Los Cabos

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From record sales to new listings and landmark office debuts, August was a busy month for The Agency. All eyes were on our A-List team of agents (and clients) as they made remarkable real estate moves around the globe. Here are some of the month’s hottest headlines that made waves. 

848 HOT SPRINGS ROAD - This Spanish palace-inspired villa in Montecito got a nod from Forbes, which spotlighted the 11,947-square-foot mansion and its style, which “recalls another time and place, like a Moorish monarch’s palace from the 13th century (except situated on a picturesque hillside in affluent Montecito).” The property, Forbes writes, is “like a mirage, it arouses double-takes.”  Billy Rose, who represents the home, described its eclectic style to Robb Report

Live out every mariner’s dream and park your prized possession right in your backyard. These estates, from Fort Lauderdale to Los Cabos, Riviera Nayarit and La Paz, offer the best of waterfront living with dedicated space to keep your yacht (and other seaworthy toys) moments from your doorstep. 

The Mediterranean-style estate at 1235 East Lake Drive, represented by Jared Ringel, is perfectly positioned in Fort Lauderdale's exclusive guard-gated Harbor Beach community and offers incredible views of the intracoastal and Lake Sylvan. While the 15,000-square-foot, ten bedroom, seven-bathroom home is stunning on its own, yachtsmen will love its 359 feet of deepwater frontage, which can accommodate several mega yachts.

785 NE 33rd Street, also known

The Agency is once again on the move, continuing its expansion into Mexico with the opening of offices in La Paz and Todos Santos. Both offices will be led by Bernardo Mucino Koenig and Juan Diaz—who also spearheads The Agency’s Los Cabos office, alongside Adrienne Davis—and will serve the La Paz and Todos Santos markets. 

Located north of Cabo San Lucas on the Pacific coast of the Baja California Peninsula, Todos Santos is one of Mexico’s best-kept secrets. A haven for artists, surfers and expats alike, the sleepy seaside town has been experiencing much buzz over the past few years with the arrival of innovative farm-to-table restaurants, high-end hotels and new real estate development. 

Equally enchanting is the city of La Paz. The capital of

Miraflores is a small town hidden away from the international spotlight; a lush oasis nestled at the foothills of the Sierra La Laguna Mountains, about an hour’s drive northeast of San Jose del Cabo. It’s hard to imagine a place so close to the desert hillsides of Los Cabos described as “lush.” However, the Sierra La Laguna blossoms year-round, featuring gently flowing streams and charming, picturesque towns, such as Miraflores and its neighbor, Santiago. These towns have existed for ages, some founded in the 1700’s when the European mining companies established gold and silver mines along the California Baja peninsula.

Miraflores’s “claim to fame” is the very tasty, colorful fruit called “pitahaya,” which grows on the tall cacti “cardones,” the abundant

There is an art to throwing the perfect BBQ. And the resort destinations of Mexico make it rather easy, with desert, jungle and panoramic ocean views serving as the perfect backdrop. Below you’ll find a mix of inspiration and recommendations, from incredible entertaining spaces to culinary stylings, to help make your next BBQ an affair to remember. 

INSPIRING VENUES - Punta Mita - A private, oceanfront villa in the exclusive La Punta Estates enclave at Punta Mita, Casa Koko offers a spectacular setting for everything from a large-scale gathering to an intimate family affair. The nine-bedroom villa features an incredible palapa dining terrace, infinity-edged pool and private beachfront lounge. The villa, which sleeps 22 guests and is available for $12,000

Natural wonders abound in Mexico’s world-class vacation destinations, from pristine beaches to colorful sunsets, from the tropical jungles of Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit to the vivid desert landscapes of Los Cabos. Life in Mexico was meant to be enjoyed outdoors, with incredible homes and properties designed for year-round outdoor entertaining. Here, we spotlight five ways to bring your outdoor living spaces to the next level, whether overlooking the beach or beside the rolling green fairways. 

Bring The Fire - There’s nothing like a well-placed fire pit to light up the night sky or provide a stunning contrast to the turquoise ocean waters. The aptly named Casa Fuego y Agua, located within the prestigious Palmilla Caleta Loma enclave in San Jose

Born and raised in Los Cabos, The Agency’s Eduardo Espinosa has a special connection with the ocean and the beauty of the California Baja. An avid surfer and outdoorsman, he doesn’t just sell the Cabo lifestyle, he lives it day in and day out. Below is his personal story of his quest for true “waterman” status. 

By Eduardo Espinosa

Growing up in Los Cabos, my desire to live the life of a waterman began at a very young age. Despite my lifelong love of the ocean and the lifestyle that goes with it, my quest to become a true waterman continues to this day. 

Being a waterman, or waterwoman, is not just about enjoying the beach and embarking on ocean adventures. Defining the term in my own words, “A waterman is a person who nurtures a special

Our picks of places to go and things to do to make the most of your month in and around Puerto Vallarta, Punta de Mita and Los Cabos.

CATCH SOME WAVES HERE - Punta Mita is hosting its annual Punta Mita Surf Camp beginning July 31 through August 2, featuring two Mexican surf legends, Diego Cadena and Coco Nogales. They’ll be joined by SUP experts and yoga instructors for an extraordinary program of surf, SUP and yoga along the scenic Punta Mita coastline. The event offers personalized instruction for everyone from the novice to the seasoned pro. 

GET THE KIDS PADDLING HERE - One of Punta Mita’s most popular activities for younger residents and guests is the SUPKids Camp, coming July 1-4 and July 8-11.  This year’s event will again offer amazing

-  Fresh catch is the specialty at The Blue Shrimp, a Puerto Vallarta classic with a newer location along the scenic and tranquil lagoon in Nuevo Vallarta. Not only does it offer shrimp prepared 30 different ways, the restaurant also serves fresh lobster, fish and oysters delivered everyday by local fisherman, as well as authentic Mexican specialties. OR HERE - A local favorite specializing in “mercadito-style” seafood, El Barracuda is surrounded by lush vegetation, steps from the Nuevo Vallarta Marina. Ceviche, seafood tacos and surf and turf combinations are served alongside fresh, locally grown produce in a casual, laid back atmosphere with stellar service. OR HERE - If you’d like a break from Mexican cuisine, La Dolce Vita is a popular

Sophisticated and steeped in history, these six properties—from a turn-of-the-century, knoll-top home in Montecito to a colorful Hacienda-style retreat in La Paz—combine contemporary comforts with one-of-a-kind antique elements. When it comes to these estate, the past has never felt more alive.


Under a roof crafted with imported 400-year-old Spanish tile sits this sprawling home, created by internationally renowned Dalinger Designs. Perched on a nearly half-acre lot amidst the hills of L.A.’s Mount Olympus neighborhood, this sunny estate,represented by Farrah Brittany, Mauricio Umanksy and Eduardo Umansky, melds old-world details (think hand-hewn, wood-beamed ceilings and custom lighting fixtures) with