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September 2008 - Posts

Single Story For Sale in Mision Viejo

Beautiful Floor Plan • 2,200 sq. ft., 3 bath, 3 bdrm single story "Classic Mexican Hacienda" - $419,000 USD - Appliance Upgrades Mision Viejo, Rosarito - Beautiful classic mexican hacienda built in 2007 located in the peaceful sub-division

Price Reduced on 40010 Calle Mision De San Diego in Mision Viejo

Mision Viejo, Rosarito - Announcing a price reduction on 40010 Calle Mision De San Diego, a 2,200 sq. ft., 3 bath, 3 bdrm single story "Classic Mexican Hacienda". Now $419,000 USD - Appliance Upgrades. Property information

Boomers are Tanking and Thinking of Retirement in Mexico

David Simmonds There was a recent Wall Street Journal story describing the number of boomers who are now borrowing money to live day-to-day. The content of the story isn’t as suprising as that it was in the WSJ, a once-reliable publication now owned
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'Bucki' the Whale Escapes the Baltic Sea

Tuesday, September 9, 2008 Baja and Beyond Tours: Article on Bucki 'Bucki' the Whale Escapes the Baltic Sea GERMANY - Experts are happily reporting that "Bucki," the 40-foot humpback whale who has been wandering lost around the Baltic
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Why are Millions of Americans Fleeing the US?

Do you want retire now? Did you know that 250,000 Americans leave the US each year permanently (Money Magazine indept study). And what about the millions of people who want to leave? Being caught up in the rat race is not fun or healthy. With the economy
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One Million Retirees Living in Mexico and Why?

Nearly One Million Americans Living in Mexico, Says Latin America Real Estate Site Latin American Home Investment, a Web site specializing in real estate south of the border, has seen the number of Americans living in Mexico creep towards one million.
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Luxury for less in Baja, California Mexico

By Julie Bennett Mexico recently dusted off its serape, cleaned up its property ownership laws, and installed highways and Internet access in hopes of luring second-home buyers back to Baja California -- the 1,000-mile-long peninsula just south of the
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