The region that is developing faster than any other in Mexico is the Caribbean Riviera Maya, and it’s not a secret that smart investors are now turning towards Tulum real estate.




Why Tulum real estate?

The still-sleepy village is home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, natural attractions, Mayan culture and sophisticated gastronomy. Its relaxed but energetic eco-chic vibe has been sending a signal that the town is about to wake up to some major developments.


Tulum is poised for growth in every way – from its real estate market to infrastructure, new hotels, restaurants and luxury developments – but it’s also dedicated to preserving its unique natural ecosystem.


The value of Tulum real estate is connected to many factors:


1. The state of Quintana Roo has been consistently growing for the past 15-20 years.


2. From 1970 till 2010 the main tourist cities in Quintana Roo state have gone from simple villages with a few families to real cities. In total, the state has evolved from  88,150 in 1970 to 1,468,469 inhabitants in 2010.


3. Tulum real estate will get really affected when a Rail network will connect the entire state of Quintana Roo. It will be completed by 2019.


4. There is an on-going negotiation about a construction of Tulum’s own airport.


5. At the moment, most of the land around Tulum assigned to urban growth is poorly developed and is still affordable.


6. The property value growth for Tulum real estate investors is about 8-10% per year, and it could be more than double for beachfront properties.


7. If you made a Tulum real estate investment, it has advantages not only in value increase, but also in rental income that guarantees an annual return of around 10%.


8. In 2008-2011, when recession hit global markets, the land and real estate prices in Tulum remained stable.


9. From 2012 till 2014the beach land prices went from $75 USD for 1 m2 up to $150 USD, while in 2007 the price was only $30-40 USD. Example: in 2012 the 1,000 m2 land in Tulum village was priced at $31,000 USD; in 2013 the price went up to$46,000 USD; in 2014 this land costs $77,000 USD.


10. The neighboring, still unexplored region of Costa Maya has been selected by FONATUR (The National Mexican Trust for Promotion of Tourism) as the next region to develop. The Trust is planning to develop 7,800 hotel rooms in Costa Maya, a Marina, a high-quality golf field, a theme park, commercial centers, beach clubs, tourist, recreational and entertainment services, as well as an urban center with 20,800 houses. Once the projected work is finished, Costa Maya is expected to draw 11 million tourists annually, which will in turn create about 40,000 work places.


Besides the numbers that point in the direction of growth in real estate prices, investing in Tulum real estate also means a decision to spend some time per year or completely move (depending on your plans) to a place that overwhelms with its natural beauty, attractions and eco-chic sophistication.


So what makes life in Tulum so special in terms of a lifestyle? 



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