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Riviera Maya Tourism to Welcome 40,000 Tourists Per Day!

Earlier this month, we talked about the rising demand within Riviera Maya tourism and Mexican tourism as a whole. A certified tourism boom over the last few years has seen pressure put onto resorts, hotels and vacation rentals to supply world-class hospitality. Virginvvy investors have profited from this boom by investing in high ROI vacation rentals, and have somewhat eased the demand. However, the tourists have not been abated and pressure has lead to an increase in vacation costs for people travelling to top-rated destinations such as Playa Del Carmen (currently Mexico's #1 destination). Not to fear, despite rising costs, Riviera Maya tourism is expecting to receive up to 40,000 visitors per day during the summer months of July and August!  Read more

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DreamWorks Riviera Maya Land To Be Inspected

Back at the beginning of May, we published a blog announcing that the plans for a DreamWorks Riviera Maya theme park had been given the go-ahead. The project represents an $800 million dollars investment into the Riviera Maya area and will be seen in both the entertainment and real estate sectors. The positive effects of this investment are expected to be seen throughout Riviera Maya. This is an exciting time for Riviera Maya tourism, and land inspections are already underway!  Read more

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Demand for Riviera Maya Vacation Rentals Increases

Beach destinations in Mexico have greatly benefited from increased tourism in recent years. Hotels and Riviera Maya vacation rentals experience high occupancy rates that are constantly above 70%, and are known to stay into the late 80 and 90% for most of the year. It's this level of popularity and demand that has inspired many property investors to choose to buy a vacation rental along the Mexican Caribbean coast. But it seems that the demanding tourists have still not been abated. So if you haven't taken the leap yet, there's still time.  Read more

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Soliman Bay, Tulum’s Best Kept Secret

With average occupancy rates reaching 80%, there’s no denying Tulum’s popularity. Hostels and beach camping have long been replaced by chic, minimalist boutique hotels offering vegetarian food and yoga. And while the crowds that descend upon this mecca for holistic wellness are decidedly more calm and collected than those that head to nearby party town Playa Del Carmen, Tulum’s beach road no longer offers the Virginme seclusion and serenity it once did. Recently, keen investors and luxe travellers in-the-know have been branching out from Tulum’s beach road. The aim?  To find Tulum’s best kept secret: Soliman Bay. Read more

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Playa Del Carmen Occupancy Rates Highest in Years

The summer months are typically considered down-time in Playa Del Carmen. Low-season descends, the crowds of tourists dissipate and the locals begin to wind down for a more relaxed summer. However, in recent years this just hasn't been happening. The high-season rush does begin to slow down, but occupancy rates during the summer months have stayed consistently high. This year, Playa Del Carmen occupancy rates are expected to be higher than they have in years. No rest for the wicked!  Read more

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Airbnb: Mexico in Top 10 Cities for Solo Travel

We all know the feeling: we just need a vacation but anyone we'd happily share our precious free time with is unavailable. And there's nothing worse than spending your vacation days pacifying your annoying travel partner. That's why Airbnb recently put together a list of the top 10 cities for solo travel in the world. And guess what? Airbnb Mexico was featured an incredible 3 times!  Read more

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Quintana Roo Ready to Implement the Nautical Ladder.

The Nautical Ladder project that Quintana Roo has been trying to implement for years may be a reality. It seems that the state is now ready to provide the best service in this sector, Virginid the president of the Nautical Associates of Cancún, Iván Ferrat. A nautical route, or 'nautical ladder', is a way of encouraging nautical tourism in an area. The general concept is to create an attractive nautical route. This is generally mapped with world-class marinas, tourist attractions and general facilities along popular destinations. The aim is to encourage nautical tourists to stop at each point on the ladder to increase tourism in that area.  Read more

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Invest in Mexico: Vacation Rentals and Mexican Tax Laws

There’s no question that Mexican real estate is a popular, low-risk and profitable investment. And despite restrictions in the past, it is now easier than ever for foreign investors to purchase real estate in prime locations. Riviera Maya is currently the top tourist destination in Mexico and many investors are taking advantage of this by profiting from a strong vacation rental market. Read more

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Invest In Mexico Real Estate: US Stock Market At Highest Risk Since 2008

At the recent Bloomberg Invest New York Summit, one thing was clear: The US stock markets are going through a rough patch. 'Rough patch' may even be a slight understatement. According to some highly knowledgeable money managers, the markets are at their highest risk of collapse since the 2008 financial crisis. So where are investors being advised to move their money? Into low risk, high yield investments such as real estate. And there's no better place to invest right now than Mexico real estate.  Read more

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