The opening to nearshoring will make tourist destinations more attractive to foreign investors, say real estate agents.
In Quintana Roo, the attraction of investments is promoted through nearshoring, in order to detonate new non-polluting industries for the benefit of different areas, something that is done from the Institute for the Development and Financing of the State (Idefin).
Patricia Mora Vallejo, president of the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI), explained that they work to boost investment, which would also trigger factories and real estate projects and, therefore, would bring jobs and economic benefits.
“We see that now the works are benefiting the destination to be more attractive, and this means that project portfolios can be created so that they can be developed, which will be positive.”
Nearshoring is the mechanism in which a company transfers its processes to the territory of consumption: an opportunity that is being taken advantage of in Mexico.
One of the main advantages of this practice is that, on the one hand, it promotes the optimization and reduction of costs in the operations of international companies, and on the other, it promotes the generation of jobs and the economic development of the country to which the production is transferred.
She said that although the global economy has been difficult this year, little by little it will improve, which will lead to a stronger return to investment at the end of the year.
But great efforts are made that will lead to a significant investment, especially in Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Cancun. With this, they anticipate that next year the work can be made visible.
Currently Aguascalientes, Nuevo León and Coahuila have the most propitious conditions at the national level for investments; however, there is a great probability for Quintana Roo, as it is an important destination for tourism.