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This Month’s Featured Property
Paradise at Villa de Rueda! This Luxurious 3 bedroom 4 baths custom-built estate is a dream home in a high-end community. Spanning over 9762 sq. ft (907 Sq. Mts), this magnificent residence graced by soaring ceilings and wall-to-wall windows is a haven for gazing at Mazatlan’s Beautiful Pacific Coast Ocean views from multiple vantage points. The grand entryway with a sweeping staircase draws you into a voluminous layout made for entertaining. This amazing 3-story home will take your breath away from the moment you walk in……..accompanied by an elegant formal dining room, a tremendous chef’s kitchen, den/family room with glass doors to the backyard, perfect for entertaining. The divine master suite presents high ceilings, grand windows, a terrace overlooking the water, and an opulent en suite bath will a soaking tub and separate glass shower. The lower level has a large entertainment room with a wet bar and an elevator shaft. Park your boat, cars, or any other fun doodads that you have in any one of the 3 garages.
Learn more about this great opportunity with Mazatlan4Sale and talk with one of our friendly agents about how this can be your next home.
Art Walk Golden Zone 2020-2021
BE OUR FEATURED ARTIST!
We cordially invite those of you who have experienced it and new artists to participate in this great event and liven up the cultural ambiance and attraction of the Golden Zone with talented local artists.
Exhibit, Sell, or Promote your Art.
All kinds of Art are Welcome: painting,
photography, ceramics, and more…
For registration or additional information contact us on the official page of Art Walk. Zona Dorada
BE OUR GUEST!
We cordially invite YOU to visit our special Art Walk Golden Zone oriented event hosted by Mazatlan4Sale! Next Season 2020-2021.
Oficial dates are:
Every Third Thursday!
Enjoy professional painters,
exquisite photography, original ceramics, jewelry, and more…
Charity Event and Free Margaritas!
For additional information follow us on the official page of Art Walk. Zona Dorada
New Members of the Mazatlan4Sale Team!
Adventurous by Nature!
Mazatlán has been home to me & family for 30 years!
I have a “CAN DO ANYTHING” attitude, and have been actively managing, developing, buying, and selling Real Estate for most of my professional life.
Looking forward to these NEW Adventures with Mazatlan4Sale, and sharing my knowledge and my passion for Mazatlán.
Joan Dean Ellison
Being a Team player comes easy… Joan Ellison has been a Realtor for 30+ years, as an Owner, a Broker, and a Salesperson.
A 42 year resident of Montana and a native of California, along with a 20-year love affair with Mazatlán, is a great combination of living in wonderful states and countries, a passion for travel mixed with good successful experience in Real Estate.
The business world is in her blood. The team of Mazatlan4Rent brought out the enthusiasm to join the team and be a part of Selling/Listing.
Staging And preparing homes for sale is an added expertise that Joan brings to Mazatlan4Sale.
3 adult children 4 grandchildren and her trusty pup, Stuart. Coming out of retirement was a decision not made easily, but happily.
WHOA! Hold on a minute, friend.
WE NEED YOUR OPINION!
Client’s Survey 2020!
Please help us complete this short survey, its ONLY 9 questions.
This will allow us, (Mazatlan4Sale, & Mazatlan4Rent) to be more prepared for the upcoming year.
Needless to say, we have had our challenges as every business here in beautiful Mazatlán has had.
We remain positive and busy enough to keep everyone in our office productive and working.
We are sincerely happy we have such a great team that works together through these multi-problem times.
If you would just give us an idea of what is happening in your world and your plans for the next season, we would appreciate it greatly.
The more we know, the better we can serve your needs.
Please click the link below to fill out this short survey.
We thank you in advance for your time.
Mazatlan4Sale / Mazatlán4rent Team!
Are U.S. or Canadian citizens required to quarantine when they come to Mexico? [No]
The Mexican government encourages people to continue respecting social distancing measures, washing their hands, and coughing or sneezing in the inner part of the elbow to prevent the spread of COVID-19. A variety of prevention measures can be found at https://coronavirus.gob.mx
For U.S. or Canadian citizens who have participated in higher-risk activities or think that they may have been exposed before or during a trip, the CDC encourages people to take the following extra precautions to protect others for 14 days after the arrival:
- Stay home as much as possible.
- Avoid staying around people at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19.
- Consider getting tested for COVID-19.
In the United States or Canada, quarantine requirements and recommendations may vary by location. Therefore, travelers should review an individual state’s entry requirements before traveling.
The symptoms of COVID-19 (such as fever, cough, headaches, throat pain, or constant sneezing) are very similar to other respiratory diseases. If you have mild symptoms, call your usual health care provider or the Mexican government’s hotline at 800 0044 800 or 55 5658 1111 in order to receive advice to determine whether to stay home or seek medical attention. If you or someone in your family has difficulty breathing, please go to the emergency room or call 911 immediately.
Individuals who were in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 and present symptoms of respiratory illness should follow the instructions above. It is advisable to remain in quarantine for 14 days to prevent spreading the disease to other people.
If you are experiencing fear, anxiety, or emotional isolation, please call the Mexican government’s hotline at 800 911 2000 for advice and support.
Are commercial flights operating? [Yes]
Is public transportation operating? [Yes]
Some states and municipalities have implemented additional transportation restrictions. Please see additional information on state-specific restrictions in the “Local Resources” section below.
Fines for Non-Compliance:
The consequences of non-compliance are not universal. Restrictions vary based on state and/or city. Please see the “Local Resources” section for specific information on fines, penalties, or other consequences below.
