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  • De Hoyos Aviles Opens Offices in Ciudad Juarez, State of Chihuahua, Mexico

    Jorge De Hoyos, managing partner at the Law Firm DE HOYOS AVILES announced today the opening of its office in Ciudad Juárez, the sixth city in population in Mexico. MEXICO CITY, MEXICO, October 5, 2020 / De Hoyos Aviles, one of the best Law Firms in Mexico, announced today the opening of its new office in Ciudad Juarez, State of Chihuahua. Ciudad Juarez is the sixth city in population in Mexico, and along with El Paso, TX, Borderplex forms the second bi-national metropolitan zone in Mexico, only behind of the San Diego-Tijuana zone, where DHA has operations too. The office will be headed by Ivonne Aguilera-Gonzalez. Ivonne earned her J.D. from Universidad Autonoma de Chihuahua in 1995 and her master’s degree (LL.M) from the University of Texas at Austin (2006). She was in-house counsel at HSBC from 1994 through 1999, senior associate with Baker McKenzie (2000-2013) and partner at EC Legal Rubio Villegas (2013-2020). She focuses her practice in Business Law, Mergers & Acquisitions and Compliance. Furthermore, she speaks fluent English and French (intermediate). Jorge E. de Hoyos-Walther, managing partner of the firm, explained: “For years we have friends and important clients in the State of Chihuahua. In the last few months, our services growth in demand in the Chihuahua State, so we decided that it was the right moment to open an office, to consolidate our presence in Juarez-El Paso zone. Ivonne is a seasoned lawyer, knows the area and perfectly understands the business sector.” Ivonne Aguilera, director of the DHA Juarez office, said: "I am excited with this new project. With the opening of this office, we will consolidate the leadership of DHA in northern Mexico. The contact network of the firm in Texas and New Mexico will be a major help. The expertise of the DHA litigation practice group will strength the corporate practice." About DE HOYOS AVILES DHA was founded in 1964 in Monterrey, State of Nuevo León, by Gustavo de Hoyos-Guevara. The firm has over 55 years of experience in Complex Litigation, Business Law and Real Estate. With offices in Mexico City, Guadalajara, Tijuana, Mexicali, Los Cabos and now in Ciudad Juarez. DHA consolidates its team and nationwide coverage in the most important cities of the country. From any of such cities and having a wide network of correspondents in the country, our team can provide services to its clients in any place in Mexico. Jorge E. de Hoyos De Hoyos y Aviles 5 552 800 082 Contact us. Visit us on social media: Facebook Twitter Powered by Wixus

