Welcome to Mexico! Our Paradise.

Life in a Mexican Paradise

Are you considering the purchase of a property in Mexico? If so, we will undertake extensive research on your behalf and ensure you that you have hired the right  professionals to get the job done.

Pacific paradise realtors will help you live the dream of owning a second home, vacation home or retirement home in a Mexican paradise. Mexico is a land of sun, sand, relaxing by the water, fishing, world-class shopping, golf, easy-going, friendly faces, and hospitality.

Pacific paradise realtors is here to assist and educate you with every decision you will need to make. We will show you every aspect of life in Mexico. Pacific paradise realtors works closely with you to make your dreams of living in Mexico come true.


A little background about Mexico

Officially United Mexican States, republic (1995 est. pop. 93,986,000), 753,665 sq mi (1,952,500 sq km), S North America. It borders on the United States in the north, on the Gulf of Mexico (including its arm, the Bay of Campeche) and the Caribbean Sea in the east, on Belize and Guatemala in the southeast, and on the Pacific Ocean in the south and west. Mexico is divided into 31 states and the Federal District, which includes most of the country's capital and largest city, Mexico City.


Most of Mexico is highland or mountainous and less than 15% of the land is arable; about 25% of the country is forested. Most of the Yucatán peninsula and the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in the southeast is lowland, and there are low-lying strips of land along the Gulf of Mexico, the Pacific Ocean, and the Gulf of California

 In the south the deserts yield to the broad, shallow lakes of a region, comprising the Valley of Mexico, known as the Anáhuac and famous for its rich cultural heritage. South of the Anáhuac, which includes Mexico City, is a chain of extinct volcanoes, including Citlaltépetl , or Orizaba (18,700 ft/5,700 m, the highest point in Mexico), Popocatépetl , and Iztaccihuatl . To the south are jumbled masses of mountains and the Sierra Madre del Sur.


The great majority of the population are of mixed Spanish and indigenous descent and speak Spanish, the official language, as their first language. Various Mayan dialects are also spoken. Since 1920 the population of Mexico has had a very high rate of growth, almost entirely the result of natural increase; from 1940 to 1990 the population grew from 19.6 million to 81.1 million.


Mexico and the popular destinations we serve

Cancun: Preplanned and totally self contained. Beautiful white powdery beaches. Over 2 million visitors per year. Short distances to archeological wonders.

Puerto Vallarta: The second most visited destination in Mexico and home to our original office! Located on Mexico’s Pacific Coast, Vallarta or P. V. as we like to call it, is a popular destination with foreigners and Mexican families alike. With its charming and distinct colonial city by the sea feel, we welcome you to come meet what we feel are some of nicest people  you will ever meet anywhere!

Acapulco: Another popular resort that is undergoing something of a Renaissance, with two distinct areas: the “Old Town”, which was once the playground for the Rich and Famous, and the new more recently developed “Punta Diamante” further south along the coast.

Loreto: One of Mexico’s newest resort areas offering first class facilities, amenities, and activities on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula. Eco-friendly developments are springing up rapidly.

Cabo San Lucas: At the far end of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula. If you are looking for an upper class resort, some of the world’s finest golf courses can be found here. Sport fishing and mega yacht cruises are available daily.

Mazatlan: The shrimp capitol of the world! One of the youngest resort towns on the Pacific Coast, it is also one of the most economic. There are plenty of great beaches for relaxing, sun bathing, and swimming. One of Mexico’s top sport fishing destinations. Top quality golf courses with great rates and ideal weather are waiting for you in Mazatlan.

San Carlos: Located on the Sea of Cortez, the lovely Mexican resort community offers something for everyone. Beautiful white sandy beaches, spectacular dining, snorkeling, kayaking and offshore fishing. San Carlos is only 250 miles rom Nogalez, Arizona. Only a  four hour drive to this wonderful desert oasis. An 18 hole championship golf course, tennis courts, and a bowling alley can deep you busy day and night, as well as numerous gift shops for shopping as well as browsing. For the boater, two marinas are available with paved launch ramps, complete marine repair and maintenance services. Numerous restaurants serve up the freshest seafood and famous Sonoran beef. Prime real estate lots are still available and are still affordable. If you have never experienced the ambiance and relaxing feel of a Mexican seaside resort, you owe it to yourself to visit San Carlos. You may never want to leave!

La Paz: Escape to La Paz and tantalize your senses. Indulge in local cuisine and dance until the wee hours of the night. Explore historic museums or shop until you drop .A great place for sportfishing where they catch Marlin, Wahoo, Tuna, Dorado, and more. Snorkel with Sea Lions or scuba dive with Hammerhead Sharks and Giant Mantas. Kayak alongside friendly dolphins or venture into the turquoise bays of Espiritu Santos Island. Get reacquainted with yourself in beautiful La Paz.

Other areas where we can assist you in finding your dream home: Aguas Calientes, Bucerias, Chapala Lake, Chuhuahua, Collima, Conchas Chinas, Cozumel, Cuernavaca, Durango, Ensenada, Guadalajara, Guanajuato, Huatulco, Isla Mujeres, Ixtapa, Juarez, Manzanillo, Merda, Playa del Carmen, Puerto Paraiso, Riviera Maya, Tampico, Tulum, Zihnuatanejo