The Mundo Imperial Expo, in the Diamond Zone of Acapulco, Guerrero, will host the 2019 Real Estate Tourism Summit, organized by the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI), an event that will focus on Disruptive Real Estate.
In a press conference, Pablo Vásquez Rodríguez, national president of the AMPI, said that this forum, to be held from August 28 to 30, has as main objective to reflect on the changes and challenges that the real estate sector is facing in technological and sustainable matters, with the purpose of strengthening Mexican destinations and make them more attrractive to investors.
He explained that the intention of this forum is also to strengthen this “niche” market that could represent a huge income potential for the country.
According to Softec, 721 thousand vacation properties are purchased in the United States with a market value of 144 billion dollars, and Mexico has only a 0.3% share of this market. However, the projection is to have the 1% in the short term, and 5 percent in the long term.
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