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jetsf64
9/6/2017 15:34 EST

There are house developments in puerto vallarta that are built mainly for local people away from the tourist zones. does anyone have a link as to how i can shop for those. Im only finding tourist properties.

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Cozumeldeb
9/6/2017 16:19 EST

My suggestion is to live in areas you are interested in for at least 3-6 mos. MX people are wonderful with big hearts and always ready for festives, some times for 2 or 3 days. In the majority of MX (other than gated communities) there is no zoning, meaning anytype of biz can be next door or nearby, usually including chickens, dogs + noise. I'm sure u are getting the idea. We bought in 2001 and have seen many well meaning folks want to live with the locals, and was too much. There are many ways to get involved in any community you chose.

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giershift43
9/7/2017 07:29 EST

I would like to hear more about such housing developments.

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RVGRINGO

From: Mexico
9/7/2017 12:09 EST

This is how those cookie-cutter developments are created, and how they often turn into modern slums, instead of traditional poor barios:
https://www.gob.mx/presidencia/prensa/infonavit-is-the-main-mexican-state-institution-for-ensuring-that-families-can-exercise-their-constitutional-right-to-decent-housing-epn

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longtimelurker
9/7/2017 19:25 EST

RV, what is the difference between an traditional poor barrio and a modern slum?

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inky313
9/8/2017 09:22 EST

Are you searching in English? If so you will get more tourist oriented sites. Try casas en renta en Puerto Vallarta, casas en venta en PV, bienes raíces en PV. Here is one of many sites that came up, some houses are renting for 245.00 a month.

vallarta-jalisco.anunciosred.com.mx/c/renta/

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