What Rights Do I Have as a Buyer of Mexican Real Estate?




A buyer of Mexican real estate holds the same rights as a property owner in the U.S., including the right to enjoy, sell, rent, improve the property, etc. This ownership is acquired through a fideicomiso or bank trust. The Bank Trust is a legal substitute for fee simple ownership (as is ownership in the U.S.), but the Trustee is the legal holder of the property. The rights to the property may also be transferred to a third party or passed on to named heirs. Sometimes, the property being purchased is already held in a trust. If this is the case, the buyer has the option of assuming that trust or having the property vested in a new trust...

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