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Baja

(bŏ`yŏ), city (1991 est. pop. 38,867), S Hungary, on the Danube River. It is a river port and a road and rail hub, where agricultural products of the surrounding region are traded and processed. Industries produce machinery, furniture, and chemicals. A fine 18th-century town hall and several baroque churches are in the city.
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Major developers along Baja's Gold Coast from Tijuana to Ensenada will be featured, along with daily seminars on buying property in Baja.
In addition, a companion expo will showcase handmade Mexican furniture and crafts, which are enjoying a renaissance along with the Baja building boom.
ROSARITO BEACH, Mexico -- A major October exposition at the famous Rosarito Beach Hotel will highlight Baja oceanfront properties for sale as well as the lifestyle that has made the area so attractive to U.
com, a prime source for purchasing property in Baja.
ROSARITO BEACH, Mexico -- At a time when California housing prices are out of the reach of many, thousands of Americans are buying beautiful Baja oceanfront homes at a fraction of U.
There has been a tremendous surge in growth here in the past two years, primarily from Americans attracted by Baja and the great property values here," said Rafael Liceaga, IBO president.
Forty developers, title and finance companies including ReMax Baja Realty and Stewart Title will participate in the free Investing in Baja's Oceanfront exposition.
The exposition will feature free daily information seminars on how to buy property in Baja, conducted by experts in the field.
More than 90 percent of the developers will be there," said Hugo Torres, an organizer of the exposition whose sponsors include the Baja state Secretary of Tourism and the city of Rosarito.
As well as developers, Stewart Title and finance companies will attend, three free seminars will be held each of the first two days and two on the third to provide potential buyers with all the information they need about investing in Baja real estate.
for people seeking property near the ocean in Baja, California.
The series is sponsored by Baja California's Secretary of Tourism and the city of Rosarito Beach.