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Audrey Royem

Audrey Royem


Name of Your Company or Organization
Ai Real Estate Group
About Me
Originally from Colorado, I fell in love with the lifestyle in Sayulita, a beautiful town on the coast about an hour north of Puerto Vallarta, where I now live with my family. After seeing so many expats confused about the legal processes and requirements of moving and living here, and others taken advantage of by unscrupulous vendors, I decided to help.

I received my Master’s Degree in International Affairs from Columbia University, School of International + Public Affairs, and I am a dedicated International Consultant with over 10 years professional experience on diverse projects around the world.

I understand the Mexican bureaucratic process, and am honored to be your personal guide through the complexities of Mexican life. My unique understanding of the Mexican real estate market, my ability to speak Spanish, and my valuable network of contacts, all work to assure you accurate service in any type of situation.

My motto and promise to you: We do it right the first time!
Where I’m From
Colorado
Where I Live Now
Sayulita, Riviera Nayarit, Mexico
Countries Doing Business In
Mexico
All services your organization provides
Land for sale
Pet relocation
Property management
Real estate for rent
Real estate for sale
Relocation services

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Instead of drinking water out of the taps, we get garrafones, which are just large jugs of potable water, delivered to your house.  That’s what everybody drinks, that’s what restaurants serve, that’s what ice is made out of, etc. The ga... Read More
There are many areas in the general Puerto Vallarta area.  The first one I’ll discuss is the Sayulita area, which is a small town about an hour north of Puerto Vallarta, which draws a very different, unique type of clientele with not as many retired... Read More
All the restaurants in the Puerto Vallarta area are fabulous. There is a lot of variety. The restaurants in Sayulita, where I live, about an hour north of Puerto Vallarta, are absolutely wonderful.   In both areas you get this really great fusion of Europ... Read More
The architecture in the Puerto Vallarta area tends to be more traditional Mexican, with talavera tiled roofs, painted tiles, and arches and domes. You can have anything from that to a more natural type of construction using palm leaves called palapas for roofs. We... Read More
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