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Real Estate & Rentals / Re: do we need to rent before we come?
« Last post by Access Admin on October 09, 2014, 07:09:04 AM »
Dear Nina,

3 month rentals are usually very hard to find, since most people try to rent for long term leases. You should be able to find something while you are here for shorter term, not everything is laways rented and there are always a few properties available.
Real Estate & Rentals / do we need to rent before we come?
« Last post by Nina Herrick on October 08, 2014, 12:48:05 PM »
My husband and I are coming to Ajijic around Jan. 1 to build our house. I have had no luck finding a rental 3 mos. in advance. Can we just find one when we arrive, or will everything be rented by then?
Where can I find more information on it here.Where can I find more information on it here.
Moving & Retirement / Re: Military Vets
« Last post by excuxiib on September 03, 2014, 08:47:06 PM »
I will find out more on the web right now.
Legal & Immigration / tourist visa
« Last post by Brophy03 on July 05, 2014, 10:12:03 AM »
I entered Mexico on a 180 day tourist visa.  Can I come and go as many times as I need to?  I have already gone back to the U.S. once and will have to go again soon.  I am only in the U.S. for a week at a time before returning to Mexico.  I don't want to be prevented from entering Mexico.  I have someone caring for my dogs when I leave.
Lake Chapala & Ajijic / Communications and TV around Lake Chapala
« Last post by kencarter on June 29, 2014, 08:01:43 AM »
I am currently in Costa Rica.  When we came down two months ago, we had the forethought to bring with us our Apple TV plus an HDMI lead.  We plugged it into the TV at the apartment we are renting and BINGO, we had our Netflix etc. and have enjoyed watching our TV down here and all sorts of great stuff we enjoyed at our homes in Canada and the US.

We also have two MagicJacks with Dedicated tel #'s, one for our Canadian family and friends and the other for our US friends to contact us on.  They work great down here.  It is the same at Lake Chapala?  i.e. can you get Netflix or make an apple TV work there.  I am sure the magicjack is fine all you need it wifi. But how strong and dependable is wifi there?

Appreciate any info you can supply.  Thanks a lot in advance.
I am thinking of checking out the area.  I fly to Panama for two months tomorrow from Costa Rica where we have spent two months checking it out down here.  Not for us. - way too expensive, so after Panama, if it is also not for us, I would like to get an idea as to the prices of rentals in and around the Lake.  Anyone direct me to a place with a reasonable amount of information/pictures etc.
Moving & Retirement / Re: Bars on doors and windows
« Last post by kencarter on June 29, 2014, 07:12:50 AM »
If you have travelled extensively in Mexico, Central or South America, you will have noticed that Bars on doors and windows is just a way of life.  It's done as naturally as you putting in Screens to keep mosquitos out.  Yes, there's petty crime - there is everywhere, so I would not be too concerned about the subject matter in your post.
General Discussion / obtaining mexican auto insurance
« Last post by ken miner on June 06, 2014, 01:36:01 PM »
What is the best Mexican insurance company to obtain auto insurance before we head across the border.
Real Estate & Rentals / B&B or hotels allowing small dogs
« Last post by ken miner on June 06, 2014, 12:22:46 PM »
We are planning on retiring to Lake Chapala or in the area this year. Therefore, we will be needing a place to stay until we find our main place. But we have two small dogs that are part of our family. I need some help in the matter.


Ken ::)
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