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Private Home in Almar
Great property in Gated Community – Minutes to Cerritos Beach!
Beautiful home nestled in the gated community of Almar Residencial. A private gated community just a few minutes from the beaches, shopping centers, hospitals, schools, and other points of interest.
Excellent corner lot location with easy access to the common area pool and tropical walking paths.
Easy access with a bedroom or additional family room on the main floor, large patio, 3 bedrooms upstairs each with its own private bathrooms.
- 4 Bedrooms / 4 Full Bathrooms
- Land-133 m2 / 1431sq/ft
- Construction – 163m2 / 1754 sq/ft
- Price Offered at $275,000 USD
- Price offered unfurnished
- Laundry upstairs
- Granite counter tops in integrated Kitchen
- Stainless Steel Appliances
Top 10 Tips To Moving To Mexico by: Kristen Decker
Learn more about this great opportunity with Mazatlan4Sale and talk with one of our friendly agents about how this can be your next home.
#1 – Get your Mexican residency
#2 – Learn as much about Mexico as you can.
#3 – Rent before you buy
#4- Don’t bring your furniture
#5- Don’t bring your car
#6- Get Health Insurance
#7- Get a Mexican cell number
#8- Open a Mexican bank account
#9- Hire people to help you get things done
#10- Start studying Spanish now
Quote by Karen Sloan
Did You Know?
By: Lionne Decker
Outline of Condominium Law
The best advice I can give today is that condo owners in Mexico should learn the laws to protect their rights. For example, the Civil Code of Sinaloa provides a comprehensive description of what condominium ownership means, and how owners can protect their interests.
In my experience, a number of buyers do not take the time to learn the ins and outs of this body of law. Knowledge of the rules and regulations benefits owners. This specific code protects the interests of the condominium ownership as a whole. It is a mistake to assume that the rules and laws for condominiums in the States are the same as in Mexico
Let’s go through some basics of the condominium civil code. The code defines a condominium regime legally and imposes responsibilities and limitations of ownership.
Each condominium unit represents a percentage of the total individual ownership as well as a percentage of the undivided common areas.
The developer has to establish a condo regime legally and obtain authorization from the city. The public document, which becomes the condominium regime that sets out the rules and regulations for the owners, includes: a description of the buildings, the project specifications, the floor plans of the individual units and area in meters, the percentages of individual units in relation to the whole, and the amount of common area in meters and the percentage of common area owned by each unit. In some cases, parking spaces are deeded.
When the building is finished, a certificate of completion is issued. The city requires a warranty from the builder that he will finish the building. This requirement of a warranty has the builder sign a promissory note to the city.
Most of us know that the condo regime also sets out the rules and regulations for the owners to abide by. The owners may amend the rules and regulations, if they are not in conflict with the civil code, as long as the prescribed procedures for changing are followed. The rights of the owners to use the common areas, within the described purposes, is as essential as the owners’ rights to enjoy their private area.
The most fundamental responsibility of the individual owner is to pay his maintenance fees.
The condominium will have an administrator appointed in the original regime, who can serve for a period of one year, or when the owners hold their first annual meeting. At this meeting, the owners can appoint their own administrator. The meeting in which the administrator is appointed should be notarized. This gives the administrator an official, legal identity to perform his/her duties. A power of attorney is given to the administrator. An administrator can be an individual or a corporation.
Some of the duties of the administrator are to:
1. Abide by the resolutions taken by the owners at their annual ordinary and extra-ordinary meetings.
2. Follow and enforce the resolutions of the administrative committee.
3. Manage the daily operations of the building and to authorize expenses for maintenance and administration.
4. Collect dues and fees approved by the association, and to keep a record of all income and expenses.
5. Keep the minutes of all the meetings.
6. Provide financial reporting to the owners who request it, after every quarter.
These reports include not only income and expenses, but accounts receivable. Accounts receivable include the list of owners who are behind in their dues and fees. The report should also give the cash balance available.
The executive board, or the administrative committee is comprised of owners or residents who serve with the permission of the owners. The members must be current in their maintenance fees.
This board has the responsibility to:
1. Represent the homeowners in all matters of common interest. They are given a judicial and administrative power of attorney to act for the owners.
2. See that the administrator fulfills his/her duties.
3. Meet with the administrator a minimum of once a month to receive a report on the status of the condominium.
4. Verify the accounting records.
5. Revise the maintenance fees and the reserve funds.
6. Assist the administrator in assuring that all homeowners fulfill their obligations.
7. Report in the annual general meeting the business that has been done during the prior year and also report on the general and financial conditions of the building.
8. Authorize any agreements to allow a third party the use of the common areas.
9. Authorize, when appropriate, the administrator to issue specific powers of attorney to other individuals who will further represent the condominium. These people may be attorneys or accountants or other professionals representing the condominium as a group.
Easy Vegan Recipes
Mexican bean and corn wrap
- 50g vegan sour cream
- 1 wrap
- 1 wrap
- 1 wrap
- Handful of baby spinach leaves
- 100g drained tinned black beans
- 75g drained tinned sweet corn kernels
- 4–5 pickled jalapeno slices, finely chopped
- Salt and pepper, to taste;
1. Spread the sour cream over the wrap. Roughly mash the avocado and lime juice together. Top the wrap with spinach, beans, corn, and jalapeño. Dot the avocado mix over the top. Season with salt and pepper.
2. Roll up and secure the wrap.
This classic combination of black beans, corn, and avocado with the spice of jalapeños is a powerhouse of flavors – and filling, too! If you love coriander, feel free to add a handful to make this even more Mexican.
2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms
Common Area Pool
A/C in all the rooms
Full Kitchen w/ all cooking appliances & cookware
Washer / Dryer
Fresh Linens and Towels
Smart TV & Internet
Stunning Views of Mazatlán, and Surrounding Area!
1 King Bed / 1 Queen Murphy Bed off the Living Room / 2 Bath
$2750 USD / Monthly ( Nov 1st – April 30th)
$2250 USD / Monthly ( May 1st – Oct 30th)
Walk Score = 75
1 King Bedroom / 1 Queen Murphy Bed off the Living Room / 2 Bathroom
$2750 USD / Monthly ( High Season November 1 to April 30)
$2250 USD / Monthly ( Low Season May 1 to October 30)
If you’re looking for a Mexican Colonial experience with an ocean view as far as the eye can see, then this condo awaits you.
Step outside of your condo to the world famous Malecon and ocean, the longest Malecon and beachfront in the world…Stroll or cycle this beautiful promenade and the Pacific Ocean, feel the ocean breeze. Watch the cliff divers and view the amazing sunsets and other activities of the Malecon all from your balcony. Short and easy walk to the Plaza Machado, where you’ll find fine restaurants, bars, boutiques, art galleries and coffee shops . Visit the local market and fish market and cook up fresh daily catch from the ocean.
Go for a swim or relax by your infinity pool with spectacular views and amazing sunsets.
Your condo sleeps 4 people max, with a kings bed and a Queen size Murphy bed. This condo offers Mexican style decor with a fully equipped kitchen, 2 -3 piece bathrooms with showers. For your comfort this condo is equipped with 2 A/c, 4 fans and hurricane shutter for peace and quiet. and in suite laundry.
We use disinfectants approved by global health agencies to help prevent the spread of COVID-19
We wore protective equipment, like a mask and gloves, while cleaning
Each room was cleaned using extensive cleaning checklists
Cleaning Supplies On Hand:
We provide extra cleaning supplies, so you can clean as you stay
Every Surface Sanitized:
All high-touch surfaces have been sanitized, such as doorknobs, cabinets, and light switches
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