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“Then there is cost of living which is easily a third of what it costs to live in just about any American city. A retired couple living on a $1,000 Social Security income can live a life of luxury here. Taxes are extremely low, fresh seafood is abundant and inexpensive, medical services and medications are a third of what they are back home,” Garcia says.
Eric also points to growing speculation - an increased awareness that northeastern Baja coast line may very well prove to be on verge of a prolonged land rush much like that which took place in Cabo San Lucas several years ago. "The demand for real estate in Cabo San Lucas is still high, but sales have slowed considerably because prices there have sky rocketed," he says. "That isn’t case for San Felipe real estate, as least not yet," he added.
For those unfamiliar with area, San Felipe is located in Baja California, just a four hour driving distance southeast of San Diego, an hour more from Tucson. A quiet fishing village with a population of 28,000, it is rapidly becoming one of preferred destinations for American and Canadian vacationers and retirees looking for a lay back, stress free lifestyle. "Right now about 50% of resident population comes from U.S. and Canada," Garcia says. "Our projections indicate that that percentage will probably double in next five years."
Twenty years ago a boom in Baja real estate started in Cabo San Lucus, a city on southern most point of Baja. The likelihood of a San Felipe real estate boom is even more real because of village's proximity to U.S. border and Mexican government's commitment to continuing development of Nautical ladder.
Individuals wishing to obtain more information about this Baja real estate opportunity are encouraged to contact Eric stateside at (888) 647-5292 or through on-site San Felipe real estate office at 011 52 (686) 577-0822, via email address in right column or by visiting www.PlayaDelParaiso.com.
The author, Ron Scott, is a seasoned internet publicist who provides affordable public relationsservices to local, regional, national and international businesses. The average press release gets 50,000-100,000 reads in a week to ten days.