Posts by Ryan Donner

How Do I Move to Mexico

How to Move to Mexico

How Do I Move to Mexico? Understanding The Basics Mexico is rich in cultural history, and it’s a beautiful place to live. Today, it has a high level of development, and all of the amenities you could expect in your home country, whether you live in America or elsewhere in the English-speaking world. In addition,…

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Ryan’s Real Estate Review: Episode 4

In the latest installment of Ryan’s Real Estate Review, we look at three different pre-construction developments in Puerto Vallarta Mexico. They span from Old Town also known as Zona Romantica to 5 de Diciembre to the Hotel Zone. Avida is located in Old Town and features ADA compliant spaces and condos. CR1275 is located in…

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Ryan’s Real Estate Review: Pier 57

This is a special episode of Ryan’s Real Estate Review. In this episode I interviewed Ariel Grunwald, the developer of Pier 57 and asked him to explain what makes Pier 57 a unique addition to the Puerto Vallarta skyline.

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Ryan’s Real Estate Review: Episode 3

This is the third episode of Ryan’s Real Estate Review! People always ask me about the investment opportunities in Puerto Vallarta, so in this episode we feature three investment properties! These range from a small affordable building near the cruise terminal to a massive multi-unit building near Plaza Caracol. Be sure to subscribe for updates…

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Puerto Vallarta Real Estate Market Indicators

Puerto Vallarta Real Estate Trend Lines

There are many ways to measure a market. By all indications the real estate market in Puerto Vallarta is booming. Sales volumes are on the rise, average sales price is remaining stable, and there are strong housing starts (http://ryandonner.com/2017-real-estate-market-summary/). But when you employ more advanced trend-measuring tools to analyze the market, they reveal that the…

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How to Save Money on your Real Estate Sale in Mexico

Modern Apartment View

It is very common for real estate in Mexico to be sold “furnished,” especially in Puerto Vallarta and other resort cities. While it has been common practice to include the furniture, appliances, art, and other goods under a single price for the property, this practice actually is financially harmful to both the buyer and seller…

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