The discovery by a Calgary developer that Canadians can buy and own Mexico beachfront as freehold property.

Frank O'Brien

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Business in Vancouver reports on Vivo Resort in Puerto Escondido, Mexico.

Canadian-built development offers freehold ownership of beachfront homes

Ron Rishagen was born in Trail, B.C., but he will be spending most of his retirement days near Puerto Escondido on the southwest coast of Mexico, one of many British Columbians who have discovered the luxury Vivo Resorts.

“It’s a winner,” said Rishagen, a retired university professor who, after checking out numerous options, bought a condominium at Vivo Resorts this year.

A key reason is the discovery by a Calgary developer that Canadians can buy and own Mexico beachfront as freehold property.

Vivo Resorts is being developed by Calgary-based Cary Mullen, best known as a World Cup champion and two-time Olympian downhill skier. The resort’s success hinges on three facts: the 76 acres of land is owned outright by Canadians; it fronts 21 kilometres of pristine oceanfront beach; and prices for the luxury condominiums and villas are bargain-basement when compared with B.C. waterfront.

Read the full article online at www.biv.com

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