Mexican airport operator Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (ASUR) reported Monday that its second-quarter profit rose by more than 20 percent,certainly achieved by increased passenger traffic according to Reuters.
Not surprising to the analysts,quarterly passenger traffic increased 7.4 percent,with close to a 15 percent increase in local travelers and more than a 2 percent rise in international passengers,the company recently reported to the Mexican stock exchange.
Impressive numbers are being posted in International traffic with the aggressive tourism marketing that President Calderon has implemented.
Mexico's fantastic bargains and diverse locations are the reason people continually display support for Mexico. Recently,Delta added four new flights and British Airways has now added new direct flights from London now that the Riviera Maya is Richard Branson’s “New darling.”
Clearly the increase in passenger traffic,and a brand new International Airport in the works in Tulum,located 60 minutes south of Cancun,has and will continue to have a significant effect on Riviera Maya Real Estate.
With more and more folks enjoying convenient and easier access to this slice of paradise,property and land values are increasing exponentially as each new visitor experiences the beauty and economic common sense to be owning and investing in the path of progress and Tulum Real Estate has felt the effects.
Whether an income producing property or simply raw land to buy and hold, it is comforting to investors to know their hard earned money is in a "Recession proof" marketplace.
Tulum and the Riviera Maya is the fastest growing area in Mexico and Latin America. The experts at Investment Properties Mexico can guide you to the right investment for you in order to fully capitalize on this once in a lifetime opportunity to own in the last and nicest stretch of white sandy Caribbean beaches.