The Great Recession started in December 2007. Over the next few years millions of folks lost their jobs and homes. The boom went bust. The housing market crashed.
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In this month’s edition of Real Estate Trend Alert Insider, exclusive to RETA Lifetime members, Ronan talks to his key contact in Los Cabos, Mexico, Proto Pena. Proto is the man behind Ventanas, Cabo del Mar and is one of the most insightful and intelligent developers here, placing a strong emphasis on community.
In this month’s edition of Real Estate Trend Alert Insider, exclusive to RETA Lifetime members, Ronan talks to his key Panama contact, Alfredo Aleman, one of Panama City’s most influential and experienced developers.
Over a decade ago, I first wiggled my toes in the soft white sands of Tulúm, Mexico...felt the warm sunshine on my face as gentle breezes rustled through the palms...and gazed at the gentle turquoise waters. Ever since, this Riviera has held a special place in my heart—so much so that these days I call it home for part of the year.
Flick open my passport and you'll find stamps from countries all over the world. Look a bit closer and there's one country stamp that's in there more than any other...and that's Mexico. I've spent a lot of time scouting real estate in Mexico because of the real estate opportunities it offers. Here are three different destinations in Mexico that are on my radar right now.
The best beaches in Mexico are just 70 minutes down the coast from Cancun. Some are still deserted, dotted only with coconut palm trees and curious iguanas. Seabirds duck and dive overhead. It's a place of utter beauty and tranquility—azure blue water and total silence except for the roar of the surf. But it's not just about white-sand beaches here.
In the February edition of Real Estate Trend Alert Insider, Ronan chats to his contact on the ground in the Caribbean beach town of Placencia, Boris Mannsfeld. Boris talks about his past investments here, how he has profited, and how he intends on investing here in the future.
We stepped out of the car and into the warm Brazilian sunshine. It was a typical December day in Northeast Brazil: blue skies, comfortable temperatures, and only a smattering of clouds in the sky.
"What's Costa Rica like?" a friend asked me recently. We were sitting talking about some of our favorite places in the world. I didn't hesitate with my answer: "It's a tropical paradise."