Mexico Real Estate

Mexico Real Estate

The primary buyers for real estate in Mexico are, of course, Mexicans. But there is a thriving real estate market as well for Americans and Canadians that either live in the country full time, or enjoy escaping colder northern temperatures during the winter by having a second home in Mexico.

The most popular beach destinations for Americans and Canadians are Los Cabos/Baja, Cancun/Riviera Maya and Puerto Vallarta/Riviera Nayarit. There are other regions that are popular, but these three tend to dominate the market. Not only are their expat communities larger, but there are also more airlift links to major cities in Canada and the U.S.A. Within the interior of the country San Miguel Allende and Lake Chapala (just outside of Guadalajara) are definitely the most popular areas for Canadians and Americans.

Mexico Real Estate Puerto Vallarta

In the U.S. and Canada people are used to using a MLS system (multiple listing service) to find the home or property they may be looking for. Unfortunately the MLS system has been very difficult to establish in Mexico. Only two regions have managed to do so, and have been operating successfully for more than thirty years.

For the Los Cabos/Baja region the MLS can be accessed at It covers basically all the communities at the end of the Baja Peninsula and nearly all real estate agencies are part of the system.

For the Puerto Vallarta/Riviera Nayarit regions the MLS can be accessed right here at It covers the market for Puerto Vallarta, Costalegre, the interior around Mascota, and along the coastline of Riviera Nayarit. And most real estate agencies and developers are part of this MLS system.

Another interesting aspect of these two market places are that both sell real estate in U.S. dollars, at least the real estate that caters more to tourism real estate. These are two markets that have been working with Canadians and Americans for many years, quite successfully, and have many professional experienced real estate agencies and agents to choose from, who speak both English and Spanish.

Mexico Real Estate Properties

Foto de Vista Natura Casa 37 PALMA
$333,835 usd

Vista Natura Casa 37 Palma

Nuevo Vallarta


Foto de Vista Natura Casa 41 PALMA
$333,835 usd

Vista Natura Casa 41 Palma

Nuevo Vallarta


Foto de Vista Natura Casa 31 PALMA
$299,447 usd

Vista Natura Casa 31 Palma

Nuevo Vallarta


Foto de Vista Natura Casa 42 PALMA
$333,835 usd

Vista Natura Casa 42 Palma

Nuevo Vallarta


Foto de Vista Natura Casa 29 AMAPA
$427,988 usd

Vista Natura Casa 29 Amapa

Nuevo Vallarta


4 Bedrooms
4 Baths
190 m2 Land
Foto de Garza Bay Departamento 18 (Tipo C)
$452,652 usd

Garza Bay Departamento 18 (Tipo C)

Nuevo Vallarta


3 Bedrooms
3.5 Baths
203 m2 Construction

Mexico Real Estate News

Mexico, News, Riviera Nayarit

La Lancha Beach Reopened to the Public

A Nayarit beach in Punta de Mita, and that has long been a favorite surf break for locals and tourists, was closed to the public in 2016 but has now been reopened by the federal government.

Blog, Mexico

Government Auction for Confiscated Real Estate Properties

The Mexican government held an auction on June 23rd for 27 real estate properties that had been confiscated by the government, primarily properties previously held by narco-trafficers.

Mexico, Retirement

Another Kind of “Surge” at the Border

A recent report by ABC News discusses a different type of "surge" at the border, one that may not be as visible, but it's been happening over the last few years. They discuss the record number of U.S. citizens who are moving to Mexico to retire.

Mexico, News, Retirement

Friendliest Country for Expats? Mexico!

The expat network Internations does a survey each year amongst its members, ranking countries on a number of criteria,.


Mexico Top Country for Real Estate Affordablity recently posted an article, (and it was re-featured in USA Today), which looked at real estate data from 36 developed.

Blog, Mexico

Report on Canada-Mexico Relations

A new report by the Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) calls on Canada and Mexico to chart a new path of crucial North American renewal and prosperity through greater cooperation and strengthened relations between the two countries.