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Jeffrey Hodgins
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Note: Americans may only lease these properties for 30 years maximum by law. If you are Mexican you can buy these properties.
I am pleased to offer treed properties in Mexico for sale or lease. The first property is located in the state of Puebla it mesures 2400 m more or less thats about half an acre. The price is $300 per year or $4000 to buy it. It is planted with 20 walnut trees, plumbs, pears, tejocotes, figs, agaves and nopales. The next property is in the state of Yucatan it has 55000 m of surface about 13 acres. Ten acres are planted with mango, dragon fruit, Spanish lime, jocote and much more. The price is $3000 per year or $30 000 to buy it. For more info contact me by phone only (905) 682-9594.

If anyone is interested in this land I can also supply you with a lot of the plants and seeds you would need to fill in between the trees.
 
Xisca Nicolas
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Are you planning to stay in Ontario only?
 
Kc Grant
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Hey, I was wondering if those properties were still avail. What is the water source? And can you tell me to what cities/towns they are closest too.

Thanks
Kc
 
Rick LaJambe
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Are these properties still available? Where are they and do you have any photos to share?
 
Brian Fey
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For those people who might be wondering...
It is possible for foreigners to own land in Mexico.

It is only within 50 kilometers of the coastline or 100 kilometers from the border that there are restrictions.
The current president is proposing that foreigners also be allowed to own land on the coast.

I own 83 acres in the highlands of Micoacan.
 
Miles Flansburg
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Hey Brian, welcome to permies! So can you give more info to the folks who posted above?
 
Brian Fey
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I cannot provide any information about those properties since I have nothing to do with them.

There are quite a few large and small parcels of land near where I live near Patzcuaro. I keep a list of properties to help people who come to the area and are looking for land. Property owners sometimes ask me if I know anyone who would like to buy their land.


Here is more information regarding foreigners owning land in Mexico:

http://www.quora.com/Mexico/Can-foreigners-own-land-in-Mexico/answer/Brian-Fey
 
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