Yucatan Vacation Tip – NEW Workshop

Posted November 15, 2013 by Kay Walten in Vacation tips,Yucatan Activities


Have you ever thought about relocating to Mexico? The Merida English Library is now offering a home buying workshop and tour for visitors who have caught the “Mexico bug” and want to own a slice of colonial paradise in the Yucatan. Yes, it is possible, but there are a few things any new home buyer should know. Workshops include valuable insider information about buying in Mexico, a walking tour to examine architectural styles and other property considerations and a tour of 2 houses.

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