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06 June, 2019

Riviera Maya Train Brings $7.9B USD in Mexico Real Estate Investment

The highly anticipated Riviera Maya Train project is expected to add at least $7.9 billion dollars (U.S.) to existing Mexico real estate investment plans on the Yucatan Peninsula, according to Fonatur. As head of that organization’s National Tourism Promotion Fund, Rogelio Jiménez Pons says research shows that a variety of new real estate investments are already in the planning stages, including shopping centers, warehouses, condos and other developments. The new real estate projects will be built close to the 15 train stations that are currently proposed for the new railway, which will link towns throughout the Riviera Maya and Yucatan Peninsula with destinations in the neighboring states of Campeche and Chiapas.

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14 May, 2019

1st Wind Farm Opens in Mexico’s Yucatan, Many More Set to Follow

The Mexican government has officially inaugurated its first sustainable-energy wind park in the Yucatan as part of a bold plan to combat the effects of climate change and invest in green power. The new wind farm is located on the coast northeast of Merida in Dzilam de Bravo and will provide six percent of the total energy consumed in Yucatan state. It is the first of 27 planned green energy parks coming to the region, including one that is already under construction just to the south in the town of Tizimín. 

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11 April, 2019

Mexico’s Riviera Maya Sees Impressive 65% Investment Increase for 2019

Mexico’s Riviera Maya region is projected to remain one of the nation’s strongest economies in 2019, with a 65 percent investment increase projected for this year according to the regional development and finance institute. Situated in the state of Quintana Roo, the Riviera Maya stretches south from Cancun through Playa del Carmen, Puerto Aventuras and Tulum along Mexico’s only Caribbean coast, so this region is a natural hotspot for tourism, including a wide variety of exciting adventure and eco-travel options.

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21 March, 2016

Gulf Oil Corporation will seek to cover at least 25% of the market of petrol stations in Mexico and will operate up to 2,000 service stations by 2019. This month (March) will offer the first franchise opportunities and Gulf Oil expects to close 2016 with at least 100 units.

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02 August, 2015

Reuters announced a new private equity trust that is focused on a variety of infrastructure and energy projects throughout Mexico over the next few years, totaling close to $150 million US dollars. The EXI Fund is managed by Mexico Infrastructure partners and will reportedly use CKDs, a type of relatively new investment vehicle, to permit investors to engage in a wider range of project ventures, including project conception and the management of assets over the life of the investment. 

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12 January, 2015

In beginning of 2010 construction began upon the highway running through the once sleepy town of Playa del Carmen. The goal is to build a series of three bridges, beginning at the most northerly point of the town and finishing at the most southerly, to alleviate the traffic congestion experienced by an average of nearly 20 thousand drivers daily.  Experts have stated that the 22 minutes it took each driver to pass through the city resulted in a daily loss of $300 thousand pesos is operation inefficiency.

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01 April, 2013

Cabo San Lucas, which is located in the state of Baja California Sur, has long been a favorite destination in Mexico of Hollywood’s elite, from John Wayne and Bing Crosby enjoying the sport fishing here in decades past, to Jennifer Aniston and George Clooney becoming familiar faces on the beaches of Cabo in more recent years. As the San Francisco Chronicle reports, today Cabo San Lucas real estate is more accessible than ever, thanks to the completion of two new highways last year.

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10 March, 2013

As one of the leading railroad companies in the United States,Union Pacific connects with Mexico real estate at six important entry points, transporting a variety of goods between the two countries. In fact, this relationship has consistently earned the railroad nearly $2 billion in revenues, historically amounting to at least 10 percent of its total annual income from freight. In 2011, this figure rose to an impressive 16 percent and top analysts fully expect this trend to continue in the coming months and years, predicting that Mexico will remain an important driver of business growth for Union Pacific. 

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