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Types of Property Title in Mexico

Ejidal

Ejido titles are very simple and usually only consist of one or two pages. This is the only type of title we cannot promote for sale. In order for us to sell this type of property, you will need to escalate your title to Titulo de Propiedad by going through the ejido and CORETT. You can only sell your property to other Ejidatarios. As a buyer, you will not find this type of property listed in the Vallarta MLS or in the AMPI Flex MLS system because it cannot be sold to foreigners.
Ejidal

Titulo de Propiedad

This title is the first private title since being converted from an ejido title. Titulo de propiedad gives you the ability to sell the property to anyone including foreigners. We can promote this property for sale.

Titulo de Propiedad

Contract

A contract is generally for a piece of property that does not currently have a deed such as a pre-construction condo. It could also be for time-share. We have to review each contract on a case by case basis to see if we can promote it for sale. Another type of contract is a business listing, where you are selling the business assets in Spanish this is called a Trespaso.

Escritura

The most common form of title is an escritura. This deed can range from several pages to many pages depending on the property. This is the easiest title to work with because it is the most complete. In Puerto Vallarta only Mexican nationals can own property through an escritura because Puerto Vallarta is located within the restricted zone.

Escritura

Fideicomiso

A fideicomiso is a trust that holds the prroperty title. This is especially useful for non-Mexican nationals who want to own property within the restricted zone. It is a very clean way of owning property and provides a lot of benefits. We promote this type of title all the time especially here in Puerto Vallarta.

Fideicomiso

Do you have a property you want to sell? Fill out the property form on the seller page.

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