In a recent speech, Roberto Borge, the Governor of Quintana Roo, the state which includes Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Tulum, pointed out that the state brings in almost 50% of Mexico’s tourism income. This points to very high potential for ongoing success of the area – a good sign for those interested in investing in Tulum real estate.
He also pointed out that the Cancun Travel Mart, the state’s main forum for the travel industry, now includes 15 countries, with 100 buyers and 119 supplier companies, which translates into an overall growth of 20 to 30 percent for this year.
The governor also suggested that Quintana Roo position itself internationally as a Caribbean destination, to strengthen their ability to compete with Jamaica, Dominican Republic and Panama
Roberto Borge also pointed out that both the state and the federal government have made strong efforts resulting in presence at fairs and events scheduled in Brazil and Colombia, as well as the World Travel Mart in London, where tourist destinations in Quintana Roo will receive awards for the quality of its services.
All of these points are excellent news for Tulum real estate investors. For the communities in the region which have already boomed and begun to enjoy large amounts of success among international buyers (Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Cozumel,) the area’s strength in international tourism and excellent presence and image on the international scene have been driving factors for the growing interest in the area’s real estate.
With tourism and real estate just beginning to take off in Tulum the region’s strength and ongoing promotion from all levels of government as well as private corporations promise great opportunity for investors.
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