How to Finance Luxury Real Estate in Mexico

July 28, 2021
By TAO Mexico

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Palm trees sway in the breeze as you sit on the patio overlooking the gorgeous tropics of your second home. This is the idyllic vision of owning a home in Mexico. It’s not only the beautiful views and lovely climate all year round that draw people to this stunning country time and time again, Mexico is also a preferred destination for purchasing luxury real estate. Maybe it’s the food, the affordable luxury or the friendly culture. Whichever it is, we know it’s enough to make people want to settle here as well as to invest in real estate to grow their wealth.

At TAO Mexico, we specialize in luxury properties and homes in the most stunning beach destinations in Mexico, such as the Riviera Maya, Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos. These paradise locations have a proven return on investment in the real estate sector.

One of the most viable ways to acquire a property is through financing, but in many cases, it can turn into a headache to find and access financing from abroad. If you’re interested in purchasing a luxury home in Mexico, our real estate experts deliver the tips you need to get started so that you can find yourself sitting on that Mexican patio sooner than you’ve imagined. 

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Financing luxury homes for Mexicans

If you’re Mexican and would like to purchase luxury real estate, our real estate experts can help you get financing easily and safely. We’ll put you in contact with a professional broker who’ll be able to help you obtain a mortgage bank loan and will advise you throughout the process.

The bank will perform a credit check and the interest rates that they can give you may range from 9 to 13%. In order for the bank to grant you the loan, the property you want must already be built, as they cannot give financing during the construction phase.

Reach out to us today and we’ll put you in contact with a trusted professional broker who’ll help you get a mortgage loan and advise you throughout the process.


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Financing of luxury homes for foreigners

What if you’re not Mexican? Not to worry, the process can be just as easy for people from anywhere outside of Mexico, we offer direct financing through the developer. This is a great option as it not only eliminates the need to review your credit history, but it also is provided at a lower interest rate than a Mexican bank which makes this process smooth and easy.

Be careful: many developers in the area say that they provide financing during the construction phase, but in reality it’s not financing, since they don’t deliver the property until it’s been paid in full.

At TAO Mexico, we offer the following conditions and benefits:

  • Refundable reservation deposit fee of $5,000 USD
  • 20% at closing
  • Pay only 30% during the construction and 50% before delivery
  • Developer financing: the remaining 50% of your new property will be paid over the next 5 years at the low interest rate of 7%*

*Although this percentage rate is higher than those offered by US banks, with Tao Mexico, a credit check is not required. This means that some banks will not authorize financing. Interest rates will vary over time.

Buy your luxury home in Mexico today!

No matter if you’re a Mexican citizen or a resident of any other country in the world, at TAO Mexico, we have the best options and benefits for you to purchase luxury properties in Mexico.

That tropical home, surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty, can be yours this year! You decide the property you’d like and we’ll help you buy it easily, quickly and safely.

Contact us today and one of our real estate advisors will be happy to answer all of your questions and guide you through each step of the purchasing process.

You’re only one click away from the best properties in the most fabulous destinations in the Riviera Maya, Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos.

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