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On the market: Warm and welcoming Casa de la Paz

Casa de la Paz is one of those homes you fall in love the moment you step in....

On the market: Character-filled Casa Pila in San Sebastian

A brand new home, filled with character and built with attention to detail has just recently come on...

On the market: La Casa Verde in Santa Ana

Beautiful, practical and well-located, this award-winning Santa Ana gem is now on the market.

Casa Farolitos: All you need to live well in the Centro

Casa Farolitos is one those Centro rarities that affords its owners prime location, ample space and the coveted north-south orientation to catch the prevailing coastal breezes.

Merida’s 10th ‘House Hunters International’ recap: Meet the Wiers

Jason and Meghan Wier are, as promised, parents who wanted their young kids to enjoy living in another country.

‘House Hunters International’ episode is HGTV’s 10th trip to Merida

The only thing we know about tonight's "House Hunters International" is that it's the franchise's 10th foray in Merida.

Yucatan coast’s upscale trend gets noticed in Mexico City

The newspaper El Financiaro is positioning Progreso and its surrounding villages as a the Yucatan Hamptons.

Casa Orquideas: ‘Wow features’ right away

Of the many gorgeous homes located in Merida Centro, Casa Orquideas stands apart.

Lucia Lucia is a jewel box of a home

Next to Parque Santa Lucia, a privileged location that is walkable to everything, sits a jewel box of a home.

Casa de La Rosa, the perfect combination of old and new

Updated with the highest quality appliances, finishes, furniture and fittings, Casa de la Rosa's stunning open, airy architecture reflects the generous proportions of the lot it sits on. 

‘House Hunters International’ airs travel bloggers’ quest for home base in...

"Tommo and Megsy" search for a Centro rental for US$500. But she wants a pool and he wants his dream kitchen.

Sold: Indoor/outdoor drama near the Paseo de Montejo, and under US$300,000

Here is a fully furnished home in Santa Ana with something rare — a dramatic, panoramic view of the Paseo, from right between two of its most famous mansions.

Business for sale: Local 59

The popular restaurant has been featured in Yucatan Today magazine and monthly sales are fantastic.

Chuburná Puerto on ‘Beachfront Bargain Hunt’

An episode of "Beachfront Bargain Hunt" will be called "Peace in Chuburná Puerto."

Luxury rentals on the rise in Mérida

Luxury rentals have been booming in the city and along the coast, fetching top dollar.

House Hunters International finally finds the beach

Yasmin Hurd and her "very Texan" husband, Webster Hurd II, share their story with "HHI," even depicting their former lives back in the U.S. before moving to Chelem.

Taxes nearly tripled for negligent property owners

So far this year, 63 property owners have been fined a combined 2.7 million pesos over vacant lots that were allowed to become dumping grounds.

‘House Hunters International’ preview: Meet the Weavers

The couple from New Jersey has lived in many countries, but feel at home here. They are interested in opening a bed and breakfast in the Centro, and they bought a property to do just that.

7th Mérida-themed House Hunters episode airing soon in U.S.

A New Jersey couple with a $450,000 budget wants to start a bed-and-breakfast in Mérida. That's the plot line of a "House Hunters International" that airs next week.

Cool Itzimná casa by RR+L in AD Mexico

Mérida architects Salvador Reyes Ríos and Josefina Larraín blend California cool and Yucatan's legacy in AD Mexico's May 2015 edition.

Mérida doubles down on derelict lots

The city is more strictly enforcing rules governing untended lots, imposing fines in 2014 double the amount it assessed the previous year.

Armando Manzanero backs trova center

With the blessing of famed Yucatecan composer Armando Manzanero, the state legislative building will be converted into a cultural center honoring the trova.

Facade rescue reaches 800 homes

More than 20 years after its launch, the city's facade rescue program, Rescate de Fachadas, is about to finish its 800th renovation.

Your vacation home: Use it or lose it

The upside to letting strangers live in your house: Although they might break things, they also keep the house in motion, and watched after. Remixto's Stanley Kahng explains why it's bad for your house to keep it shuttered if you're there only part time.