  • 11 Steps To Closing A Real Estate Deal

    We have over 50+ years of experience in real estate in Puerto Vallarta, Tulum, Cancun, Los Cabos and Guadalajara. In addition to our legal expertise, we have a dedicated team of professionals who have been with us for a long time. The Law Firm of Hoyos y Avilés is made to assist you in any legal matter concerning real property, mortgages, real estate, or construction. We are committed to providing our clients with the best possible legal service. De Hoyos Avilés Law Firm Services Can Assist You with the 11 Steps To Closing A Real Estate Deal: 1. Hire a Lawyer who specializes in Real Estate. It is always better to have a professional legal opinion on your closing documents. The complex language used in real estate contracts can be difficult to understand, even for those who have attained a higher level of education. For a reasonable fee, an opinion from an experienced real estate attorney can help to provide clues about potential problems. 2. Understand Real Estate Paperwork. Once you’re done with all the required paperwork, you should read all of it yourself. If you do not understand anything, seek the help of a real estate attorney. Your agent will also be able to provide insight into the legal jargon. 3. Open an Escrow Account. An escrow account is an account where you put your money and the money of your clients, and it is held in trust until a certain event happens. A real estate transaction is a formal process that requires a number of steps to be done in a particular sequence. By having a third party hold the money and documents until the deal is done, we can prevent either the seller or the buyer from being cheated. The third-party can be a bank or a broker. The money and documents are moved to the seller and buyer once the deal is done. 4. Title Search and Insurance. A title search is an examination of public records to determine and confirm the legal ownership of a property, and to find out if there are any other claims on the property. If there are any claims on the property, they may need to be resolved before the buyer can purchase the property. Title insurance is an insurance policy that protects those who are interested in purchasing real estate against financial loss in the form of liens, encumbrances, and title defects. Title insurance is also known as “indemnity insurance”. 5. Complete the Home Inspection form. A home inspection is necessary to inspect the property and determine its condition. If there are potential problems with the house, you will have the opportunity to back out of the deal or ask the seller to fix it. If the seller agrees, you will have the option to have them pay you to fix it. You can also negotiate a price that includes a home-inspection contingency. 6. Get a Pest Inspection. A pest inspection is a special inspection that is undertaken by a pest expert who tests to see if there are any insects, rodents, or even rodents living in your house. Pests can be devastating if they are found in your house. Mortgages often require that even minor infestations be fixed before the deal can be closed. Pest inspections are legally required in some states and optional in others. The inspection is the first step in discovering if there are any problems with a property. It is important to note that the seller will pay for the inspection, regardless of whether you decide to purchase the property. You should be able to eliminate the problem. If you are not able to do so, you can negotiate with the seller for a lower price. 7. Re-negotiate the Price and Costs of the House. Even if the seller has already accepted your offer to purchase the house, you may want to explore the possibility of renegotiating the price to reflect the cost of any necessary repairs revealed by inspections. You could also keep the purchase price the same, but ask the seller to pay for any repairs. Even if the purchase price has already been agreed upon, there is no harm in asking. You can still back out of the deal without penalty if a major problem is found that the seller can't or won't fix. 8. Lock in the interest rate for the long term. It is recommended that you lock in the interest rate for the loan in advance. This will help to prevent you from being at the mercy of the market fluctuations. If a rate hike occurs, you can be sure that your monthly payments will rise significantly. Even a 0.25% rate hike can have a profound effect on your monthly payments and the amount of time it takes to repay the mortgage. 9. Get rid of Contingencies. A contingency must be moved out by a specific date indicated in the purchase offer, known as active approval. While some purchase agreements include a clause that allows the buyer to approve a contingency by a certain date, there are others in which contingencies are approved if the buyer does not protest them by the specified deadline. However, buyers must understand the approval process and take the necessary actions by the required dates. 10. Understand Funding Requirements. If you are purchasing a home, you most likely deposited earnest money with the seller to indicate your good faith. Earnest money is a deposit made to the seller as compensation or as a penalty. Earnest money is returned to the buyer if he or she decides to back out of the deal. If the seller backs out, the money is returned to the buyer. To complete your purchase, you may need to deposit additional funds in escrow. You need to make sure you have the right down payment in place before you close the deal. If you fail to make good on the purchase of a home or a car, you could be charged for the services you used before the deal fell apart, including the earnest money. Furthermore, you could still be charged for the various services you used before the sale fell apart. 11. the Last step to buying a House. Before signing the final papers, make sure that you look at the home one more time. You need to ensure that there are no repairs needed or that no damage has occurred since your last home inspection. Also, ask the seller about any repairs that need to be completed and that the sellers have completed. Finally, make sure that nothing in the purchase agreement has been removed. The closing process can take anywhere from one week to 60 days, depending on the type of property and whether you are getting a mortgage or making an all-cash purchase.

  • Cabo San Lucas, Real Estate Law Firm: Choose the Right Lawyer.

    When selling or buying a house, you need to find someone with experience in real estate law, who is capable of manage the legal aspects of a property transaction in the shortest time possible. Choosing the right lawyer when you sell or buy a house is not an easy task. Before hiring a real estate lawyer, you need to make sure that he is expert in real estate matters. You need to make sure that he/she is experienced in real estate legislative topics and has done many successful real estate transactions before. Many people living outside Mexico have stayed away from investing on the real estate in Mexico due to the lack of information about how to buy a property in Mexico. First, you need to know that buying a house in Mexico as a foreigner is different from it is for a Mexican. In recent years, Mexico has made several revisions to its real estate laws in order to expand the market for foreign investment. Mexico now allows foreigners to purchase real estate throughout the country, rather than just in the country's border cities. While the law is not something that changes overnight, the current trends and court decisions have a bearing on your legal practice. To help you better understand the latest legal developments, De Hoyos Aviles, with more than 50 years of experience, is the best Law Firm to give you Legal Advice regarding any Real Estate business concern in Los Cabos, Mexico. About Los Cabos, México Los Cabos is located at the tip of Baja California Sur in Mexico. The city has a population of approximately 180,000. It is the second-largest city in Baja California Sur. Los Cabos is a popular vacation location for both Mexicans and foreigners. What is a real estate purchase transaction? A legal transaction is a transaction that involves the sale or purchase of real property. It is governed by the laws of the State in which the property is located. A Real Estate Purchase Agreement is a legally binding agreement that details the conditions of the sale of a property. The document is typically between the buyer and seller. Can an American citizen inherit property in Mexico? Yes, any property owned by a foreigner (using a FIDEICOMISO) can be transferred to their beneficiaries after death. The best way to protect your property is to have a will, which can either be a foreign will or a Mexican will. The Restricted Zone To begin with, according to the article 27 of the Mexican Constitution, a foreigner can't directly acquire a property within 50 km from the water and 100 km from the border. This area is recognized as the restricted zone. However, Mexican's International Investment Law allows foreigners to acquire indirectly a property in the restricted zone through different legal entities. If you need more information, contact De Hoyos y Avilés, and we'll advise you legally. Can the Mexican government take your property? If the property has was bought legally, The Mexican government has no legal right to take the property, nor do they want to discourage tourism or foreign investments. Under the North American Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA, Mexico may not directly, or indirectly, expropriate property except for a public purpose Real Estate Legal Advises: Only a Mexican Lawyer can give you support on Mexican Law. Set up the contract and check up on the terms of the transaction. Submit the legal documents to the Ministry of foreign Affairs. Verify the seller documentation. Review the plans of the property. Confirm that the property may be titled. Obtain an active cadastral (property survey) Confirm that the property Taxes are already paid. Query: Los cabos real estate, los cabos real estate Law Firm, los cabos real estate Lawyer, los cabos Mexico real estate lawyer

