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Here are the 20 most popular locations from Mexico for foreign homebuyers:

La Paz , Rocky Point, Puerto Vallarta, Lake Chapala, Valle de Bravo, Campeche, Merida, Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Cozumel, Akumal, Tulum, Costa Maya, Cabo San Lucas


Rosarito Beach is a city in the state of Baja California in Mexico. Rosarito Beach is located 20 miles south of the United States border and achieved city status in 1995 after splitting away as a suburb of Tijuana. Since then, the population of Rosarito Beach has nearly doubled. The Rosarito Beach municipality is home to over 90,000 residents within its 198 square miles.

Rosarito Beach was just a fishing village less than a century ago but has grown considerably as a tourist destination town. Part of the allure of Rosarito is that it is home to Fox Studios Baja which was built to accommodate the filming of Titanic and is still considered a popular destination for shooting movies and television programs.

Culture and history are a major factor in bringing in tourists and foreign retirees. The hacienda-style homes overlook the ocean and are considered a more peaceful option for tourists who are not so interested in the wilder parts of Tijuana to the north.

There is evidence of human habitation in Rosarito from over 4,000 years ago. Development was minimal until the 1980s when interest in building up Rosarito Beach as a tourist community was strong. Developments are newer and residents will find plenty of well-known retailers on their shopping expeditions.

The major resort areas of Rosarito are nestled along Boulevard Benito Juárez. These high rise hotels and condos offer a luxurious vacation destination to folks throughout North America. Commercial and residential development continues to grow northward toward Tijuana and south toward Ensenada.

Rosarito is mainly beach area with gentle hills and desert. The climate is considered semi-arid and the temperatures are quite mild with average highs in the mid-70s during the hottest months of July through October. The coldest months are February and March with lows averaging in the mid-50s. The rainiest months are January, February and March when 60% of the annual rainfall occurs.

Real estate is likely purchased by wealthier baby boomers eager to buy a second home or vacation home, or they may want a place to retire to. As the Rosarito Beach economy recovers from the Great Recession, more investment in homes, condos, apartments and commercial and retail property is likely.

Although currently a small population relative to its size, Rosarito is attracting new residents with major shopping districts, restaurants like those found in Lobster Village, new business opportunities and nightlife. The weather is incredible year-round and residents enjoy the infrastructure improvements that make life easier.


Rosarito, Mexico

San Jose del Cabo, Mexico
  • Country: Mexico

  • State: Baja California Sur

  • Nickname: Lobster Capital of the World

  • Population: 91,000

  • Area:

    Land:513.32 km2


Lifestyle and Culture

The Museum of Playas de Rosarito offers a glimpse into the history of Rosarito and the Baja area. Xploration takes visitors into the movie magic world on a working studio lot showcasing props and interactive exhibits. The Fox Studios Baja was the location of major blockbusters such as Titanic and Pearl Harbor which were filmed in the studio’s water tanks, the largest in the world. Xploration showcases props and interactive exhibits.

Rosarito Beach and the resort properties have some unique and fun festivals throughout the year. Some of the more popular ones include: The Baja Blues Fest, SWAT Spring Break, the Rosarito Beach International Mariachi & Folklórico Festival and Dia de los Muertos.


Entertainment and Tourism

Tourism is a major industry in Rosarito. The sunny climate and vast number of sandy beaches make it a popular destination especially for water sports enthusiasts and whale watchers. Scuba diving, sport fishing and kayaking remain extremely popular with many companies offering access to these activities.

Away from the water is horseback riding, ATV off-roading and hiking. With most of the municipality considered desert, the majority of tourists and residents tend to stay closer to the water.

Rosarito Beach has an epic nightlife with many clubs attracting Spring Breakers and party-goers. Most nightclubs are in the same area, which makes bar-hopping easy. Some of the most popular destinations are Papas & Beer, Club Iggy’s and Club Maya.

Entertainment and Tourism

Districts & Neighborhoods

There are two boroughs and over 350 localities in the Rosarito Municipality including Ampliación Ejido Plan Libertador, Primo Tapia, Ciudad Morelos, Colinas del Sol, and Santa Anita. Some of the major neighborhoods and districts within the city limits and throughout the municipality include:

Puerto Nuevo

This golf course community spans out along the hills of the Sierra de le Laguna Mountains and offer amazing views of the water. This private neighborhood maintains a desert feel with upscale amenities.

Historic Art District:

Perhaps the most famous attraction in Puerto Nuevo is the Lobster Village where over 30 restaurants famously serve up lobster. This beach community overlooks the scenic Pacific Ocean with many vacation homes, rentals, hotels and resorts.


Las Ventanas

This tranquil community is known for its peace and quiet away from the city and is considered one of the finest neighborhoods in the area. Each home is known to be elegantly designed with lots of amenities in the area. With the ocean and sandy beaches just minutes away, many vacationers and retirees are exploring Las Ventanas.

Downtown Rosarito

Downtown Rosarito is the main area of the city and is filled with a variety of shops, restaurants and activities for both tourists and locals. With everything from rustic furniture to major retailers, the downtown area of Rosarito is bustling.

Real Estate Market

Home sales in Rosarito Beach are often tied to the North American economy. During the Great Recession, many likely foreign homebuyers halted plans for a second home or a retirement home, which stalled its growth. Development is continuing to boom, however, and Rosarito has the luxuries of a nice community with an affordable cost of living. There are a lot of nearby retail stores such as Walmart, McDonald’s and Home Depot as well as easily accessible supermarkets like Calimax, and Comercial Mexicana.

There are many types of homes available in Rosarito Beach from high rise and low rise condos to single family homes. Beach front and ocean view properties are the most popular.

The most likely buyers of properties are wealthier, North American baby boomers eager to buy a second home or vacation home. For non-Mexican citizens, the country has restrictions in place regarding real estate purchases. A property must be bought through a property trust managed through a bank.

  • Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment in City Centre: Not available
  • Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment Outside of Centre: Not available
Home Style Average Rent Price
1-bedroom apartment in City Centre $333.50
1-bedroom apartment Outside of Centre $227.19
3-bedroom apartment in City Centre $614.74
3-bedroom apartment Outside of Centre $492.25

Source: (May 2017)



Rosarito’s College Center is the higher education school located in Rosarito. It is part of the public university system of Mexico and included within the Autonoums University of Baja California. There are many degree programs available including Psychology, Administration and Public Accounting, Social Sciences and Humanities, Communication, Journalism, Education and Engineering and Technology.

The public school system in Mexico is free for Mexican citizens and is managed by the Secretariat of Public Instruction, also known as SEP. Attendance is mandatory for children between the ages of 6 and 15. Due to Mexico’s diverse population of expats and foreigners, private and international schools are often used to accommodate education spoken in English.

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