The Phukris Condominiums in Kamala, Phuket – and how to buy a investment home

The Phukris Condominiums in Kamala, Phuket – and how to buy a investment home

Ejido, Inspection Visit, Kamala, Phuket, Pre Construction, Project Management, Property Management, Thailand, Thailand
Thailand Property Wanting to buy a villa or condo in Thailand , one of the best around at the moment is The Phukris in Kamala, Phuket, but not certain as to how this is done. Well here you will find the basic breakdown of what needs to be done and how to buy condo in Thailand from PAH Holdings. First of all we recommend a good agent, we have had dealing with many agents in Phuket come and go, however Realty International Property are informative and are there to help. REALTY INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY Since you will be looking for property in a foreign country you need expert local assistance. We know how to communicate in Thai and they're familiar with the geographical area. Our agent will save you valuable time in selecting and…
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How to purchase Edijo Land without heartache

How to purchase Edijo Land without heartache

401k, Bank Accounts, Beachfront Lots, Ejido, Land for sale in puerto vallarta, Mexico, Money, News
Can I Buy Ejido Land? Yes, it is possible to safely purchase ejido land. However the process of purchasing ejido land is exact and it must be completed correctly. It is never recommended that anyone purchase ejido land without qualified legal assistance. Is it Safe? I’ve Heard Rumors. Yes! Purchasing ejido land is safe, however most investors are sure to hear a different story. Ejido horror stories have been broadcasted by investors that have failed to understand the importance of working with a qualified attorney. Most of these ‘horror stories’ seem to originate from Baja California, and date back to the mid 1990’s, just after the Mexican constitution was changed to allow for the privatization of ejido land. Unfortunately for investors, this was a time when the entire concept of…
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Understanding Capital Gains TAX in Mexico

Understanding Capital Gains TAX in Mexico

401k, Bank Accounts, Ejido, FAQ, Mexico, Money, News
Capital Gains Tax Capital gains tax law in Mexico states that tax is owed on the profit you receive when you sell your home or property. By law, you have two options when it comes to capital gains and you can use whichever is the better of the two options for you: 1. You pay 28 percent* of the net profit. (There are a variety of deductions included in this option.) 2. You pay 25 percent* of the gross sales amount with no deductions. Although a 28 percent capital gains tax may seem high, Mexico does have several laws and procedures that will assist you in maximizing your cost basis, thereby reducing your net profit and lowering your capital gains. The key is to understand these laws before you buy,…
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Manifesting my construction to save on Capital Gains Tax in Mexico

Manifesting my construction to save on Capital Gains Tax in Mexico

401k, Bank Accounts, Beachfront Lots, Ejido, FAQ, Land for sale in puerto vallarta, Mexico, Money, News
What is manifesting? Manifesting is simply recording the amount of money spent on a home’s construction or remodel, in order to add it to the Owners’ cost basis. Adding to your cost basis is the key to reducing your capital gains tax. Proper documentation and manifesting your construction are vital to building your new home. Why do I need to manifest my construction? When you sell your home, the manifested cost plus the cost of your lot stated in your trust (title), will be used to determine the basis for capital gains tax. If you have not manifested your construction, Mexican tax law will not recognize your construction costs and you will not be able to use them as a deductible expense. All of your receipts, cancelled checks and bank…
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The low down on Ejido Land and Land banking in Mexico

The low down on Ejido Land and Land banking in Mexico

Ejido, Land for sale in puerto vallarta, Mexico, News
The ejido is a Mexican concept not well understood by foreigners. What is an ejido, exactly? The word, pronounced ay-hee-do, is thought to be derived from the Latin exitus, meaning "the way out." Presumably ejidos got their name from being located at the outskirts of towns and cities, and they were, and some still are, small Mexican villages. The ejido is defined as a community that has joint ownership of a piece of land, lives on the land, and practices joint agriculture on it. While this was the original intention, and was once an accurate description of ejido activity, more and more ejidos today exist as land where no one lives and no agriculture takes place. The ejido was a concept practiced by the Aztecs. It has had a long…
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