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Capital Gains Tax on the Sale of Homes in Mexico

 

If you are selling your home in Mexico it is of the utmost importance to know, before you sign an agreement or offer to sell, how much you are going to pay in Capital Gains Tax (ISR) because this amount is going to be deducted from the price of sale. Before signing a private sales contact or offer, make sure you have a WRITTEN calculation of the Capital Gains Tax from your tax consultant or your notary.

By David Connell & Gabriela Rojas Jiménez

 

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Vallarta Property Rentals & Taxes

Many people who decide to buy real estate in the Costa Vallarta region do so with the intent to rent out their property when they are not using it. There are a number of options to do so, ranging from taking care of it yourself or having a rental company do so for you.

BY DAVID CONNELL & JOHN YOUDEN

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A line in the sand over opening Mexico´s beaches to foreign ownership

A line in Mexico's sand

Some see benefits to allowing foreigners to own, coastal land, but skeptics are unswayed.

By RICHARD FAUSSET

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Immigration Law Reform

GENERAL OUTLINE OF THE NEW IMMIGRATION LAW OF MEXICO

In May of 2011 Mexico’s Immigration law was reformed. Some of the reform entered into effect immediately while other parts did not enter into effect until the corresponding Rules to the Law were published, which did not happen until the 28th of September 2012.

 

By DAVID W. CONNELL

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