What are the differences between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas?

In the far end region of the California peninsula – known as La Baja-, Cabo San Lucas sits to the south-west tip and San Jose del Cabo to the east, and both form what is commonly known as “Los Cabos”. These two towns are so unique and wonderful for their own qualities that calling them undividedly don’t do them justice; plus sometimes it gets a little confusing so here’s a little review.

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Special for Custom-Made Hospitality Projects

Imagine a place that could elicit an innermost desire to call it home without a shadow of a doubt. A place is so enamoring that whoever sets foot there will most likely want to build a custom-project, lavish ocean getaway from the ground up. That place could easily be Southern Baja. But along with an ideal vision of a master plan, finding a piece of land on which to build it is an absolute must. Following are a few of the options showcased by The Agency Los Cabos offers that are awaiting their ‘break ground’ moment.

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Buying a SPEC home in Cabo

A SPEC home is a house built with the intention of selling it for a profit, either as-is or with very minimal changes.  The builder completes the construction “speculating” that someone will buy it once it is complete.  In essence, a SPEC home is a move-in-ready home that a developer builds for an unspecified buyer, and traditionally it is constructed…

Mexican Wine?

Yep – there is such a thing.  Who knew?  Winemaking began in Mexico in the 16th century with vines exported from Europe. While there were indigenous grapes prior to the Spanish Conquest, the Spaniards found that Spanish grapevines did very well in Mexico.  Winemaking was originally prohibited in Mexico with the exception of wine for church purposes.  CHANGING TIMES Wine…

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