Riviera Maya, Q.R. — Approximately 100,000 properties located in five municipalities of the state with tourism potential will be reviewed to rule out irregularities.
Properties listed in the government’s Plataforma Estatal de Información Catastral will be updated by Instituto Geográfico y Catastral del Estado de Quintana Roo (Igece).
The agency says the properties to be reviewed include 54,000 properties located in Playa del Carmen and Puerto Aventuras in the municipality of Solidaridad, 21,800 in Tulum, 13,500 in Bacalar, 7,500 properties located in Holbox, Kantunilkín and Chiquilá in the municipality of Lázaro Cárdenas, as well as 3,200 in Isla Blanca in the municipality of Isla Mujeres.
According to Igece, the project is being undertaken due to the exponential growth in some of the state’s municipalities.
“In the properties there will be a compilation of information including measurements of buildings and lots, the assembly and structuring type of the properties and its current use,” they said adding that photographs will be taken and linked to the properties registered in the updated database.