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  • OFFICES | De Hoyos y Aviles

    OUR OFFICES Ciudad de Mexico Tijuana Guadalajara Los Cabos Ciudad De Juarez Mexicali Reynosa Matamoros San Luis The Law Firm DE HOYOS Y AVILES offers the best legal advice and professional Lawyers in Mexico. Our Law Firm has offices in Mexico City, Guadalajara, Juarez City, Mexicali, Tijuana, and Los Cabos. ​ We have developed a network of Mexico Lawyers, Law Firms, International Legal Counseling, Attorneys at Law and correspondents in the fifty main cities of Mexico, which enables us to provide a quality service to our customers. ​ We have coverage in every city in the country, large or small, always teaming up with the best local lawyers. ​ Real Estate. Financial Restructuring. Commercial Bankruptcy. Business and Legal Advice. Corporate Law. ​ If you are looking for a "Law firm or Lawyers near me", De Hoyos y Avilés has the best Attorneys in Mexico and the best Legal Network in America and Canada. ​ CDMX Get Direction Aristóteles 77, Polanco, Polanco IV Secc, Miguel Hidalgo, 11550 Ciudad de México, CDMX, México TIJUANA Get Direction Blvd. Agua Caliente 4558, Plaza Aguacaliente, Piso 18 #1804 GUADALAJARA Get Direction Constelación 2938, Jardines del Bosque, 44500 Guadalajara, Jal., México LOS CABOS Get Direction Próximamente CD JUAREZ Get Direction Av. López Mateos 924 Colonia la Playa Ciudad Juárez, Chih. 32317, México MEXICALI Get Direction Av. Francisco I. Madero #883, 3er piso Zona Centro REYNOSA Tamaulipas Get Direction Calle 10 esquina con Río Álamo #690. Col. Prolongación Longoria. MATAMOROS Tamaulipas Get Direction ​ Calle Primera No.244-C cruce con Calle Lilas Colonia, Jardín, 87330 Heroica Matamoros, Tamps., Mexico SAN LUIS Sonora Get Direction Av Francisco Eusebio Kino 501, Residencias, 83448 San Luis Río Colorado, Son., Mexico

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    Meet Our Team De Hoyos Avilés - Law Firm De Hoyos Avilés is composed of a solid team of lawyers, from three generational levels, which give us a range of experience from 15 to 55 years. ​ We develop long-term relationships with our attorneys, clients, and service providers. We have a well-balanced team with one hundred percent permanence among the partners. ​ At De Hoyos Avilés, the client can be confident that the associate who attends to her/him will be on our team a decade from now. ​ Each De Hoyos Avilés' lawyer is carefully selected according to a rigorous process in terms of technical skills and moral reliability. ​ The teamwork culture continually fosters to bring the best results to the customers. Immediate communication and response are disciplines that we encourage in all our team. In De Hoyos Avilés, we emphasize the importance of gender equity. Women are the majority in our organization, we encourage the opportunities of women's personal development, taking advantage of their talent in leadership positions and high level of responsibility. ​ ​ Contact Us Team Members Ignacio Avilés Bustillos Professional Profile Gustavo De Hoyos Guevara Professional Profile Jorge De Hoyos Walther Professional Profile Carlos De Hoyos Walther Professional Profile Gustavo De Hoyos Walther Professional Profile Karla Sofía Hernandez Oléa Professional Profile Jaleyna de la Peña Molina Professional Profile Ignacio Ochoa Alldredge Professional Profile Ivonne Aguilera Professional Profile Lisbia Soto Elenes Professional Profile Jose Angel Carrasco Carrasco Professional Profile Law Firm Profile Read More

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