Monthly archive April, 2012

Mexico Pushes Back Against Texas and U.S. Travel Alerts

We are off to a slow start this year in the Tourism and Real Estate Sectors. Mexico, in large part due to industrial activity, is riding out the global economic crisis. The real estate market in the tourist zone remains soft, but there are some a few bright spots and REALTORS® are entering the year...

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Mexican economy faring well

Mexican Housing Industry Predicted to Remain Stable Ariel Cano Cuevas is the Director General of Vivienda, Mexico’s national housing agency. He delivered the key note speech at the recent Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI) Toma de Protesta (Inauguration) in Mexico City. During the presentation he announced new initiatives for two social housing agencies,...

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AMPI news April/May

AMPI and NAR Renew Working Agreement The Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI) and the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) have renewed their working relationship and affiliation.   Below are some of the key points outlined in the agreement: ·         AMPI will prepare a marketing program and will encourage its members to become members...

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