Have you ever wondered why Playa del Carmen condo sales on the beachfront have not only continued to be great, but are even improving, always offering buyers more? Here's one reason; Playa del Carmen is making a considerable effort to maintain the beauty and usability of its beaches.
Considering 2010/2011, there are a couple of great examples of this effort. In 2011, for example, there is going to be a continuation and expansion of a beach surveillance program. Playa del Carmen's port authority and the municipal Department of Control and Public Safety will be operating a joint surveillance operation, which will stretch from Playacar at the south end of the city, all the way through the downtown area, north to Xcalacoco beach, the city's newest up-and-coming area.
The surveillance program will ensure that the beaches are safe, clean and quiet, avoiding the vendors which crowd other beachfront communities; the products these vendors sell often produce garbage as well – a disadvantage which Playa del Carmen has carefully avoided through such patrols ensuring that no unauthorized vendors are present; authorization is only granted to those who contribute to the very positive, clean image which the city and investors have carefully developed.
This program is especially important for Playa del Carmen condo sales at the north end of the city, in the Xcalacoco area. Since this area is emerging as the city's newest upscale area, it is of highest importance that the image of the beaches continues to offer the relaxing, natural atmosphere which attracts so many tourists and real estate buyers right now; and the city is making every effort to follow through with this responsibility.
This also indicates that investors can buy condos in this area with all confidence that it will attract a growing amount of tourism, and that future property demand will increase with the ongoing protection of its developing, up-scale atmosphere.
Many handicrafts and excellent artwork is available at nice shops downtown, and regional culture fairs in the city square and downtown parks; recently regions such as Oaxaca and Chiapas have been featured, not only selling everything from blankets to bracelets and children's toys and wall hangings, but also featuring dance and music shows. The laws against unauthorized vending on the beach also protects this cultural aspect of Playa del Carmen, ensuring that tourists are exposed to authentic handicrafts and culture.
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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.