With the improvement of roads, water and drainage, the boom in this sector could last until 2026
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- With the ” boom ” in Mazatlan real estate, necessary projects of urban infrastructure and services that give certainty to investments in different areas of the city considered Alfredo Reynaga Chicuate.
The former president of the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals of Mazatlán said that if the investment in improving roads, drinking water, and drainage continues, the destination will continue to boom until 2026.
” It is a boom that greatly benefits Sinaloa and especially Mazatlán, for this reason, the importance of urban infrastructure projects in different areas of the city, there are studies that support that if you invest in infrastructure and continue to lead to different investment poles territorially, Mazatlán may have a boom until 2026, “he said.
He insisted that continuing to invest in urban infrastructure and services will give certainty to investors not only in the tourist residential area but also in the industrial sector.
The real estate agent pointed out that it is important to give it a precise arrangement so that there is no urban disorder, not only in tourism but also in social, middle, industrial, and commercial housing.
He expressed that the increase in real estate sales brings benefits in income to both the municipal and state coffers, due to the payment of Tax on Property Acquisition, Property, and ISR in federal matters.
Reynaga Chicuate added that the USMCA corridor project requires coordination between investors, authorities, federal, state and deputies, to bring investment and provide that infrastructure that factories require to consider Mazatlán as a high-altitude port and logistics.
Once again, there is a commitment from the federal government to invest in the multipurpose terminal, the expansion of the dock, the dredging of the canal, it is an investment that is being addressed, and that must be followed up.
The increase in real estate sales brings benefits in income to both the municipal and state coffers, due to the payment of Tax on Property Acquisition, Property, and ISR in federal matters.