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New Playa del Carmen AMPI real estate board announced

Playa del Carmen, Q.R. — The new Board of Directors of the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI) section Playa del Carmen has been made official.

On behalf of the Municipal President, the Director General of Infrastructure, Dorys Aké Sierra, stressed that Playa del Carmen is one of the cities in the country and Latin America with the highest population growth, boosting the urban development and the demand for housing.

“We recognize the effort you make as real estate agents to train and provide certainty to investors who see Playa del Carmen as the ideal place to live, acquire a heritage or develop a company,” said the official.

She also said that the current administration offers the real estate industry an open door government, “with which you can discuss, propose new projects and proposals to build a better society.”

Vice President of AMPI National, Pablo Israel Vásquez Rodríguez, says that Mexico is in the process of economic development in which the real estate and construction sector contributes 14 percent to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

He also highlighted that Playa del Carmen is one of the favorite destinations in Mexico for investment, both for the acquisition of retirement homes, second homes or for the development of tourism projects.

The new AMPI Board of Directors for Playa del Carmen is made up of President Griselda Estañol Cornelio, Executive Vice President Diego García Guzmán, Vice President of Institutional Relations, Juan Luis Talamantes Vega.

The Vice President of Memberships is Lina Vanessa Ríos Vega, Vice President of Training is Leslie Suaste Ayala, Vice President of Communications, Ana Alicía López Salgado, Vice President of Events, Paola Salmerón Crandal and the Treasurer is José Pavón Ochoa.

Those responsible for the Commission of Honor and Justice include Laura Zapata, Nora Hilda Moreno Merino and Enrico Dozza.

The President of the Business Coordinating Council (CCE) Riviera Maya is María Elena Mata Pineda. President of the National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism (CANACO-SERVyTUR), José Luis Hernández Barragán. President of the Riviera Maya College of Architects, Delia Rojas Tamariz, and the President of the Civil Engineers College of Solidarity, Ramón Cárdenas González.

A.M.P.I. is the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals. It is a non-governmental organization for professional real estate services in the country with a board in every major city across Mexico. For more information, visit AMPI Playa del Carmen.