, 2016 12:06 am
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I was wrong about Paradise Canyon Ranch. It is another project in the same area. I talked with the owner who lives here in San Carlos. He's got big plans and permits to start but details still need to be worked out and he's busy getting the airline up and running. He's got 500 acres and will have a variety of housing options starting at $140,000. He hopes to get the project underway late this year or early next year. The airline is definitely integral to marketing the real estate. 

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Bella Esperanza lots are 1,500+ square meters which is the minimum to be considered rural outside of the residential lot requirements. No laws were broken there and though water was promised, sewer was not (and not required). And there IS a water main in the main street heading out to Nacapule Canyon. Any Bella Esperanza lot owner can tap into this water main which is gravity fed off of a tank on the hill just North of the platted lots. And yes these rural lots are recorded at the Registro Publico with catastral numbers.

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lots of supply, where is the demand??

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Good question FranieJ!! The week-end of the 19th of this month (August) will be the last hurrah of the summer because school starts on Monday the 22nd. San Carlos will be pretty much a "ghost town" from then until the snowbirds return. Hopefully we'll get some new blood as long as the American Consulate doesn't "poison the water" again like last year with their "internal" travel alert(s)! IMO those t/a's last year erred on the FAR SIDE of caution and mostly served to scare the ones that have never visited Mexico but would have if they hadn't heeded the t/a meant for Embassy and Consulate employees! And lets hope Paradise Air and real estate development is for real!

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One of the problems I have found with the law on developing land, is that the law only applies to some, and not to others. Yes, infrastructure is to be in place, but seldom is. I have seen unsuspecting people buy property and were told at the time that it had water, and electric, only to find out, that they had to pay for it, and bring it over some distance, to get it to their property line. This was a long time after those laws were made, but not applied. I guess it matters who is doing the selling,as to the transparency, and what will be required. Money talks....

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Wow!,,,, theres a lot of conjecture about this sales proposal! Perhaps a person could ask our favorite "cub" reporter Vinny to chime in. It should be okay as the Ordaz name hasn't been mentioned (We all know how he dropped that" hot rock")

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Richard,Thanks for the info on Bella Esperanza. The minimal requirements that the law dictated and what buyers (like me in Feb 2006 for 2 lots) were promised were quite different. Thank goodness that it ended well for me.
Some projects do reasonably well in San Carlos (condo tower by Marina Real, the 2 condo towers in the Bahia near Esterito 2, and Playa Blanca) and others do not. Would be interesting to be able to quantify what were the drivers to success of some and details that led to failures of others.

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post #67 , i will start another thread so all of us can express our views of san carlos growth!  we can leave this thread focused on paradise canyon ranch. 

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Why thank you moderator FrankieJ...
and here I mistakenly thought that my past experience purchasing in a large development on the outer reaches of San Carlos 10 years ago where water/sewer was an issue was somehow relevant to a new large development on the outer reaches of San Carlos where water/sewer are also an issue.
my bad.

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Well, if the new airline service is somehow tied in with this new devolopment I predict we will not see the harped about air service. What a shame.

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DEJAVU!!

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