Why the Tulum Real Estate Market Continues to Boom

By: Andrew Schisler

During his weekend trip of the south, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador declared that Quintana Roo will be more than “just Cancun.” During his two-day trip to the southern areas and the Mayan Zones, he also emphasized an exceptional level of investment.

The governor of Quintana Roo, Mara Lezama Espinosa, pledged investments to diversify the tourism sector and produce shared riches for the local population, so he went on the outings with her.

On her first business trip as governor, Mara Lezama assessed the progress of historical projects being worked on in the state, such as the Maya Train. The state would work with the federal government to promote shared prosperity in the south and to safeguard, among other archaeological sites, Ichkabal and Paamul, which she says will attract in millions of tourists, as part of the New Agreement for the Welfare and Development of Quintana Roo, she added. This information helps explain why Tulum condos for sale have increased in value over the last three years and why there is still a strong demand for real estate in Tulum.

President López Obrador expressed hope that the Maya Train will increase tourism in the entire state of Quintana Roo on Saturday while reviewing the work achieved along the Chetumal to Tulum section.

They will make investments in the preservation of archaeological zones throughout this region. Tourists will find it more interesting since they may visit Bacalar, Chetumal, and their lovely lagoons, which benefits everyone. Quintana Roo includes Chetumal, Othón P. Blanco, and not only Cancun, he said.

We will continue to provide substantial assistance, but our first priority is to care for the abandoned area in Quintana Roo’s south. Now, with the biggest investment being made in the south, we are going to build the Maya Train, which will connect Xpujil (Campeche) with Cancun, Tulum, Carrillo Puerto, Bacalar, and Chetumal.