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  • The Los Cabos Humane Society’s Dressed to the K-9s Gala Christmas Party

    The Los Cabos Humane Society’s Dressed to the K-9s Gala Christmas Party is an annual holiday fundraiser – with a silent auction and raffle – to benefit animals and community services in Los Cabos. This year’s event, to be held in the ballroom and courtyard of the elegant Sheraton Hacienda del Mar Golf and Spa ...
    Posted to Cabo San Lucas Blog (Weblog) by 967749 on December 8, 2015
  • Can I Buy Ejido Property? What is an Ejido?

    The ejido is a Mexican concept not well understood by foreigners. What is an ejido, exactly? The word, pronounced ay-hee-do, is thought to be derived from the Latin exitus, meaning "the way out." Presumably ejidos got their name from being located at the outskirts of towns and cities, and they were, and some still are, small ...
    Posted to Cabo San Lucas Blog (Weblog) by 851204 on March 2, 2015
  • Wines of Mexico's Burgeoning Baja Region

    The Valle de Guadalupe is located northeast of the Mexican port city of Ensenada (famous for surfing and fishing), and just two hours from San Diego by car. There are currently about 50 wineries in the region, ranging from slick commercial operations to makeshift structures more like garages. The wine route is marked by contrasts, ...
    Posted to Cabo San Lucas Blog (Weblog) by 851204 on July 28, 2014
  • Real Estate Trends

    A real estate trend is any consistent pattern or change in the general direction of the real estate industry which, over the course of time, causes a statistically noticeable change. This phenomenon can be a result of the economy, a change in mortgage rates, consumer speculations, or other fundamental ...
    Posted to Cabo San Lucas Blog (Weblog) by 851204 on July 21, 2014
  • History of the Birote.

    Camille Pirotte, of Belgian origin, was the Baker of one of the French battalions that arrived in Guadalajara (the 6 of January 1864), in the State of Jalisco, in Mexico. He joined as a volunteer the occupation of the French army, when imperial troops occupied the city of Guadalajara. You can say that citizens received the French with ...
    Posted to Cabo San Lucas Blog (Weblog) by 851204 on July 14, 2014
  • What is Quivira?

    What is Quivira?   Quivira, pronounced Key-vee-ra, is Mexico’s premier luxury residential resort community set on 1,850-acres of Rolling foothills with three miles of pristine beaches in Los Cabos, Mexico. Named after one of the seven legendary lost cities of gold sought by explores in the 16th and 17th Century, Quivira once ...
    Posted to Cabo San Lucas Blog (Weblog) by 851204 on July 7, 2014
  • Advantages of Owning a Vacation Rental Home

    Are you interested in owning a second home? How about a vacation home? When you invest in a vacation home you can. Investing in vacation home rental not only allow you to stay at the property as often as you would like but it is also a great real estate investment. Many investors found that invest in vacation homes can be much ...
    Posted to Cabo San Lucas Blog (Weblog) by 851204 on June 26, 2014
  • Siesta Time

    Siesta Time Cabo San Lucas has a lot to offer the visitor.  The stunning climate makes golfing on the world class courses available most days of the year.  The waters surrounding Cabo San Lucas are filled with game fish.  Swimming, tennis, hiking, shopping and exploring the beauty of Cabo attracts many visitors every year. ...
    Posted to Cabo San Lucas Blog (Weblog) by 851204 on June 13, 2014
  • Cabo Property Management

     Most homeowners here in Cabo do not live here all year round. It is because of this reason that many of the tedious items like paying your bills, cleaning the pool, gardening, etc need to be taken care of by someone. The role of the property manager is to take care of these things and many more like paying your real estate taxes and ...
    Posted to Cabo San Lucas Blog (Weblog) by 851204 on June 12, 2014
  • How Do You Get to Cabo?

    Travel to Cabo is considered international travel and there are a few things you should be aware of.o   Major Canadian and U.S. airlines, plus tour charter flights serve Los Cabos. Carriers include Alaska Airlines, American, Continental, Delta, Frontier, United and U.S. Airways. Mexican airlines, flying from north of the border ...
    Posted to Cabo San Lucas Blog (Weblog) by 851204 on June 5, 2014
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