Why the Mexico Mortgage Market Remains Healthy, Despite the U.S. Turmoil

Published 21 October 08 12:20 PM

David Schwartz, ConfiCasa’s Puerto Vallarta Division Director, Tina M. Rebello, ConfiCasa’s Los Cabos Division Director, and Matthew A. Miller, ConfiCasa’s President and CEO contributed to this article.

Times are tough now-a-days - stock markets are in frenzy, housing markets are unpredictable, the U.S. dollar is weakened, and an overall lack of consumer confidence continues to arise even with the latest U.S. government and worldwide intervention in motion.
The first question is how we got in this mess

  • The next question that does not make the daily news in the U.S., but is of course a big concern for all of us, is whether the now popular vehicle of cross-border Mexico mortgage financing will be affected by the U.S. turmoil

Both of these important questions are addressed in ConfiCasa's October 2008 Newsletter, which may be read by pressing here.

Gustavo Torres
www.remax-baja.com
1-866-588-2252

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