Riviera Maya, Q.R. — Four new Quintana Roo AMPI boards of directors were announced over the weekend. Personnel from the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI) Tulum, Chetumal, Puerto Morelos and Cancun all announced new boards.
Francisco Reyna Gómez was sworn in as President of the Asociación Mexicana de Profesionales Inmobiliarios (AMPI) Tulum in the presence of Ignacio Lacunza Magaña, the National AMPI President, and Miguel Ángel Lemus, AMPI Regional Coordinator.
Reyna Gómez says the focus is the training of real estate agents and the affiliation to AMPI in Tulum.
“The most important thing for us is training and we want to open several courses, regardless of the one given by AMPI online, with the Specialized Training and Research Center.
“We are going to focus on the aspiring real estate advisor diploma that La Salle and Canaco teach to start giving it face-to-face in Tulum and for the real estate community to join this organization,” he explained.
The new president of AMPI Tulum considered that there is a lack of knowledge of the processes, protocols and laws to practice this profession.
In Puerto Morelos, a new board was also created, Mayor Blanca Merari Tziu Muñoz, witnessed the swearing in of the new Board of Directors of the Council of the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI) of Puerto Morelos.
She said that “real estate development is key in places of preponderant tourist activity, such as our municipality.” She says that the work of real estate professionals is the backbone of structured development in the municipality, which responds to population demand, but also to tourism, with honesty, order and sustainability.
“In my administration we have made progress in giving legal responses to urban planning, so that growth is not only intelligent, but respectful of the environment, guaranteeing fundamental aspects for the population and our visitors, such as security, efficient mobility and quality services,” she pointed out.
AMPI Puerto Morelos will be headed by Ramón Grau Martínez, who thanked the municipal authorities for their support and said that his commitment is to give legal certainty to his clients in the acquisition of goods and to work with the municipality on the growth plan. becoming ambassadors to publicize the magic of the destination.
In Chetumal, Jaime Aguilar Cheluja was made head of AMPI Chetumal, highlighting the opportunities that are opening up for the region with the development of the Maya Train.
Aguilar Cheluja says the region will have two Maya Train stations, one for cargo and another for passengers, in addition to one of the four administrative office buildings of for entire railway project.
With the commitment to unite to transform with passion and service, the new leader of the real estate professionals mentioned that representatives of international firms with an interest in investing are beginning to arrive in the area and for this, AMPI is an ally, which will seek to incorporate more specialists to give certainty to those future opportunities.
In Cancun, Patricia Mora Vallejo was sworn in as the new AMPI Cancun leader.
Mora Vallejo recognized the support that municipal and state authorities have given them for which the real estate market and real estate professionals have been strengthened through registrations by the Secretariat of Sustainable Urban Territorial Development (Sedetus) and with the Law for the Provision of Real Estate Services.
She reiterated her commitment to continue with the development of Cancun and destinations in Quintana Roo, continuing with the registrations, the deliberations with the government and the State Congress to update the Law for the Provision of Real Estate Services, as well as with the program of ambassadors of investment and advances in digital platforms.
“Our commitment is to union integration, social action, transparency, professionalization, registration and inclusion, always prioritizing the safety of those who trust us with their heritage.
“AMPI Cancun has been an important promoter and active participant in the development of our society and we will continue working with passion and service,” said the new president.
Last week, Ignacio Lacunza Magaña said that at a national level, AMPI is working to regularize the 10,000 real estate agents in the state of Quintana Roo since most are not regularized.