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A talk with Parrish Kondra, who's been busy at the beach with Caban Condos: Tell us about yourself. Where are you from and what...
When shopping around for land in the countryside or on the coast, many newcomers to Yucatán come across opportunities to purchase real estate labeled...
https://youtu.be/ad4FciR5bwo Casa DD, an architectural jewel built by multi award-winning architecture firm Reyes Ríos + Larraín, is in the center of it all. Around the corner...
In the heart of the La Ermita / San Sebastian neighborhoods, Casa St. Isabela sits on a quiet, residential street that is walking distance...
Casa Calle 45 is a great opportunity to acquire a completely new-construction house in Merida's Centro Historico, in the sought-after Barrio de Santiago. Located in...
Offered at US$289,000, Casa Kriek is a fabulous colonial home with beautiful tiles, high ceilings, fully-restored and upgraded rooms throughout and ample rooftop seating above it all.
A brand new home, filled with character and built with attention to detail has just recently come on the market in the San Sebastian...
Casa Farolitos is one those Centro rarities that affords its owners prime location, ample space and the coveted north-south orientation to catch the prevailing coastal breezes.
Jason and Meghan Wier are, as promised, parents who wanted their young kids to enjoy living in another country.
The only thing we know about tonight's "House Hunters International" is that it's the franchise's 10th foray in Merida.
The newspaper El Financiaro is positioning Progreso and its surrounding villages as a the Yucatan Hamptons.
Updated with the highest quality appliances, finishes, furniture and fittings, Casa de la Rosa's stunning open, airy architecture reflects the generous proportions of the lot it sits on.
"Tommo and Megsy" search for a Centro rental for US$500. But she wants a pool and he wants his dream kitchen.
Here is a fully furnished home in Santa Ana with something rare — a dramatic, panoramic view of the Paseo, from right between two of its most famous mansions.
Yasmin Hurd and her "very Texan" husband, Webster Hurd II, share their story with "HHI," even depicting their former lives back in the U.S. before moving to Chelem.
So far this year, 63 property owners have been fined a combined 2.7 million pesos over vacant lots that were allowed to become dumping grounds.
The couple from New Jersey has lived in many countries, but feel at home here. They are interested in opening a bed and breakfast in the Centro, and they bought a property to do just that.
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