#84 Phase 1 Ventanas Cabo San Lucas Corridor

#84, Phase 1 Ventanas

#84, Phase 1 Ventanas

A truly impeccable Home!!

•  310 sqm, 3 bathrooms, 3 bedrooms 2 story – FOR SALE USD429,000. Price Reduced!!
MLS® 16-2052

Ventanas Phase 1 is located in the hills above the Cabo Corridor between Home Depot and Costco. A great location to be close to the hustle of Cabo San Lucas while enjoying peace and quiet at home.

#84 – Phase 1 Ventanas

Built-in 2005 this is a truly impeccable home with just over 3,300 sq.ft. This home boasts of beautiful finishes, from the kitchen to the bathrooms. A double car garage and a private pool for splashing around in on those hot sunny days. A nice size yard with room for a vegetable garden. The home is located in a cul-de-sac (low traffic) and is being sold fully furnished. Low HOA fees.

View of pool from main level master suite

View of pool from main level master suite

The main level has 1 master suite with a full bathroom including a jacuzzi tub and private living room area that leads out through patio doors to the pool area. There is also a second bedroom and bathroom on this level as well as the laundry room and entrance to double car attached garage.

Living room

Living Room

The upper level has an amazing open floor plan which includes the kitchen, dining room, living room, a full bathroom and the 2nd master suite. in addition, there is also a large terrace with an outdoor living room that offers incredible views of the arch and ocean as well as stairs to rooftop level.

Outdoor living room on terrace

Outdoor living room on the terrace.

The unfinished rooftop is wired and plumbed and waiting for your creative touch. This will most likely become one of your favorite areas as the panoramic views will relax and delight you all at the same time.

Ventanas Phase 1 is gated community with 24-hour security guards. There is also community clubhouse with gym & pool.

In conclusion, this is a well-maintained home that is looking for a new family to love and enjoy it.

Property information

Why is my Los Cabos real estate not selling?

Beautiful Sunset Los Cabos, Baja California Sur

Beautiful Sunset – Baja California Sur, Mexico

If your Los Cabos real estate is not selling…

First, you need to know the facts about the Los Cabos real estate market. Fact: MLS statistics show the average home takes one year to sell in Los Cabos. Actually, to be perfectly clear we should say this applies to all of Baja California Sur and to all property types such as condos and land. Seriously if you don’t believe this article then ask your realtor for the current stats in your area. Furthermore, you might be surprised to know that the median sales time could be as long as three years. But this is never your Realtors fault, even if you may think so.

Maybe it is just not desirable at your price?

In the end, it comes down to the selling price. Here’s how it really goes. If this is you please don’t take offense. Most sellers go on line to search comparable properties for sale and then they pick a price they think their properties should sell for. Really who is the listing agent to argue with the seller? For one they don’t want to offend or lose the listing and secondly most times there is little to compare to. Let’s get real people, this is Baja and a CMA means nothing or at most very little! If your realtor is actually lucky enough to find statistics in the area of your property there usually is no information disclosed. Was the sale an arm’s length transaction or were there mitigating circumstances? Such as, a divorce or maybe a spouse died or something in their financial life changed?

Baja California Sur is a Second Home Market.

Los Cabos real estate market is a second home market. This is not the US market or the Canadian market where a 30 or 60-day listings actually produces a sale. Welcome to a second home market…key word…second home. Please remember, a second home is a want, not a need. So please don’t pull the I am losing money card or the Oh, but I paid this $. I will say it again second home market….not a need but an I want. If you want to sell it is just plain time to get over the I am losing money number because frankly, a second home market does not always mean an investment market.   

What outcome do you really want?

It is time to be honest, well at least with yourself anyway. Do you need to sell or do you want to sell, there is a difference. If you can afford to have your property on the market, until that once in a lifetime buyer offers your dream selling price, then this article does not apply to you. However, if you really need to sell in a timely manner consider offering seller financing or maybe just a more realistic selling price based on actual recent sales.

The Bottom line is, do you want the best price or a real sale.  Only you can decide.

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Real Estate in Mexico – Commercial Properties

Commercial Real Estate 

Are you thinking of buying or selling a commercial real estate in Mexico? Then it’s time to break out your calculator.  We at Cabo Premiere have discovered many of our clients are unaware that commercial real estate transactions are subject to the IVA tax. So take the price listed then add 16%, that is what you’re going to pay. Not a pretty picture. No wonder, we do not see much in the way of a commercial real estate industry here in Los Cabos.

The Oasis - Pescadero, commercial real estate Cabo Premiere Real Estate

The Oasis – Pescadero Featured Listing at Cabo Premiere Real Estate

The Oasis – Pescadero Listing

Se Vende!

Signs signs everywhere are Se Vende signs. Sellers put a sign in the windows reading “Se Vende”. Buyers like to call sellers directly thinking that they will get a better deal without using a real estate agent, or so they think. The seller and the buyer negotiate and finally, a deal is made. Fast-forward, now it’s time to sign the closing papers and guess what, surprise! Hola IVA tax! The buyer now has to pony up an additional 16% of the purchase price at the time of closing. Therefore depending on the price of the commercial real estate property that could be tens of thousands of dollars that the buyer must pay. This really could be a deal-breaker if you are unaware of it because the deal can not go forward until the tax is paid.


Please keep in mind that this tax law applies to all commercial real estate transactions in Mexico. There is no way around this tax, well not legally that we know of. Currently, the IVA tax is 16%. The IVA tax is not paid to the seller it is paid to Notario (in trust) at the time of closing.

So, in conclusion, make sure you take the 16% IVA tax into consideration before finalizing your commercial real estate purchase transactions.