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Mary You mean your real estate agent that got that big fat commission from you when you bought your Penasco property didn't tell you how to get household things down here?

Go right back and ask them...you paid for their 'expertise'....
Ramona Best is to take your time & buy used furniture in Penasco from others who are moving out,etc. Look for bulletin boards,classified ads on web sites,run your own ad,etc. If you must haul a huge trailer of your stuff down there you can get a one time permit from the closest Mexican Consulate to you & your load will not be charged any taxes at the border. You have to have a inventory list of all items though.
kramer We had everything listed out and receipts to match. They only looked once at the items we had by walking around the cars. We did not have any large used items, just lamps, dishes etc which we have taken on numerous other trips.
hairy kramer...did you take items that were used or stuff that you have owned for awhil? If so, how did you verify the values?

thank you
kramer no but they are very expensive for a load. Don't forget you have to pay customs tax on the furniture you are bringing in. They only load on Monday and move on Tuesday so we did not use them. We ended up taking a trailor down three different times.
jentegge Has anyone used Beamus moving? I need to move into Las Palomas soon and I am at a loss!