An 85-kilometer/50-mile coastal hotel zone stretching from Sisal to Telchac Puerto was suggested Monday by the president of the Mexican Association of Hoteliers of Yucatán.
Casa Xólotl has gotten the attention of numerous websites that curate details of the world’s most interesting homes.
A high demand for masons has raised the cost of labor between 10 and 15 percent.
Personnel from the Municipal Directorate of Urban Development, with support from municipal police, halted demolition work at a house on Calle 51.
Mexico is the first choice for U.S. citizens looking to buy a second home off the mainland, a new study has concluded.
As the north of the city continues its building boom, new trends and demographic shifts are apparent.
Well-heeled Canadians, turned off by an uncertain political environment in the United States, are heading even further south for vacation real estate investments this winter, reports the Globe & Mail.
The value of historic properties located in the heart of Merida have climbed impressively in recent years because, according to land records from 1996 to 2016.
Twelve new hotels will rise across Mérida within the next few years, adding 1,600 rooms to the city’s supply, according to tourism officials.
They loved it here for Spring Break. Now, will U.S. and Canadian Baby Boomers think of Canada as a retirement haven? Real estate sellers hope so.