Tourists stroll and shop along the oceanfront promenade in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, around sunset. Mexico is considering a constitutional change that would allow foreigners to hold deeds to property near the coast.
Tourists stroll and shop along the oceanfront promenade in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, around sunset. Mexico is considering a constitutional change that would allow foreigners to hold deeds to property near the coast. MCT
Tourists stroll and shop along the oceanfront promenade in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, around sunset. Mexico is considering a constitutional change that would allow foreigners to hold deeds to property near the coast. MCT

Mexico, to attract U.S. retirees, may ease limits on landownership

May 09, 2013 1:06 PM