CELEBRATE THE GOOD LIFE !
Pristine Beaches, Warm Sea, Desert Mountains, Fresh Clean Air , Great Climate, Friendly people, A Life of Leisure, Play and Comfort with World Class Golf, Fishing, Water sports and Recreation.
Enjoy a quality of life at a price far less than it would cost you in the United States.
San Felipe, Baja is an ideal location for retirement, vacation property or just land banking We have it all -- 330 days of sunshine a year, 10 months of wonderful climate, an affordable quality of life with a live-in housekeeper for less than $1000/month, unspoiled beaches, 10,000 ft high desert mountains and the warm and beautiful turquoise blue Sea of Cortez.
You can build your custom beach home from only $75/sq. ft. A custom home site can be owned from only $27k with 10 year developer financing. Beachfront lots are also available.
A mere two hours or 123 miles south of the US border, San Felipe is fast becoming the premier Mexican location for people who are looking for an alternative lifestyle without having to give up their US comforts or medical options. San Felipe has all the amenities, including the new St. James Infirmary, a hospital that boasts modern diagnostic equipment, a competent staff of physicians, and prescription drugs for so much less.
And now the real estate door has flung wide open. Foreigners can own property in Mexico through a land bank trust called Fideicomiso. In 1997, the Mexican government, realizing its need for US dollars in as much as Americans want its pristine beaches, opened up the ownership of the restricted zone to foreigners through a land bank trust called the Fideicomiso. The Bank creates the trust, you own the trust. As Beneficiary and owner of the trust, you can own, sell, will, and inherit real estate, renewable every 50 years in perpetuity from one generation to another. You can enjoy the same rights of ownership as does a Mexican National. Consequently, First American Title and Stewart Title Insurance have begun insuring real estate property in Mexico.
Feel free to explore our site and find out why New York Times announced that the Baja land bank rush has begun.