I’m writing to you from my new condo here in Vallarta and I wanted to share with you, why I invested in Mexico.
I have always been a firm believer in real estate as a sound investment option.
Reason being, as a young farm girl, my parents always believed owning land was the way to wealth. And it made sense as farmers, more land meant that they could produce more crops/livestock to take to the market and earn more income.
Plus, they had a real physical asset that would grow in value and be used for future investments.
And as a follower of Robert Kiyosaki, his writings and philosophy further instilled real estate investing as a means to increase wealth through passive income.
So that is why I invested in real estate in Canada, mainly rental properties to generate passive income and equity. And I was fortunate, to be never disappointed with the results of these investments as they turned into multi-million dollar assets.
And then a year after the COVID crisis, I traveled to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico to get away from it all.
I was struck by the amazing beauty of the location, the positive vivacious energy of the city, the generous, hospitable nature of the Mexican people, the view of the majestic Sierra Madres mountains.
Not to mention, the beautiful sunsets, sailing in the Bay of Banderas with new friends and of course the warm, sunny winter climate.
I didn’t realize that there are 12 invisible Ley lines that transverse Puerto Vallarta and the energy of these mystical and sacred veins of magnetic energy interacts with a person’s inner self.
They create a feeling that you belong here. And that is what I felt.
So why not invest here, I said. I knew that I could run my business from anywhere as long as I had wifi, so why not in Puerto Vallarta.
So I did my due diligence. And I found that this place is a diamond in the rough.
Prices were reasonable for real estate as compared to Canada or the Southern US States.
Rental income generation was solid and rents were normally in US Dollars.
Demand for vacation rentals by Canadians and Americans was very high.
Cost of living is so much lower than in Canada.
Sure there are things you need to be aware of but overall investing in Puerto Vallarta is a good decision.
Don’t take my word for it, ask the thousands of Canadians and Americans who have purchased real estate here in Puerto Vallarta. And are living here permanently, as well.
I always had this on my vision board of a second home in a southern warm climate and here it was finally happening.
We can never stop pursuing our dreams!