Standard Disclaimers: Equal housing and credit opportunity lender. This web site contains statements that are forward looking and may change due to many factors. Pricing and availability may also change. Please contact Playa de Oro for the latest information. Nothing in this web site is a offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to purchase real estate to anyone of any area in which it would be not lawful to offer the real estate for sale without compliance with all applicable real estate, securities, and other laws of such area.
Privacy: Parkstrong will only use the information that it gathers during the normal sales process for helping clients with the decision of whether to invest in Mexican real estate. Parkstrong will not sell or loan any of its customer information to any other company that is not in line with that goal.
Playa de Oro is a Mexican Real Estate company and is not registered in the USA.
The following Baja subdivisions are registered with the Arizona Department of Real Estate.
Playa De Oro AZ Registration # DM04-047750
Playa San Rafael AZ Registration # DM06-052316
There are various disclosures by state.
WARNING: The California Department of Real Estate has not examined this offering, including, but not limited to, the condition of title, the status of blanket liens on the project (if any), arrangements to assure project completion, escrow practices, control over project management, racial practices, (if any), terms, conditions, and price of the offer, control over annual assessments (if any), or the availability of water, services, utilities, or improvements. It may be advisable for you to consult an attorney or other knowledgeable professional who is familiar with real estate and development law in the country where this subdivision is situated.
NAFTA has changed things in Mexico. The New York Times has many articles talking about US citizens and companies buying real estate, especially in Baja. Contact us for reprints.