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Re: If you have an honest and informed and AMPI realtor, it is probably
better to buy.  callista, If I had the $$$ I would buy rather than rent. But, if you buy where almost all has been bought by foreigners already, then the prices are inflated already, also.

posted by benzinha on November 24, 2009 at 10:16 PM | link to this | reply

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As far as I know callista, Alamos and Ajijic and Chapala and San Miguel de Allende are all basically American and Canadian and not really Mexican anymore.

posted by benzinha on November 24, 2009 at 10:14 PM | link to this | reply

actually i was thinking of doing the same thing in Alamos, Sonora.  Another community where there are americans and canadians living and helping the locals.  they do alot and i mean alot of charity work, sounds great to me to!!!  Only with the laws the way they are it would be better to rent, and probably less expensive to.  ahhhhhhhh i hear mexico calling.

posted by jeansaw on November 24, 2009 at 5:50 PM | link to this | reply

Re: "Mis Amores"? Sure it's a B abd B??

Hehehehehehe, yes, I went inside and it is lovely and really a B and B. Hehehehehehh.

And yes, we need those Swedes here in America, so much to do and do better, I'm thinkin'.

The Americans and Canadians are doing a good job of creating self-sufficiency in these two towns.

But yes, show me how to fish and all that......

posted by benzinha on October 20, 2009 at 8:24 PM | link to this | reply

"Mis Amores"? Sure it's a B abd B??

I am always curious about how local folks respond to Americanos coming into their midst. I imagine what it wolud be like if a wave of energetic hyper effieicnt Swedes moved into America an started running our civil service, schools, clinics, gymnasiums...

A longtime friend had her bubble burst by me, unfortunately. Her church for years had sent teams of a couple adults and some kids to somewhere in Mexico where they showed the locals how to make these substantial haybale houses.

"How many have the local folks built on thier own?", I asked.

Lucky they still like me.

posted by majroj on October 20, 2009 at 9:53 AM | link to this | reply

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