VideoDo I need to notify the US Goverment that I have bought property in Mexico and that its held in a trust?

For a foreigner, buying property in Mexico is a new and different experience. Most foreigners spend time researching the procedure of buying property, setting up a trust or a corporation and becoming familiar with the different permits and costs required to close on a property transaction in Mexico. A lot of effort is put into becoming familiar with the “closing procedure” yet very little time is spent on understanding what ongoing obligations exist after the property has been purchased. Furthermore, there is very little information on what these ongoing obligations are.

Location:
Puerto Vallarta
Year:
2010
Practice:
Foreing Investement

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