The world’s most successful investors already know that buying and holding raw land in the path of progress is one sure way to realize serious profits in a short period of time,but locating these opportunities before the masses can be tricky. It is this investment strategy,known as land banking,that is causing savvy investors worldwide to take a close look at Mexico’s Riviera Maya,particularly the area in and around Tulum real estate.
The seaside town of Tulum is located about an hour and a half south of Cancun along Mexico’s stunning Caribbean coast. Home to the only archaeological ruins in the world that overlook the sea,this pre-Columbian walled city of the Mayans dominated the region between the 13th and 15th centuries and has been the focus of a full-blown modern day land rush.
Mexico’s Riviera Maya is home to what Conde Nast Traveler called “the most beautiful beaches in the world,” and is where an impressive 70 percent of Mexico’s tourism dollars are spent. Also,USA Today recently reported that few places on earth have developed as quickly as the Riviera Maya. In fact,Tulum’s growth rate recently surpassed that of nearby Playa del Carmen,which lies just over 30 minutes to the north,making it the fastest growing town in all of Latin America.
So what does all of this mean for investors? It means that the area around Tulum still offers the opportunity to buy real estate in the path of growth. Consider that in 1970 Cancun had just one hotel,but it now has a population of more than 1 million. And as the population in the region spread southward,in 2006 Playa del Carmen was dubbed,“The Fastest Growing City in the World,” by the Guinness Book of World Records.
Amazingly,the area around Tulum is projected to grow even faster. In fact,with the rapid expansion and land rush that is already taking place in Tulum,property values could easily double or even triple over the next 12-36 months,but today we are still offering Tulum land banking hectares from just $20,000.
Over the past six years,our clients have already seen fantastic returns by investing in land in the path of growth here in the 80-mile stretch of Mexican Caribbean otherwise known as the Riviera Maya. Many have realized returns of 300 – 400 percent or more,and this trend is showing no signs of slowing down.
But don’t just take our word for it!;
“Mexico is a top real estate investment choice for those looking for double digit returns.”
- Jim Cramer of CNBC’s Mad Money
“Mexico is one of the best countries for business.”
“Mexico is ripe for investment.”
“Tulum is number three on the 2012 list of the world’s top ten retirement havens.”
- The Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch
Riviera Maya real estate is “a gold rush.”
- Travel & Leisure magazine
Tulum is the “hottest section in Mexico.”
- Wall Street Journal
Tulum is “one of the world’s best real estate markets in 2012.”
- International Living magazine
Tulum is the “fastest-growing town in Latin America.”
- USA Today
The Riviera Maya real estate also offers convenient access to all the conveniences of home,including Walmart,Sam’s,Costco,Home Depot,Starbucks,Outback Steakhouse,Olive Garden,Sears,Chili’s,Auto Zone,Office Depot and many more! In addition,the region will soon be home to Playboy and Hard Rock casinos,and the area’s AMC movie theatres show movies in English.
Of course,the region is also home to countless fabulous restaurants,world-class shopping and a lively nightlife scene. Local hotels have earned some of the industry’s top accolades,including a number of the prestigious 5 Diamond awards. Considering all of this,it’s no wonder that the Riviera Maya is one of the favorite places in the world for celebrities to get away from the hectic pace of daily life!
One more thing… The Cancun airport is already at its bursting point,with 190 flights per day from more than 47 countries,211 flights each week from the UK alone,and new flights being added monthly to keep up with the growing demand. This is why President Felipe Calderon and Governor Felix have announced that a new international airport will be built in Tulum,with construction expected to begin later this year.
The new airport is expected to handle at least 3 million visitors in its first year of operation. Planned for opening during the first half of 2014,it doesn’t take a genius to imagine what this will mean for real estate throughout the region.
We can show you how to make double-digit returns on purchasing land from the local Mayans at the below market price of $20,000 per hectare. Developers and foreign countries are already investing billions of dollars in Tulum,and the local government is dedicated to putting in the necessary infrastructure. As Will Rogers said,“Don’t wait to buy land. Buy land and wait.”