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Real Estate Appraisals in Mexico

Intercasa Aug 7, 2014, 11:07 AM Real Estate Appraisals in Mexico. Here in Mexico we have three types of real estate appraisals. They are Tax (Catastral), Bank (Bancaria) and Commercial (Comercial). All appraisers must be licensed and most are engineers or architects who have postgraduate courses and state licenses and are also “peritos” or experts. […]

An array of books for sale in the tianguis, a traveling Mexican market. © Daniel Wheeler, 2009

The difference between “te amo” and “te quiero”

MyGirlReyes, Jan 5, 2004 The difference between “te amo” and “te quiero” Hola. I am just beginning to learn Spanish and I need some explanation on when to use “te amo” and “te quiero”. If I want to say to my grandmother or son or nephew “I love you” how does that translate to Spanish? […]


Living In San Luis Potosi

Posted by Diana Myers Stephenson on Junio 07, 2000 Since I gave up, sadly I must say, on Merida as a possible relocation site. I am now considering San Luis Potosi. The distance from my current location in USA would be manageable for driving. But when I search for info on San Luis, I mostly […]


Oaxaca to Guadalajara: The good.. the bad.. & the ugly

Posted by charlie g. on April 11, 1999 On the road again – Oaxaca to Guad – The good, the bad and the ugly After getting set up to stay in Oaxaca for a while I decided last week to make a quick trip to Guadalajara and Ajijic to pick up some stuff I left […]


Personal Views of Easter in Mexico

Semana Santa in Morelia means a vacation at home for me. For one thing, I don’t want to become a statistic by hitting the open road, and for another, I don’t like crowds. But most importantly, I bask in those times when the help are gone and it’s just me and my Doberboys. By Thursday, […]


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