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Thinking about buying real estate in Cabo? It can be a complex and confusing process, but it doesn't have to be. At Baja Memories Real Estate, we're here to help you navigate the process with ease. In this blog post, we'll provide you with 10 free questions to ask your real estate guide for buyers in Cabo. From finding the right neighborhood to understanding the local market, these questions will help you make informed decisions about your investment. Whether you're looking for a vacation home or a rental property, Cabo has something to offer everyone. Keep reading to learn more about the top 10 questions to ask your real estate guide.
  1. How long have you served in the real estate industry?
    An agents who has been in the business for long may be more knowledgeable about how things
    are done in local market and have more odds of finding your dream home. To ascertain the quality
    of their services, you may even inquire if the agent has gotten any awards for their performance.
    The essential thing is ensuring they are licensed to operate in Mexico through the state of Baja
    California Sur, make sure they belong to the MLSBCS.
  2. Where is the property located?
    Los Cabos is a big municipality located in the Baja California Sur peninsula. It includes Los Barrriles,
    Cabo Pulmo, East Cape, Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo, among other areas. Each of these
    towns are unique regarding the environment and the facilities they offer. Therefore we suggest
    you ask where exactly the property is located to get the right fit for your needs.
  3. Can we submit a lower offer than the price listed?
    Sometimes the prices in real estate are negotiable. If you think the property, you are about to buy
    can be offered at a lower price, do not hesitate to ask the agent whether the listed price is
    definitive or negotiable. Best way is asking your agent to produce several COMPs for the last
    several months.
  4. Are there any health or safety issues I should be aware of?
    Before buying a property in Los Cabos, consult with your real estate agent about any health or
    safety concern you may have, such as the quality of indoor air, lead paint, mold, mosquitoes, etc.
    Being informed about all these issues can help you counter them.
  5. Can you give me some references?
    When buying a property in Los Cabos, you can always ask your realtor whether they can give you
    any references from previous customers. If any, make an effort to reach them and inquire about
    their experience with the agent.
  6. Can you show me similar properties in the area?
    The more options the realtor has, the better for you. You want to get real value out of your
    investment and not just go for any property you find in the market. Therefore, to find your dream
    home, go house hunting with your agent and evaluate all your options.
  7. Are there any zoning laws?
    Knowing the zoning laws and any planned project or development in the location of your desired
    property will enable you to make an informed projection of possible future changes in the
  8. Are you aware of any disadvantages the property may have?
    No matter how perfect a place may seem, your agent knows best. A property inside a
    development may have HOA issues, noisy roads nearby at night, or any other situation you may
    not notice in a regular day tour.
  9. Do you offer any guarantee for your services?
    If after making an offer things do not work out the way you wanted, your agent should be able to
    cancel the agreement. A good agent should offer you the flexibility to change a deal without any
  10. How long has the property been on the market?
    When a property is listed for too long in the market, doubt arises. It is not necessarily a bad thing,
    but you can always calm yourself by clearing any doubts with your real estate agent. Find out if the
    property is too expensive, or if there may be something wrong with it.
    Buying a property in Los Cabos with the help of a real estate agent is definitely a safe investment.
    The real estate industry may be too difficult to handle alone. Regardless of the type of luxury
    property you are looking for vacation home, destination living, leasing or any other purposes, we
    have got you covered.


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