FAQ's

What hotel can I stay on my arrival in Merida?

Mérida, a city with a great cultural tradition has a great national and international importance, so it has been a tourist destination for many years, and has developed a varied offer of hotels of all types and levels, from budget...

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¿ How good is medical care in Merida?

Mérida has very good medical and hospital infrastructure, recognized as the best in the southeast of Mexico and the country's best specialists. You can find practically all branches of medicine, often educated at prestigious universities in the U.S. and Europe....

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What are the main shopping centers, restaurants and entertainment centers in the city of Merida?

Mérida, though famous for its culture and for being a beautiful colonial city, is also very modern and recognized as the leading provider of services in the southeast of Mexico. In Merida, you can find many of the franchises, department...

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¿How safe is the city of Merida?

Mérida (and generally the state of Yucatán) is very safe and quiet. According to the national survey published each year on safety and sponsored by independent entities such as COPARMEX, ITESM, UNAM, CCE, and others of importance, Yucatán is and...

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How is life in Merida? What kind of activities can I find?

Merida usually known as the white city is a colonial city built 480 years ago. It is very quiet and safe, and because of its geography, history and traditions has a very good quality of life. As one of the...

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How is the weather in Yucatan?

The climate is hot and humid in Yucatan. The rainy season usually starts is from May to October. The hottest months are May and June, sometimes the temperature may reach up to 40 ° Celsius.

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What is the population in Yucatan and in its capital, Merida?

According to the latest census done by INEGI the city of Merida has 781,146 residents and the state of Yucatan with 1'955,577 residents amounts that have been increasing in recent years due to increased immigration that has taken to the...

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What services are available in Merida ,around t the state and on the beach?, High speed internet?, Cable TV?, How are the electricity services, How is the water service ?

We have access to cable in various forms in almost all cities of the state and satellite TV available in remote areas.
The high-speed Internet is available almost everywhere, except on the coast, where you can install an antenna for high-speed...

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What is the cost of the fees for real estate brokerage services and who should pay them?

Fees are normally the responsibility of the seller, who usually hired the real estate brokerage services, which are in the case of "Yucatan Properties" of 5% of the final cost of the property within the city of Merida and 7%...

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What is the cost of a deed of sale contract?


Deed costs are payed by the buyer in all buying and selling processes in Mexico except for any agreement reached between the buyer and the seller prior. The cost of the contracts depends on the value stated in the deed...

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What is the cost of a lease agreement or contract?

In the housing market in the city of Mérida is customary for the cost of the "Transactional agreement to vacate and deliver" or Lease, to be the equivalent of one month's rent, which is not always the case, since the...

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What is the Lease contract and average duration?


In real estate in Yucatan, a contract is not usually used to rent a house or a commercial property because the amount is not very high. Most likely the "Transactional agreement to vacate and deliver" will be implemented or used,...

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What documentation is required to rent a property?

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1. - ID of the person who will lease the Property (voter card or passport).
2. - Proof of previous residence or proof of where the leaser is currently employed.
3. - Commercial references (Credit card, bank or departmental stores ...

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What documentation is required to sell a property?

1. - Deed of the property.
2. - Last payment of property taxes.
3. - Cadastral warrant and blueprint
4. - Electricity Receipts (last 2 years - preferably)
5. - Water bills.
6. - Phone bills (if available on the property)
7. - Owner (s)...

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