CANCUN, Q. Roo — “The dynamics and agility of the property business in our state require constant training of real estate consultants who can provide certainty and confidence to national and international markets”, said the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Mauricio Rodriguez Marrufo, at the ceremony of “AMPI’s Official Enrollment of the First Generation of Real Estate Professionals of Quintana Roo”.
Accompanied by the president of the Mexican National Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI), Antonio Hanna Grayeb, at the Cancun Convention Center, the secretary awarded 47 people who completed the 150 hours training course to achieve their accreditation and registration as real estate consultants.
Governor Roberto Borge Angulo said that he will enforce legal certainty in the acts of buying and selling real estate, as well as ensure that the transfers are made within the highest standards of professionalism and ethics.
Marrufo Rodriguez highlighted the collaboration between AMPI and the State Government to create the “Law of real estate services of the State of Quintana Roo”, which main objective is to order processes of real estate services and ensure that private property is respected.
“The real estate activity in the state is very agile, new projects are constantly developing, from single family to large housing developments, making it necessary to involve buyers and sellers, in order to boost the economy and contribute to the generation of wealth, employment and quality of life for the people of Quintana Roo,” he said.
The national president of AMPI, Antonio Hanna Grayeb thanked Governor Roberto Borge Angulo for the team work with local authorities to create the “Law on Provision of Real Estate Services of the State of Quintana Roo”, which provides legal certainty to property purchase and sale, and said that Quintana Roo real estate has an impact at international level.
Similarly, he congratulated the 47 real estate consultants for its accreditation and certification. He said that constant training stimulates and develops knowledge and provides the tools to achieve personal and business goals.
Gov. Borge also said that the accreditation and certification along with the proper updating of commercial and legal knowledge will allow more and better job opportunities that will improve the quality of life of certified real estate consultants and their families.
The event was attended by Antonio Hanna Grayeb, national president of AMPI; Miguel Angel Lemus Mateos, president of AMPI Quintana Roo; Rolando Melo Novelo, Secretary of Urban Development and Ecology of Benito Juarez; Laura Piña Fernandez, secretary of Tourism; Ana Gardelia Mex, president of the College of Civil Engineers, and Lauro Trejo Pérez, president of the College of Architects of Cancun.
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