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JULY 2015 NEWSLETTER

 

EL CANTIL PHB-S CASA LILIAN


South end of the island
2 Bedrooms
2Bathrooms
Open floor plan
View for miles across the Caribbean Ocean
Only 2 min walk to shops along the ocean
Private secure underground parking
Fully furnished and equipped Penthouse
Project offers a boat dock

Great investment property!

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North of downtown in newer residencial area
2 Bedrooms
2 1/2 Bathrooms
Open floor plan
Living room, Dining room & open Kitchen
Nice sitting area
Swimming pool and a palapa covered porch
Beautiful bougainvillea plants


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$325,000.00 USD

$250,000.00 USD


Last Month New Listings

LOT IXTAMA 3-4 CASA MARINA


South end of the island
Beautiful Sandy beachfront Lot
Next to Lot Ixtama 3-5 also for sale!
Lot goes from old Hwy to ocean located
between Paradise Beach Club and
Playa Mia Beach Club

A very exclusive location!

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1 Bedroom + Studio
1 Bathroom
Open floor plan
Apartment in back of the house
Only 3 blocks from the ocean
Beautiful Huaya tree


Great investment property!

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$975,000.00 USD

$115,000.00 USD


LOT PLAZA

VILLA BLANCA HOTEL LAS BRISAS 201

Rafael E. Melgar y Calle 31 Sur.

Gorgeous Caribbean Oceanfront Lot
Perfect for a Commercial condominum property
15 minute walking distance to Downtown

Located on the main coast road!

UNBELIEVABLY LOW
DEVELOPER'S PRICE!!
DON'T LET THIS ONE PASS YOU BY!

Lot size: 150,695 sq. feet
14,000+ m2

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COSTERA SUR KM 2.95 AV. REM

The hotel includes 50 rooms and suites,
two villas and a Penthouse.
All units are equipped with :
air conditioning ,ceiling fans,
refrigerators, wireless internet,
satellite TV, telephone and sunken tubs.
Very comfortable Ocean view hotel to stay in!

Please see
www.villablanca.net for more description

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3 bedroom furnished
3.5 baths
Laundry room
Spacious long balcony across the entire front
Living/dining/kitchen area.
Only condominium on the north end
with a sandy walk in beach.

Great for kids!!

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NEW REDUCED FROM $1,999,000.00 USD TO $1,780,000.00 USD

NEW REDUCED FROM $4,000,000.00 USD TO $3,500,000.00 USD

NEW REDUCED FROM $510,000.00 USD TO
$460,000.00 USD
LOT JEANIE CASA MAMAYA PALMAS REALES 1C

25 AV. C between Calle 19 y 21 Sur.

A very large plot of land
1 kilometer off the new highway
Across from San Francisco Beach Club
A well, a beautiful iron gate, and a palapa
Lot Size: 100 meters x 1000 meters =
100,000 square meters / 10 hectares or 25 acres


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CALLE 11 AT AV. 80 BIS

4 Bedrooms Large home
3 1/2 Bathrooms
Large kitchen, Dining room, living room
Plus a bonus room or studio upstairs
Fully Furnished
Beautiful view of the pool and garden
from the arched balconies and terraces
Well maintained pool
Large yard 28m x 24m = 672 m2

OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE

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North Coast Hotel Zone

Spacious 3 Bedroom Condo
Located directly on Ocean
Condo is up one level from the Lobby & pool
Spectaclular view
Furnished with high end, quality furnishing
Excellent luxury vacation rental property
Large Terrace

2600 square feet!

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NEW REDUCED TO
$189,000.00 USD

NEW REDUCED FROM $435,000.00 USD TO $299,000.00 USD

NEW REDUCED FROM $499,000.00 USD TO $485,000.00 USD

VILLA FONTAN
CASA MOET CASA ORYON

15 AV between Calle 12 n and 14 N

Best residential area in Cozumel
Cluster of 5 homes that offer
Three 2 bedroom units with 2 bathrooms
All complete with outside terrace & laundry rooms
Two 1 bedroom units with 1 bathroom
All w/ Living rooms, Kitchens, and A/C
Very nice Caribbean architectural


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25 Av. C #10 between Calle 21 and 23 South

2 Bedrooms 2 Levels
2 Baths
Open Concept layout
Fully equipped Kitchen
New front gates
Outdoor patio has a heated jacuzzi

Fully Furnished

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20 Av. Bis #398 esquina Calle 23 Sur

2 Bedrooms
2 Full Bathrooms
Living, dining, bar, kitchen combo
Laundry room
Large front porch

Fully Furnished
Lot Size: 15 x 18 = 270 m2 or 2,970 s.f.

