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Homes in Spanish Spanish Speaking Countries

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Gabby Foss

on 22 March 2014

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Homes in Spanish Speaking Countries
Types of housing in Spain-

Chalet- Chalets are smaller one story houses. They are found by the coast or in the county.
Piso- These too also tend to be flat and often have shared pools.
Apartamento- These are found in costal places where tourist often visit. They are small flats.
Local- These are the spaces at the bottom of apartment buildings used for businesses.

Finca- Large estates with surrounded with land and need a lot of work to maintain.
Terreno- Just a plot of land.
Life in Mexico-
Mexico's populations is mainly
European/ Spanish, Native American, and mix of those two.
Many villages are built around central markets.


The wet season is from May to October.
Cost of living in Mexico-

The price of living in Mexico shows to be a lot less expensive than in the U.S.

It is more than 65% cheaper to rent in Mexico than in the U.S.


by Gabby Foss
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