Frequently Asked Questions
Can I own a property in México?
Foreign citizens who want to buy property in Mexico must obtain a “Fideicomiso”, which acts as a Mexican Property Trust. Amendments to Article 27 of the Mexican Constitution in 1971 and 1994 allowed foreigners to buy and own real estate in Mexico located within the “restricted zone,” which is all land within 60 miles (100 km) of the national border and 30 miles (50 km) of the Mexican coast; this includes all real estate in Los Cabos (the peninsula is about 50 miles -80 km- wide). This law allowed for ownership via a Mexican bank Trust Deed, or “Fideicomiso.”
What does Los Cabos means?
Los Cabos means “The Capes”. A cape is a high point of land that extends into a river, lake, or ocean.
Moreover, did you know that it was named Los Cabos because there is more than one cape in Baja California Sur? Each one is a remarkable piece of paradise with its own personality and vibe, its own ecosystem, and its unique lifestyle.
What is the Touristic Corridor?
The Corridor between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas is home to some of the world’s most opulent resort developments. The Corridor boasts a lifestyle unrivaled in today’s market, combining world-class luxury with unrivaled natural beauty. There are numerous opportunities for ownership in the area, with all of the amenities you could want. There’s always something new and exciting to try, from gorgeous golf to beautiful beaches to cutting-edge spa technology. If dining and cuisine are important to you, you’ll feel right at home. Foodies rejoice at the abundance of new options, and there is always something new on the menu.