On September 9 hurricane Olaf arrived in southern Baja. This brought sustained wind speeds of 155 km and gusts to 185, Olaf made landfall as a Category 2 hurricane near San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur, at about 9:00 p.m. Once over land, Olaf was downgraded to a Category 1 hurricane before being degraded […]
Cabo Del Sol began in 1985 when Baja pioneer Don Koll and financier and philanthropist, Robert Day partnered to purchase the property from Bud Parr and develop the 1,800-acre development. This magical resort development sits on the ‘Golden Corridor’, a desert oasis on the southern tip of the Baja peninsula in Los Cabos—the Capes— where […]
Los Cabos offers many opportunities for Mexican nationals and foreigners alike. Becoming an entrepreneur in Mexico has been a feat accomplished by many. Opening and running a business in Cabo brings a great lifestyle with lower operating and labor costs, accounting, and legal fees, and in many cases, lower property rents or values. In general, […]
Like some foreign places, Mexico, including Los Cabos, has myths and assumptions, many of which may not be true. Living in Cabo, you hear a few of the same untrue statements being repeated over the years. Here are 10 things you may have wrong about Cabo.
January in Mexico is more than just pleasant weather. It is time to pay property taxes and to receive a twenty percent discount. Mexican property taxes are known as predial, and like most other counties and municipalities, these taxes are used to operate local governments.