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Riviera Mujeres, the new tourist brand of the Mexican Caribbean

New investment opportunity in the Mexican Caribbean

The development of the Isla Mujeres area will give rise to the new tourist brand of the northern zone of Quintana Roo. This new tourist destination will have characteristics similar to the Riviera Maya or Cancun, for the type of attractions it will offer. The difference will be a destination with its own characteristics and not part of any site. For several years this sector has been characterized by exclusivity, focused on tourists with high purchasing power.

This area has five star hotels and Gran Turismo, which offer luxury infrastructure such as amenities and restaurants; Surrounded by abundant nature and next to the beautiful Caribbean beaches of white sand and turquoise water. New investment opportunity in the Mexican Caribbean.


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The Mexican Caribbean wins five international tourism awards

The Riviera Maya and Cancun triumph in the 2017 Travvy Awards held at Gotham Hall in New York, USA. What consolidates the Mexican Caribbean as a modern destination, competitive and of high excellence for the domestic and international traveler. Luxury homes for sale in Cancun.

The Travvy Awards are considered the most prestigious Resort Industry Academy Awards, recognizing the highest standards of quality and excellence in the industry and honoring companies, travel products, agencies and destinations for their Outstanding achievements. Chosen by more than 100 thousand travel agents around the world.

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The sale of average housing at its highest level

The demand for middle-level housing experiences the highest volume in four years.

Residences for sale in Cancun. The middle-level housing is one with a value of 736 thousand to one million 577 thousand pesos.

From January to September of 2016, 98 thousand 613 houses and departments of middle segment were commercialized. This represented a 27 percent increase over the number of units in the same period of 2015.

At the end of December, the Bank of Mexico (Banxico) revealed that the bank’s credit to housing grew 10.6% to November 2016. This meant an acceleration over previous months. This, coupled with historical lows that hit interest rates, triggered the demand for middle-level housing.
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