Nationwide Restrictions and Resources:
On June 1, the Mexican government began easing nationwide restrictions and started phasing in non-essential economic activities in some states and municipalities using a national “stoplight” system. The four metrics to determine the colors in the Mexican government’s stoplight system are the trend in numbers of new cases; hospital occupancy trends; current hospital occupancy rates; and percentage of positive cases. If one indicator is red, the whole state will be designated red. Schools in Mexico are closed.
One state is designated “red” under the federal stoplight system between August 31 and September 6 (Colima). Under red, only essential activities are allowed. Essential activities include the provision of medical services and supplies, grocery delivery services, operation of grocery stores, restaurant delivery and carryout services, assurance of public safety, maintenance of fundamental economic functions and government social programs, work in critical infrastructure, construction, and manufacturing of transportation equipment. Hotels are limited to 25 percent occupancy for guests working on critical activities. Parks are also limited to 25 percent occupancy.
Twenty-one states are designated “orange” under the federal system between August 31 and September 5 (Aguascalientes, Baja California, Baja California Sur, Coahuila, Durango, Guanajuato, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Mexico City, Mexico State, Morelos, Michoacán, Nayarit, Nuevo León, Puebla, Querétaro, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosí, Sinaloa, Yucatán, and Zacatecas). Under orange, hotels, restaurants, barbershops, open-air parks, and gyms are limited to 50 percent capacity. Markets and supermarkets will operate at 75 percent capacity. Additionally, shopping malls, churches, cinemas, theaters, museums, and cultural events will be limited to 25 percent capacity.
Ten states are designated “yellow” under the federal stoplight system between August 31 and September 6 (Campeche, Chiapas, Chihuahua, Guerrero, Oaxaca, Sonora, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala, and Veracruz). Under yellow, all work activities are permitted. Public space may open on a regular basis, while enclosed public spaces can open with reduced capacity. All activities should be carried out with basic prevention measures. People at higher risk of developing COVID-19 symptoms should continue to take extra precautions.
Individuals should practice good hygiene such as frequent hand washing and social distancing. Those not involved in essential activities should self-isolate at home. People over age 60 or with high-risk medical conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, compromised immune system, pregnant, or post-partum should self-isolate at home.
All electoral processes, censuses, and surveys are postponed until further notice. On March 26, the Mexican government suspended all but its essential activities. Individual agency heads designated the activities and personnel deemed essential.
Hotel guests in some areas may be subject to occupancy limits or asked to provide an employer letter certifying the essential nature of their business. Hotel guests showing respiratory symptoms will be referred to as health authorities. As a reminder, the U.S. government does not pay for lodging or other expenses incurred due to travel disruptions abroad.
Some states and municipalities have implemented additional restrictions on public gatherings, transportation, business operations, and government operations if health conditions warrant and/or developed separate stoplight systems from those at the federal level. Several states and municipalities have imposed curfews and movement restrictions on non-essential activities and have required citizens to wear masks when outside the home. In some areas, officials may issue fines and/or arrest and detain individuals found to be in violation of stay at home orders. Please see additional information on these restrictions and links to state COVID-19 websites in the “Local Resources” section below. This information is not comprehensive and is subject to change without notice. Please confirm directly with the government and other trusted sources for more information on closures and restrictions in different Mexican states and municipalities.
Call the Mexican Ministry of Health’s COVID-19 hotline at 800 0044 800 for information or medical attention. English language operators are sometimes, but not always, available.
Local telephone numbers for COVID-19 assistance in each state are available here: https://coronavirus.gob.mx/contacto/
U.S. or Canadian citizens in Mexico with questions about Mexican immigration policies should contact local immigration authorities for information.
Refer to the Ministry of Health’s COVID-19MX app that provides Spanish-language information about COVID-19 and local health care resources. It includes contact information for health care providers, an interactive diagnostic tool that analyzes reported symptoms, and advises whether or not to seek medical care, the location of the nearest health care facility, the latest news related to COVID-19, and advice on how to prevent the spread of the disease. The app is available via the Mexican iOS and Android stores.
Information about state and municipal level responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and links to the official state COVID-19 websites are below. Please note that the situation is rapidly changing and that the information provided here about local and state restrictions is subject to change without notice and may not be comprehensive.
Food Basket Round 7
Thank you for all the LOVE and SUPPORT we have had from everyone that has helped support our Food Basket Program.
We could not do this without you. A special Thanks to Helen Carroll who organized a Go Fund Me Page and raised almost $2000 Canadian for this program.
You have helped us successfully feed over 200 + families ( and counting) in need during this crisis.
We would like to suggest random acts of kindness to your maids or gardener or anyone who is around you and needs your support. It would be very appreciated in these difficult times.
If you need help getting money to someone or if you would like to donate towards helping us make more food baskets, let us know… we are doing everything we can to support our community. A little bit truly does go a long way here.
Each food baskets cost approximately $400 pesos each. In the US $400 pesos that’s $17.81 USD and Canadian = $24.10 CAN
Mazatlan4Sale / Mazatlan4Rent Team
Mazatlan will have a drive-in movie theater
The page was created on September 1, five days ago, and has already been liked by more than 13,285 people
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Mazatlán is preparing to live the experience of the first drive-in theater in the history of the port.
This is the Stellar Drive-in, which is already advertised on social networks and is causing a sensation.
“AutoCinema Estelar Mazatlán takes up in a creative and innovative way, a traditional and previously explored way of enjoying the 7th Art: The AutoCinema. With friends or family enjoy AutoCinema Estelar, a different way to enjoy the movies of the moment in the comfort of your vehicle. We are in favor of promoting healthy distraction and healthy coexistence, following the standards established by the federal health authorities “.
Will Cover YOU!!!
Thinking of selling or buying? Take advantage of a strong U.S. dollar / Canadian dollar to sell or purchase property in Mazatlan, Mexico.
Hasta Pronto in Mazatlan!
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