Saturday, February 20, 2016

Dear Reader,

The Riviera Maya is a destination that’s on the up. The tourism industry is booming. Vacationers come from all over—from North America, Europe, and even Australia—to spend a week or two enjoying the surroundings.

And some decide to make the Riviera Maya their permanent vacation spot, buying a second home on this stunning coast.

As more people come, real estate prices are increasing. I’ve watched real estate prices rise steadily here in the past few years. But there is still opportunity to be had if you act now.

I first visited A-nah Tulum a few years ago. Back then, it was in the early stages—about to start construction. But the project has moved on steadily and quickly.

I could see what this community promised to become when I visited. So much so that I locked down a property of my own.

A lot has changed since I locked down that property. Now, the first phase of this community is moving towards completion. The developer will soon deliver the first homes. And I expect values will rise once other buyers see the finished project.

Back when I first visited, the real estate in this community was at bargain-level pricing. It’s risen since then. The town home I recommended to readers of Real Estate Trend Alert just two years ago was available to them for $215,000. Now it lists for almost $290,000.

It’s harder to find a good deal in this community now—but there’s still some opportunity to buy at good-value prices.

One property that’s caught my eye is a condo with garden views for $159,650. It’s the last condo of its size and type available at that price.

It’s a comfortable one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo. It has interior space of almost 700 square feet…and a small terrace outside. At that price point, it’s a good buy. More so when you take the top-class finishes into account—marble flooring and granite countertops at no extra cost.

The location is hard to beat. It’s on the Riviera Maya—one of Mexico’s prettiest stretches of coast. Close by are some of the Caribbean’s best beaches…world-class restaurants…and activities and ruins to explore. And because A-nah Tulum is situated within a larger resort, you also have restaurants, cafes, and a golf course on your doorstep.

As somewhere to spend time or as a vacation home, it’s an attractive buy.

It’s quick to get here, too. Cancun’s international airport is an hour and 10 minutes away. You can fly from the States to that airport in as little as an hour.

For a second home—or as a property you use and then rent out when you’re not using it—I see this as an interesting buy. You’re in a prime location with the best of the Caribbean on your doorstep…and a quick and easy flight back to the U.S. or Canada whenever you want it.

The last weekend in March (March 31–April 3), you can come to see this—and other A-nah properties—for yourself. The A-nah team are inviting you to come down here and to take a property tour. They’ll cover most of the costs—including three nights’ luxury accommodation. You just pay $299 per person (or $399 per couple sharing). All you need to do is book your flight. Everything else will be taken care of by the A-nah team.

If you’re interested in owning in one of the hottest real estate markets on my entire beat, I advise you to take this trip. The A-nah team are waiting to hear from you. Let them know you want to come by clicking here.

Ronan McMahon


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