You'll find wooden boardwalks for long strolls through the dunes and nature preserves. There are miles of cycle paths, popular for rollerblading too.
The Riviera Maya draws millions from all over the planet. Europeans come in droves during their summer, North Americans escape their winter, Latin Americans are drawn at holidays like Easter…there are direct flights from Russia, Japanese and Chinese tourists are coming…there’s always people visiting.
The best deals I bring to you have one thing in common: They sell fast. Members are quick to recognize the potential they offer and the gains to be made—and they're just as quick to act. That was certainly the case when I opened the Residences at Playa Caracol yesterday.
I just recorded a phone call with my senior researcher Margaret Summerfield who's just back from Playa Caracol... Listen now.
It's been a few hours since the doors opened to our deal steps from the beach in Playa Caracol. The phones have not stopped ringing. The sales team has been flat to the mat trying to get back to every RETA member who called and couldn't get through.
Our Playa Caracol deal is now open...
In three hours, our brand-new deal in Playa Caracol on Panama's Pacific Riviera is open. I can't emphasize enough just how big of a deal it is to come across true beachfront luxury homes so close to a global hub like Panama City at this price...
Tomorrow at 1 p.m. ET our newest deal opens in the Residences at Playa Caracol. It's important you understand this opportunity fully so that you're ready to act tomorrow. That's why I recommend you read this deal recap right now...
In 1948, an empty acre and a half on Point Dume in Malibu sold for the princely sum of $3,100. Today, a 0.9-acre lot there is listed at $3.75 million.
A recent report from global real estate consultancy Knight Frank shows that beachfront homes command a premium of 58.5%. The report also states that waterfront properties are amongst the most desirable, which is backed up by research from Zillow.