There are at least two observations that we can definitely make about the State of Campeche on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. One is that inexpensive real estate is still readily available, especially cheap Mexico beachfront lots; the other is that tourism is on the verge of taking off in the area.
If you're someone looking for a quiet getaway on an undiscovered beach, the lots in question are perfect; you may ask yourself, however, how will tourism affect or change the quiet lifestyle these lots offers? Considering following points, you will see that growing tourism has only good things things to offer.
Growing tourism will increase the value of the lots. More people from the U. S. , Canada or Europe will begin to notice Campeche and it's many benefits, such as it's near perfect old colonial city (the capital, Campeche city, ) its rich natural resources for many outdoor activities, and many ancient and colonial sites to visit throughout the state; as this happens more people will be interested in living and owning property on the area's beautiful beachfront. This will raise demand, and therefore raise value; the process has already started with the appearance of upscale condo developments down the road, closer to the city. This is by any standards a good thing in the case that you wish or need to resell in the future.
More services will also begin to appear. So far, Campeche offers the basics. The area where beachfront lots are available is about 45 minutes from the city, where there is a Walmart, an international airport, a variety of restaurants, activities, and other services. The towns between the developments and the city also offer some basic shopping options and restaurants, as well as outdoor activities. The area also has several modern clinics and hospitals. With growing tourism all of this will increase, and there will be more options closer to the lots.
There'll be more neighbors from back home. A handful of Americans and Canadians have started building their homes in this beachfront area. A few more will show up – not so many that it'll be crowded, but enough so you can have the comfort of enjoying barbeques, drinks on the beach and relaxing afternoon chats with neighbors who speak the same language and are familiar with the same interests as you. (Mexican locals are very friendly, and will do a lot to communicate and connect with you, but it is a task on both sides to work through the language barrier; over time, this becomes much easier, but in the mean time it's nice to have neighbors who understand you. )
They're still out of the way enough. Even as tourism grows and more services, activities and visitors show up, these lots, 45 minutes away from the city, which will be the focal point of the growth, will remain quiet and out of the way. This can be seen on the other side of the Yucatan Peninsula, where villages like Akumal continue to offer quiet, out-of-the way lifestyle amid the booming tourism of Cancun and Playa del Carmen.
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Region: Playa del Carmen real estate Thomas Lloyd graduated from Purdue University Krannert School of Management with a degree in Management/Financial Option Investments. He has been living, investing, and working professionally in Mexico for over 15 years. A Mexican Certified Realtor he is the current president of TOPmexicorealestate, you can contact him at (512) 879-6546.