The Corona Virus Situation in Puerto Vallarta.

The Corona Virus Situation in Puerto Vallarta. RE/MAX Puerto Vallarta, with our two offices, have chosen to close our offices for the foreseeable future, starting on March 17, 2020. Even though our office areas are closed, our agents are alway available for questions and comments. The reason for this strong decision is simply that we all live in a vacation area and we have between 5,000 to 20,000 new persons coming each day. Of course, the arrivals have dropped dramatically, Read More …

HOW DO WE PROTECT OURSELVES AT HOME DURING CORONAVIRUS, AND WHAT IF SOMEONE HAS BEEN EXPOSED? 4 QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Editor’s note: As coronavirus spreads through the country, states have closed schools and nonessential businesses and prohibited group gatherings. This leaves most of us at home, but many of us live in close quarters with other people. We asked public health experts from the UNLV School of Public Health how people can protect themselves from being infected with the new coronavirus in these situations. 1. How do we protect ourselves from each other? The idea behind social distancing is to Read More …

Court freezes bank accounts of opponents of Nayarit condominium project.

A protest against the San Pancho condominium project. Court freezes bank accounts of opponents of Nayarit condominium project They claim that the developer has illegally built on almost 1,200 square meters of protected coastline Published on Wednesday, February 26, 2020 Residents and public officials in Nayarit involved in protesting the construction of a condominium complex on federally protected coastline have had their personal bank accounts frozen for over three months thanks to a lawsuit brought by the developer. Despite holding Read More …

PERCEPTION OF SECURITY IN PUERTO VALLARTA HAS INCREASED

The perception of insecurity increased in the municipalities of Guadalajara and Zapopan, while Puerto Vallarta, Tonalá, Tlaquepaque, and Tonalá, came out better qualified during the second quarter of the year, according to the National Survey of Urban Public Safety of the National Institute of Geography and Statistics. The highest percentage of people who feel safe in their Jalisco city was Puerto Vallarta. The perception of insecurity decreased from 57.4 to 43.1%, meaning 56.9% of the population consider Puerta Vallarta as Read More …