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NEW REDUCED FROM $645,000.00 USD TO $550,000.00 USD

NEW REDUCED FROM $150,000.00 USD TO $130,000.00 USD

NEW REDUCED FROM $160,000.00 USD TO $130,000.00 USD

 

LAS VENTANAS 101A
LAS VENTANAS 102C
COSTA DEL SOL 6A
7TH HEAVEN
-SOLD-
-SOLD-
-SOLD-
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CASA GREEN BROWN
CARIBE MEXICANA 13-14&13-15
VILLA DEL SOL #3
VILLA ROSADA
-UNDER CONTRACT-
-UNDER CONTRACT-
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-UNDER CONTRACT-
CARIBE SUNSET PENTHOUSE # 5
-UNDER CONTRACT-


CASA MARAVILLA CASA FRANCO PIJIJI

$17,500 pesos/$1200 USD+ utilities per month
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$1400 USD/ long term (1yr) rental
$1800 USD/mo is short term

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$475.00 USD Monthly
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APARTMENT SKY CAPRIS APARTMENTS CASA LOS ARCOS
$650 USD + UTILITIES- Month
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$5,000.00 Pesos/ $7,000.00 Pesos Monthly
$350.00 USD to $480.00 USD

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$1,200.00 USD Monthly
*Available May 2015*
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Costa Del Sol D4
VACATION RENTAL
• 3 BDRM / 3½ BATH
• Panoramic Sea View
• Close to Major Dive Reefs
• Dive Boat Pickup on Site
• Beachfront Community
• Oceanfront Infinity Freshwater Pool
• Community Oceanfront Jacuzzi
• Fully Air-conditioned • Ceiling Fans
• Gourmet Kitchen
• DVD Player • CD Player
• Maid Service (optional)
• Satellite TV • Internet Wireless, wi-fi Access
• Free Phone Service to U.S. & Canada
• Linens and towels included (except beach towels)
• Bedding: 2 kings, 1 queen, double sleeper sofa
• Maximum Occupancy: 8 guests
• No Smoking (Smoking on terraces only)

Contact us for more details!




Keep an eye out of our new Brochure!!
Stop by our office or any of the listed locations to pick your copy up:

-Studio Blue -Coffee Bean - Zermatt -Panchos Backyard
-Kinta -Rock And Java , Oasis Animal Hospital -La Casa del Mojito -Al Pie Del Carbon Restaurants I & II - Starbucks -Costa del Sol D4- Aldora Dive Shop - Jeanies Waffle house- Dentist Erives .

Mexico listed in the 2015's Top places to Retire!

One of the world’s best expat havens lies just south of the border, proving that you don’t have to traverse the globe to find your own piece of paradise. Due to its proximity to the U.S., the comforts of home are never far away in Mexico. English is widely spoken in expat havens (though Spanish will help tremendously) and U.S. food, products, and sports are also popular.

“In Mexico I can get almost anything I could get back home, between the U.S. chain stores and the local shops and markets plus I can get all the wonderful local specialties,” says IL Editor Glynna Prentice. “The big difference is the prices. Tickets to a top-notch concert may cost me $8 or even less…and I can walk to the concert hall through a beautiful colonial city. I can buy a week’s worth of groceries for $15 or $20, and I don’t know anyone who pays more than a few hundred dollars a year in property taxes.”Established expat havens in communities such as Puerto Vallarta and San Miguel de Allende ease the integration process, while excellent property can still be found for far less than you’d pay in the States. In communities where expats flock, health care is as good as what you’d expect at home, but delivered at a much lower cost, leaving you with plenty of money in your wallet to enjoy the innumerable activities and cultural treasures this large and diverse country has to offer.

From the pristine beaches of Puerto Vallarta and the scenic streets of San Miguel de Allende to the Mayan ruins of the Yucatán, Mexico has it all.This country can cater to a wide range of tastes—whether you’re in search of a quiet getaway or on the hunt for adventure. The country’s large size also affords it a diverse range of climates to accommodate every tolerance of heat, humidity, and rainfall. Good Internet and infrastructure can be found throughout most of the country, and Mexico’s famed cuisine is another much-loved plus. Regular flights to and from the U.S. are also a distinct advantage…or you could drive home if so inclined.

