Mexico second homes

On SecondShelters.com: Fort Worth Friday on Holiday in Captivating Cuernavaca

By Eric Prokesh / March 23, 2018 / 0 Comments

With spring breaking, and wanderlust mounting, an invitation to Cuernavaca, Mexico, seemed the perfect antidote to the winter doldrums to which your sulky Fort Worth Friday correspondent has lately succumbed. As old as Mexico itself, Cuernavaca contains the oldest preserved colonial building in the Americas, the nearly 500-year-old Palacio de Cortés, built atop an earlier, […]

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Buy a House in Mexico? Now Even Cruise Ships are Avoiding Some Ports

By Candy Evans / January 27, 2011 / 0 Comments

I feel so sorry for our neighbor to the south. I am signed up for several Google alerts — guess which one sends me the most stories? Crime in Mexico, Mexico crime. It’s enough to make you want to never cross the border, which is not fair, of course. The entire country of Mexico is […]

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