Property Management

marybna

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#3
I have used Seaside for over ten years. They are quick to respond and were very helpful in helping me with immigration and the new bank accounts.
 

El Gato

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#5
Our kids use Castaways and have been very pleased. One thing, Castaways has always made sure that all the Mexican laws are followed - no getting in trouble with the Hacienda over unpaid taxes or reports not filed.
 
#6
Although keeping up to date with immigration and hacienda is a good benefit of using the property companies, do not know if all offer that service, I would suggest also to look into HOW GOOD they are with the up-keeping and maintenance of the property, specially if the property is part of the rental pool, as my personal experience with Seaside was very bad and I would not recommend them, repairs were not made and if made they were done VERY poorly and charged an arm and a leg for them!!
 

apricot

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#7
Although keeping up to date with immigration and hacienda is a good benefit of using the property companies, do not know if all offer that service, I would suggest also to look into HOW GOOD they are with the up-keeping and maintenance of the property, specially if the property is part of the rental pool, as my personal experience with Seaside was very bad and I would not recommend them, repairs were not made and if made they were done VERY poorly and charged an arm and a leg for them!!
I agree with you. Our experience with Seaside was very bad as well. We are much happier now that we have taken our unit out of the rental pool.
 
#8
After our experience, we almost started a property management company in RP as we found a lot of people, then and now, that are very unhappy with their management co. but we started another business in Tucson, which am happy as it is taking off in a crazy way, but who knows we just love to punish ourselves and start it anyway!!
Another thing is that getting all your visas and hacienda paperwork is easy and now a days you can even do it in the internet and go to the office only once at the end of the process for your signature

I agree with you. Our experience with Seaside was very bad as well. We are much happier now that we have taken our unit out of the rental pool.
 
#9
After our experience, we almost started a property management company in RP as we found a lot of people, then and now, that are very unhappy with their management co. but we started another business in Tucson, which am happy as it is taking off in a crazy way, but who knows we just love to punish ourselves and start it anyway!!
Another thing is that getting all your visas and hacienda paperwork is easy and now a days you can even do it in the internet and go to the office only once at the end of the process for your signature
Hi! Could you help me out with the hacienda and permanent resident papers, please? Where did you find them online?I've been looking all day for better information on permanent visa's in RP Sonora. It seems rules are a bit different there than other parts of Mexico. Like, certain places are a free zone for registering your car and others aren't. Thank you!
 
#10
Hi! Could you help me out with the hacienda and permanent resident papers, please? Where did you find them online?I've been looking all day for better information on permanent visa's in RP Sonora. It seems rules are a bit different there than other parts of Mexico. Like, certain places are a free zone for registering your car and others aren't. Thank you!
This is the website for the Mexican Immigration, http://www.inm.gob.mx/ last time I went to the office in RP they told me that now everything is done in the net and once the paperwork is done you get your appointment and go to the office basically to sign your new card, which they will give you on the spot, if you are not bilingual then that is the place you need to start, by learning spanish, otherwise you will become another fraud statistic, the funny part is that more likly you might get ripped off by an american more than a mexican.

Lets face it, no matter where you go, if you are planning to stay for an undetermined period of time the best thing is to learn the language of the country you are in, even if you thing most of the people speaks your language!!!
 
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