AMAZON COMING SOON TO MEXICO?

After weeks of rumors in e-commerce circles in Mexico, the online retail giant Amazon may soon expand its presence here beyond e-books and Kindle readers.

Analysts say Amazon’s arrival in Mexico could serve to revolutionize some aspects of the e-commerce sector: rapid electronic payments in a country that is still to a large degree unbanked, the logistics of delivery and the quality of service to the consumer. Improvements in those areas could help detonate the growth of e-commerce.

“Amazon has raised the bar in the market for Internet purchases by controlling in a massive way the delivery times of its products and its customer service,” said Yory Wurmser of the consultancy eMarketer. “It has a clear determination to meet the demands of consumers.” The company, which enjoys about 20% of Internet–based sales in the U.S., is known to invest heavily in customer service, for which it is prepared to lose money.

Mexico is not a highly-developed market for Internet sales. The Mexican Internet Association (Amipci) says sales in 2014 were just US $11 billion while in the U.S. they were over $305 billion.

But last year’s sales were up 34% over 2013, growth that is expected to continue.
Companies such as the Argentinian firm MercadoLibre, Rocket Internet’s Livio, Walmart, Costco and Liverpool will be Amazon’s chief competitors. Walmart, Mexico’s largest retailer, has invested heavily in its e-commerce platform since 2013 — 3.4 billion pesos in total (US $218 million) — and is expected spend another 2.4 billion pesos this year.

In the long run what this all means boils down to good news for consumers. “They will have better prices, better selection, better delivery and better service,” says Michelle Grant of the consultancy Euromonitor. “Amazon is one of those companies that has a strong commitment to its customers . . . .” It operates with a long-term vision and it’s clear that making a profit for its investors is not important, she said.

- See more at: http://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/amazon-expected-to-announce-new-site/?utm_source=fb&utm_medium=fb&utm_campaign=amazon-mexico#sthash.X9Xzcb8O.dpuf

 

Wind power: Huge Expansion Forecast

 

Wind energy in Mexico is expected to attract annual investment of US $2 billion during the next 25 years, becoming the most important sector in the country’s energy industry and the main source of large-scale renewable energy by 2033, surpassing hydroelectric. These investments will more than double the installed capacity of Mexico’s electrical power sector, going from 66 gigawatts in 2014 to 152 gigawatts in 2040. By then, renewable energy sources will be generating two-thirds of the country’s electricity. For investors, wind power generation in Mexico is attractive due to its low cost, says Bloomberg new energy finance analyst Lilian Alves, which today compares to that of natural gas. “The demand for power in Mexico is expected to grow, on average, 2% per year until 2040, which is interesting because projections for other regions, like the U.S. and Europe, show a stabilization in power demand, and even a slight decrease,” said Alves. “The country has many resources for power generation, and the potential for the power generation industry to grow.”

- See more at: http://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/wind-investments-50bn-over-25-years/#sthash.cQV3Qz5X.dpuf

 

 

4th of July in Cozumel

If you are in Cozumel during the 4th of July you will be pleased to know that Cozumel will be hosting their annual 4th of July festival. Tourists, locals and the island's American community are looking forward to a special event downtown that will include live music, local crafts and plenty of food and drink.

 

 

 

Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans July 17th - July 26th

It is an innovative project of urban art that was created by members of a nonprofit organization from Hawaii known as PangeaSeed, international artists provide support to the streets of the world showing the beauty and the plight the oceans are facing through art and activism: Artivism . World-renowned artists , will create large-scale public murals on the island of Cozumel in which educational efforts will join with the community focusing on the serious environmental situations currently facing the oceans , promoting long- term importance of sustainability in the natural resources.

http://www.cozumel.travel/about/events.cfm?show=110

 

Cozumel Living has relocated & have a new number!

NEW MX# : 869-0476 but please remember our US# 214-230-6601 that we can be reached at M-F 9 to 5 and Sat. 9 to 1 pm.

Come check out our new office, we are still located at the same address but next door to the old office!



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July weather in Cozumel

Daily highs and lows consist of highs around 93 degrees and lows at 85 degrees. With the heat of the summer upon us there are a few extra steps to take to keep you healthy.

1. Drink plenty H20
2. Keep Sunblock applied or light clothing to protect from the intense UV rays!
3. Stay inside or in the water between 2pm-5pm to stay cool.

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