Sellers


Documents required to sell/list a property


Identificacion oficial – Official Id

for Mexicans the INE or passport, for foreigners only passport


Pago Predial al corriente – property taxes paid

The property taxes are paid annually, normally due by April, some states give special discounts starting the month of November with 30%, December 20%, January 10% etc, for the closing the notary public will need a copy of the property tax receipt corresponding to the year or the sale of the property.


Certificado Libertad de Gravamen – Certificate Free of Liens

Costs less than $200 pesos, Documents requested; Id of owner, cadastral certificate and copy of last property tax receipt
Documents requested; cadastral number of the property, cost $300 pesos approx


Cedula Catastral – Cadastral Certificate

This document states information like the amount of squared meters of the property, government assessed value of land and construction which is needed to calculate the annual property tax and some more information about the property.


Certificado de No Adeudo Predial – Certificate of No Property Taxes debt

Documents requested; cadastral number of the property, cost $300 pesos approx


Certificado de No Adeudo Agua – Certificate of No Water Services Debt

Documents requested; Copy of the last water bill paid, cost $100 pesos approx


Certificado de No Adeudo Obra Estatal – Certificate of No State Works Debt

Documents requested; receipt of last property tax paid


Certificado de No Adeudo Obra Municipal – Certificate of No City Works Debt

Basically these are the most important documents the notary public will need and request to

These are the main documents which the notary public will request in order to do the legal transfer of the property from seller to buyer.

If you have any questions about any of these documents feel free to contact any of our agents and we will happy to answer all your questions.