Casa Trebol, on the Riviera Nayarit in Sayulita,
is our vacation home one block from the Pacific ocean and surfing beach in Sayulita, for sale by owners Nanci and son, Corey Closson. Builder, architect Corey and his family, are full time permanent residents of Sayulita.
Take a short tour via Casa Trebol video:
After Nanci’s completion and sale of Casa Amanecer, Casa Curvas and Casa Big Fig (now Casa Maravilla) in Sayulita, son Corey designed and built Casa Trebol (including the round dipping pool) with a small crew of a maestro and 2 helpers over a 3 year period. Outfitted with Corey’s detailed woodworking (kitchen cabinetry, closets, built-ins, windows, doors, this is one the best constructed homes in Sayulita, with attention to details that count for the long run; electric, plumbing,(*lighting), top notch construction.
Nanci added landscaping, decor, details, her own crafts and original paintings at Trebol to complete this exquisite getaway.
Strong Vacation Rental History: visit webpage
Sayulita Life For Sale by Owner Listing: http://www.sayulitalife.com/nc465
PROPERTY FOR SALE BY OWNERS IN MEXICO without listing with a realtor is a common and accepted practice. Realtors involved or not, once you’ve negotiated terms and agreed on price with a seller for the purchase of property in Mexico, the notary public is the most important person you will deal with in property investment in Mexico; he is quite different than notary publics in the US or UK. In Mexico, the role is appointed directly by the State Governor (the highest seat in state public office).
The notary public has the power to witness and certify important business documents which require absolute authenticity. The appointment also holds responsibility for the management and secure storage of original records. Notary publics must be Mexicans of at least 35 years of age, have a degree in law, 3 years work experience at a notary public office and they must pass a stringent exam.
Under Mexican law, the deed to a property must be prepared by a notary public. As a buyer, it is your right to choose the Notary Public, and it should be your first port of call-or second after your lawyer if you have one. The Notary Public will ensure that all documentation and permits are in order to that the transaction can proceed. You’ll sign all documents and contracts in front of him, after he has reviewed them and exchange all monies in his presence. A notary public is to be trusted because he is held responsible by the government for any errors that he makes….
Here’s an informative site on buying property in Mexico, covering issues such as title insurance, financing, Mexican law on property ownership, property purchase procedure, valuation of property, costs and taxes, among other pertinent answers to FAQ’s.