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A thought for medium/long-term investment Lakeside.

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On 6/3/2020 at 1:04 PM, Eric Blair said:

Maybe a lot of expats here are not thinking of long-term investments right now, rather short-term survival. But at some point, the new-norm will be allowing businesses to get moving again.

When I'm not following the Covid-19 news, I am looking at the state of the World and the U.S. in particular.

IMO, when things settle out in a "few" years, I think/feel, depending on the political picture in the U.S., a lot of people will be looking to jump-ship and come to Mexico.

Right now, I think it's a buyer's market Lakeside when it comes to housing. I'm thinking to look at some family properties here with the thought of picking one up on-the-cheap, maybe a fixer-upper. My thought is that when the NOB crowd starts looking to leave the U.S., Mexico will be first choice.

It costs very little to take a look, and I'm sure Coldwell Banker, or your favorite R.E. sales office, will have a list of properties that could be of interest.

Just IMO.

Edited by Moderator, WAY too personal.  These kinds of communications should be by PM or not at all!

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2 hours ago, Honorandfaith said:

Good God...Why does an 80 year-old need Viagra!?!

We could have a lot of fun giving answers to this one....so here goes, feel free to join in!

 - all the wrong things stiffen up (or not) as one ages?

- for the same reason that 60, 70, and 90 year olds do?

 - to keep the partner happy, whatever their age?


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