Discover the coasts of Mexico with the highest real estate capital gains

American Realty

Acquiring real estate on the coasts of Mexico is an excellent opportunity to obtain a useful return on investment.

Different factors influence the increase in real estate appreciation, and one of the most significant elements for investors in these times is the capital gain of the property, which is the increase in the value of a property. The increase depends on the location, the quality of your building materials, nearby services, your guarantee of family safety, etc.

Discover the coasts of Mexico with the highest real estate capital gains

For investors, a good opportunity to achieve a large percentage of capital gains is to focus on the coastal areas of Mexico.

According to information from SECTUR (Secretaría de Turismo), in 2017, Mexico was ranked number 6 in the list of main tourist destinations in the world, while the national ranking of tourist arrivals to sun and beach destinations, placed the beaches of Cancun, Acapulco, and the Riviera Maya in the first places.

Mazatlan Sinaloa

Among its most important tourist attractions is the Cathedral Basilica of Mazatlán, in the Historic Center, the Angela Peralta Theater, the aquarium, and tours to Isla Venados.

Los Cabos, Baja California Sur

As for tourist attractions, El Arco is a typical one, as are its beautiful beaches, its camel tours, diving tours, the Cabo Pulmo National Park, and the Paseo del Arte y Galerías San José del Cabo.

Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo

Quintana Roo is a very popular state. In this wonderful coastal area in Mexico, you can find activities such as visits to cenotes, a tour of Chichén Itzá, diving in the secret river, and visiting the island of Cozumel.

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